Cameron Betterley focuses his practice on representing individuals and companies in the areas of real estate, commercial finance, and general business counseling.
As a transactional attorney, Cameron provides legal services for all aspects of sophisticated real estate transactions. He regularly represents local and national real estate developers and operators in the areas of real estate acquisitions, divestitures, and leasing, including the purchase, sale, and leasing of office buildings, hotels, mobile home communities, and multi-family residential communities, among others. He also has extensive experience advising clients (as both borrowers and lenders) with respect to the financing of real estate and real estate related assets, including mortgage loans, construction loans, structured and mezzanine loans, and revolving credit lines, as well as on all types of asset-backed financings. In his corporate practice, he advises closely-held and emerging businesses on all aspects of entity formation, mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures of assets and businesses. He enjoys guiding clients as they find new opportunities, solve complex problems, and build and grow their businesses.
Prior to Morgenstern DeVoesick, Cameron worked as an analyst in the contracts department of a publicly traded energy company in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, performing due diligence on company transactions and managing all aspects of oil and gas agreements, including purchase and sale agreements, farmout agreements, and assignments.
Cameron graduated from Albany Law School, where he served as Senior Editor of the Albany Government Law Review. During law school, he held positions at the New York Legislature and at the State’s largest lobbying firm. Before law school, Cameron graduated from SUNY Binghamton, where he served in the Student Advocate program, working on behalf of students accused of Student Conduct code violations.
Cameron lives in Pittsford with his wife and two children. He and his family enjoy exploring the Finger Lakes and spending time on Skaneateles Lake.