Greenberg Traurig has appointed London chair Paul Maher to global vice-chair, alongside Patricia Menéndez-Cambó and Richard Edlin. The trio of vice-chairs will be involved
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Greenberg Traurig has hired star corporate attorney Stephen J. Horvath III in its London office. Horvath joins the firm as a partner in the Corporate & Securities
Greenberg Traurig Maher LLP, the firm recently established in London by international law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, announced that Ewan Robertson will be joining the firm as a shareholder in its mergers and
Greenberg Traurig Maher has continued its hiring drive with the addition of former Mayer Brown IP head and London general counsel Stephen Gare and competition partner Stephen Tupper from Watson Farley & Williams.
Greenberg's rapidly growing City office headed by Paul Maher has snared capital markets partners Andrew Croxford and Andrew Caunt from White & Case. Earlier this month Greenberg Traurig Maher (GTM) hired White & Case
Greenberg Traurig Maher (GTM) has appointed former White & Case capital markets partner Tim Jeveons, the first lateral partner hire since GTM launched in London earlier this summer.
Finance lawyer Marshall Stoddard, co-chair of Mayer Brown's global finance practice, will leave the firm to become the US head of bank and institutional finance at Dewey & LeBoeuf. Stoddard's departure follows a
Mayer Brown is said to be in advanced talks with a group of around ten capital markets partners from White & Case and a leveraged finance team from Allen & Overy in London. The US firm recently lost its London-based
Denver-based international law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP announced that it is opening an office in London. The new office will be headed by Paul Maher, former co-vice chairman of Mayer Brown, who will be joined by
Mayer Brown’s co-vice-chair Paul Maher has officially resigned from the firm after announcing that he would be taking a leave of absence to consider his options. Paul Maher has officially resigned from Mayer Brown
Mayer Brown's Paul Maher has indicated that he will be taking a short sabbatical from the firm after having been approached regarding "several ... opportunities." Maher was recently not promoted in a restructuring of
Paul Maher, vice-chair of Mayer Brown, has been passed over for a new role as the firm's management structure is being reworked. The role of vice-chair has been abolished and Maher's co-vice-chair, Ken Geller, will be