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?Mitri J. Najjar is a partner in the London office. He is admitted in both Washington D.C. and New York. He has 30 years of experience representing a wide variety of clients in numerous international transactions. Mr Najjar has resided and practiced law in Riyadh, New York City, Washington D.C., Dubai and London. He works extensively in the international commercial and banking areas, as well as on domestic securities matters and acquisitions. Mr. Najjar is ranked as a ‘foreign expert&rs...
Richard Page is a partner in the Corporate group with a broad range of corporate finance and transactional experience, including public and private mergers and acquisitions, private equity and joint ventures work. He acts for clients across a variety of industry sectors such as real estate/real estate private equity and TMT.
Bill Schnoor is a partner in and former co-chair of the firm’s Technology and Life Sciences groups. He works in all areas of corporate, securities and partnership laws, with a primary focus on advising high-growth technology and life sciences companies. He joined Goodwin in 2005, after a 21-year career with Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault, LLP, and quickly became co-chair of Goodwin’s technology and life sciences practices. Under his leadership the Technology and Life Sciences grou...
William Yonge has more than 20 years’ experience advising global clients on regulation and related commercial issues arising in the financial services, investment management, securities, and derivatives sectors. Clients include asset managers across a wide range of asset classes and their funds, broker-dealers, corporate financiers, fintech and payment services firms, institutional investors, and market associations. Prior to entering private practice, he served as an in-house lawyer at...
Harriet Hainsworth is a senior associate in the Corporate & Securities practice of the London office. She joined Mayer Brown in 2012 as a trainee and undertakes a broad range of corporate transactions with a focus on equity capital markets, public and private M&A and corporate governance.
Emma Sturt is a senior associate in the Banking & Finance practice of the London office. She joined Mayer Brown in 2014 as a trainee and spent six months on secondment to Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. during her training contract. Following one year of qualification Emma spent a further six months on secondment with the Real Estate Finance desk at Citibank N.A. Emma has experience acting for banks, financial institutions and a variety of borrowing entities on a broad range of domestic, European ...
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