Company creates legal jobs in Boston
Posted on March 26, 2013
A company is expanding aggressively and creating several new legal jobs in Boston.
The Boston office of international law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP has hired five new associates to work in the areas of Business Reorganization & Financial Restructuring, Corporate & Securities, Intellectual Property, and Litigation.
According to an article, Erin E. Hayes focuses her practice on litigation and white collar criminal defense matters. She represents businesses, financial institutions and individuals in state and federal court litigations, investigations, and government enforcement actions involving the federal securities laws, state blue sky laws, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the Investment Company Act and the Investment Advisers Act.
Jonathan Z. Lin focuses his practice on the strategic creation, protection, and transfer of intellectual property rights for high technology and life science clients. Prior to joining the firm, Lin was a technology specialist and associate with the Intellectual Property Practice of a Boston-based multidisciplinary firm.
Endicott (Kit) Peabody focuses his practice on representing commercial banks, other major lending institutions, private equity firms and public and private companies in structuring, documenting and negotiating secured, unsecured and multi-tranche financing transactions, real estate transactions, problem loan restructurings, loan workouts, bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings, and mergers and acquisitions.
Tatyana Rozenberg focuses her practice on corporate, securities and finance matters. Rozenberg represents private and public companies in the financial services, health care, technology and banking industries focusing on compliance, securities regulation, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital transactions, corporate governance and general corporate matters.
Fang Xie, Ph.D., focuses her practice on developing and maintaining clients’ intellectual property rights both in the U.S. and abroad. Her technical areas include synthetic biology, antibodies and biologics, cancer therapeutics, stem cells, pharmaceuticals, as well as medical devices. Fang also regularly counsels clients on licensing, research agreement, due diligence and freedom-to-operate matters.
“These associate hires add momentum to our efforts to grow the firm’s presence in Boston, which remains one of the most vibrant economies in the US,” said Terence P. McCourt, managing shareholder of Greenberg Traurig’s Boston office. “The breadth of experience, skills and diversity they offer reinforces our commitment to growth as well as to the Boston community. We welcome each of them to the Boston team.”