Cleary makes up six partners
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton has promoted six partners across its global network, down from last year’s figures when eight new partners were made up. The promotions bring the partnership to 199.
The promotions were made across the firm’s London Milan, Rome, Brussels, Paris and New York offices.
Cleary managing partner Mark Leddy said: “I am very pleased to introduce our new partners and counsel. They are excellent lawyers and colleagues. Their expertise spans many different practice areas and several geographic regions.
“The new class mirrors who we are as a firm and further enhances our ability to offer the best possible legal advice to our clients around the world.”
The details of the promotions are as follows:
Matteo Beretta, Milan and Rome, antitrust
Christopher Cook, Brussels, antitrust
Carlo de Vito Piscicelli, London and Milan, finance
Jonathan Kolodner, New York, criminal and regulatory law
Charles Masson, Paris, corporate
Paul Tiger, New York, corporate