PITTSBURGH – Global law firm Reed Smith and Alloy 26, a co-working space owned and operated by Faros Properties, today announced a new partnership to provide weekly free legal support and quarterly programming on pertinent topics to the more than 100 companies that call Alloy 26 home.
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Reed Smith attorneys kicked-off the partnership Monday at the first quarterly meeting. Alloy 26 currently is home to a wide array of Pittsburgh companies, including technology startups, entrepreneurs, small businesses and freelancers in various professions and industries.

“As a leading co-working space in the city of Pittsburgh, Alloy 26 offers all the essential ingredients for a successful partnership,” said Reed Smith partner Matthew Mohn, a member of the firm’s Global Corporate Practice and leader of the firm’s Emerging Growth / Venture Capital practice in the U.S. “We approached Alloy 26 for a number of reasons, most notably its proximity to the firm’s office and prime location in Nova Place, which is a key hub of innovation since it is home to Innovation Works and Pittsburgh Technology Council."