Joyce Mazero

Co-Chair, Global Supply Network
Partner, Corporate
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4519 f 214.999.3519

Recognized, The Best Lawyers® in America
(Steven Naifeh & Gregory White Smith eds.,
Woodward/White, Inc.)

Recognized, The Best Lawyers in Dallas
(D Magazine)

Joyce Mazero Super Lawyers 2017

Joyce Mazero Top 50 Women Super Lawyers 2017

In her counsel to national and global clients in the areas of franchising, licensing, distribution, manufacturing, logistics, buying groups, cooperatives and shared services systems, Joyce Mazero provides transactional, regulatory and dispute resolution services. She is a corporate partner and co-chair of the Firm’s global supply network industry team.

Joyce works with product and serviced-based client companies and leads them through major initiatives. These include financings, mergers & acquisitions, registration and disclosures, and negotiations of strategic alliances, joint ventures, and domestic and international licensing, franchising, manufacturing and logistics deals. Joyce has been ranked in Band 1 for Franchising Nationwide by Chambers USA since 2008, and she is recognized by Chambers Global, which highlighted her "very strong sense of what it takes to drive a business" and "well-rounded viewpoint on transactions."

Managing risk in supply chain operations and leveraging supply chains for competitive advantages is a practice focus for Joyce. Her background includes extensive counsel related to distribution networks, purchasing cooperatives and buying groups, manufacturers, suppliers, logistics providers and out-sourced systems. Joyce also advises clients on structuring, negotiation and legal enforcement of international commercial relationships. Advising and structuring non-traditional development deals, such as with airports, military bases and universities, is an additional area in which she has significant experience.

Leadership in Corporate, Industry and Civic Groups

Joyce's professional leadership spans key national and international professional and civic associations. She currently sits on the Advisory Council of the National Restaurant Association‘s Supply Chain Group and is on the Board of the College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism for the University of North Texas. She served as a member of the boards of the International Franchise Association and its Educational Foundation; the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation and the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Advocacy Alliance. She serves as Chair Emeritus for the Women Corporate Directors' DFW Chapter, of which she is a founding member.

A frequent national speaker and writer, Joyce was an editorial advisor to the book Franchising for Dummies. She is the recipient of several leadership awards from the International Franchise Association, the Women’s Foodservice Forum and the Dallas Business Journal. Joyce has been nationally ranked in Band 1 by Chambers USA for Franchise Law; listed for more than 20 years by The Best Lawyers in America; and has become a "Legal Eagle" mainstay in the annual listing by Franchise Times, which inducted Joyce into its inaugural 2013 Legal Eagles Hall of Fame. 

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