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NEW YORK – Global law firm Reed Smith today announced that Peter Emmi has joined the firm as a partner in the Global Corporate Group in New York. Emmi has extensive experience representing clients with transactional matters in diverse industries, including internet technology, FinTech, blockchain, InsurTech, healthcare, medical device, biotechnology, media, virtual reality and solar technology.
Washington, D.C. – Reed Smith today announced that antitrust lawyer Jennifer Driscoll has joined as counsel in the Antitrust and Competition team as part of Reed Smith’s Global Regulatory Enforcement Group in the Washington, D.C. office. With nearly two decades of experience at international law firms, including stints in New York, Paris, and London, Ms. Driscoll is also active in the ABA Section of Antitrust Law and a member of its International Cartel Task Force. She was formerly the Vice Chair of the ABA’s section of International Law and Chair of the Section's 2010 Fall Forum. She has spoken and written frequently on legal issues arising from international cartels and unilateral conduct.
HOUSTON – Global law firm Reed Smith has made a significant addition to its finance practice, appointing J. Eric Holland to partner in its Financial Industry Group in Houston. Eric joins from Bracewell, and will play a key role in the growth of Reed Smith’s lending and energy finance capabilities.
LOS ANGELES – Global law firm Reed Smith today announced the arrival of Julia Zhu-Morelli as a partner in the Global Corporate Group in Los Angeles. Previously a partner with Squire Patton Boggs, Zhu-Morelli brings extensive experience in transactional matters with Chinese and U.S. companies across a wide range of industries.
Commercial disputes lawyer Mahmoud Awad and senior consultant Waseem Khokhar join Reed Smith, bolstering firm’s Middle East presence
DUBAI – In a move that reflects the firm’s continued investment into the Middle East, global law firm Reed Smith today announced that Mahmoud Awad will be joining the firm as a partner in its Commercial Disputes (EME) Group. Mahmoud will be based in the firm’s Dubai and Abu Dhabi offices.