Weil Elects Nine New Partners And Nine New Counsel

Wednesday, December 18, 2013 - 10:15

International law firm Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP has announced that it has elected nine new partners and nine new counsel, effective January 1, 2014.

“I am very excited to introduce this diverse group of exceptional lawyers,” said firm executive partner Barry Wolf. “These individuals are based in nine of the firm’s 21 worldwide offices, and about half of our partner class is made up of women. They have wide-ranging experience across our four main departments of Corporate, Litigation, Business Finance and Restructuring, and Tax, Benefits, and Executive Compensation and will provide our clients with the legal excellence and top service that are a hallmark of Weil.”

The firm’s new partners are Hannah Field-Lowes, a member of the Complex Commercial Litigation practice based in London; Lukasz Gasinski, a member of the Corporate Department and Regulatory practice in Warsaw; Iwona Her, a member of the Corporate Department and Competition practice in Warsaw; Todd Larson, a member of the Intellectual Property/Media practice based in New York; Mark Lawford, a member of the Business Finance & Restructuring Department based in London; Stacy Nettleton, a member of the Securities Litigation practice based in New York; Mark Schwed, a member of the Tax, Benefits, and Executive Compensation Department based in New York; Sarah Stasny, a member of the Private Equity practice based in New York; and Jeff White, a member of the Antitrust/Competition practice based in Washington, DC.

The firm’s new counsel are Jason Comer, a member of the Real Estate practice based in Miami; Edouard de Lamy, a member of the Tax, Benefits, and Executive Compensation Department based in Paris; Elliot Ganchrow, a member of the Real Estate practice based in New York; Jason Lang, a member of the Patent Litigation practice based in Silicon Valley; Chris Lopez, a member of the Business Finance & Restructuring Department based in Houston; Matthew Morton, a member of the Corporate Department and Environmental Transactions practice based in Washington, DC; Ramona Nee, a member of the Corporate Department based in Boston;  David Singh, a member of the Complex Commercial Litigation practice based in New York and who will be relocating to Silicon Valley; and Oliver Walker, a member of the Tax, Benefits, and Executive Compensation Department based in London.