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Morgan Lewis takes five structured finance partners from K&L Gates

'London is a key area of focus for our clients and our firm,' says Jami McKeon

24 August 2015

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International law firm Morgan Lewis has expanded its structured transactions practice in London with the appointment of a further two K&L Gates partners.

Structured finance partner Theresa Kradjian joins the firm this month, while corporate tax partner Paul Beausang will join the firm in October.

The news follows the appointment last month of structured finance partners Matthew Duncan, Julian A. Goodman and Paul J. Matthews from K&L Gates.

"It has been our experience that recruiting teams who have practiced together for many years is the most successful way to assist our clients with their increasingly sophisticated global needs," said structured transactions practice leader Reed Auerbach.

Prior to joining K&L Gates, Kradjian, Duncan, Matthews and Goodman had worked together on structured finance matters at Sidley Austin.

Their latest team move forms part of Morgan Lewis' "robust expansion" plans for its London office.

"London is a key area of focus for our clients and our firm," commented the firm's chair, Jami McKeon.

 

 

 

 

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