Weil Names 11 New Partners, 6 New Counsel

Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - 15:19

Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP has named eleven new partners and six new counsel effective January 1, 2012. These appointments span eight offices and four countries.

“These new partners and counsel are a true reflection of the global nature of our firm today,” said Weil’s Executive Partner Barry Wolf. “I want to congratulate each and every one of them for their outstanding efforts; they represent the future of Weil and we could not be more proud.”

New partners include: Yehudah Buchweitz, Complex Commercial Litigation, New York; Alexandre Duguay, Private Equity/Mergers & Acquisitions, Paris; Heather Emmel, Capital Markets, New York; Michael Kohl, Finance, Frankfurt; Eric Lyttle, Products Liability, Washington DC; Jamie Maples, International Arbitration, London; Sonal Mehta, Patent, Silicon Valley; Chayim Neubort, Tax, New York; Patrick O’Toole, Complex Commercial Litigation, Boston; Adrian Percer, Patent, Silicon Valley; and Heath Tarbert, Financial Regulatory, Washington DC.

New counsel include Fabienne Beuzit, Business Finance and Restructuring, Paris; Mark Fiore, Complex Commercial Litigation, New York; Christopher Gleason, Banking and Finance, Dallas; Ariel Kronman, Structured Finance, New York; Stuart Morrissy, Capital Markets, New York; and Roshelle Nagar, Banking and Finance, New York.