Charles Welch Tiedermann Elected To Holland Directors Committee

Thursday, May 1, 2008 - 01:00

Holland & Knight LLP has announced that Charles Welch Tiedemann, a real estate partner in the firm's Washington, DC, office, has been elected to its Directors Committee for a three-year term.

The Directors Committee, made up of 24 Holland & Knight partners located in offices throughout the country, is the policy-making body of the firm. The election occurred at the firm's annual conference, held recently in Orlando, FL.

Mr. Tiedemann is Holland & Knight's immediate past Real Estate Section Leader. He has more than 25 years of commercial real estate finance, development and leasing experience representing institutional clients. The complex transactions Mr. Tiedemann handles include acquisitions, sales, joint venture formations, construction, permanent and mezzanine loans, ground leases, re-capitalizations and sale-leasebacks. He also has extensive experience with workouts and foreclosures.

Holland & Knight has announced that John Rowley, partner in the firm's Northern Virginia and Washington, DC offices, has been named co-chair of the firm's national White Collar Defense Team. He will lead a team of more than 50 lawyers and professionals who are experienced in corporate compliance programs, internal investigations, anti-money laundering laws and compliance and white collar defense.

Mr. Rowley devotes a significant part of his practice to representing government contractors in procurement fraud investigations and False Claims Act cases. He also regularly represents companies in trade secret litigation and in cases involving the protection of intellectual property rights. Prior to joining Holland & Knight in 1997, Mr. Rowley was a federal prosecutor with the United States Attorney's Office in Alexandria, Virginia.

Holland & Knight LLP has announced that Bryan T.D. Jung has joined the Chicago office as a senior counsel in the Financial Services and Structured Finance and Securitization Practice Groups.

Mr. Jung focuses his practice primarily on structured and corporate finance transactions, including asset securitization, equipment leasing, and bank, finance company, and other institutional lending transactions.

Holland & Knight has announced that Brian Larkin has joined the firm's New York office as a senior counsel in the Real Estate Section.