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MoFo names new leaders for corporate and finance departments

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Morrison & Foerster (MoFo) has appointed new co-chairs to lead the firm’s Corporate and Finance Departments. 

Northern Virginia partner Thomas Knox will co-chair the Corporate Department with San Francisco partner Brandon Parris, and Washington, DC partner Nicholas Spiliotes will co-chair the Finance Department with New York partner Gary Lee. Knox and Spiliotes succeed Tokyo partners Randy Laxer and Dale Caldwell, respectively; both Laxer and Caldwell have served as department co-chairs since 2013.

“Randy and Dale did a tremendous job leading our corporate and finance practices. We’re fortunate to be able to capitalise on their experience,” says Morrison & Foerster chair Larren M Nashelsky. “Both Tom and Nick bring tremendous capabilities to leading these critical practice areas. Tom has served as co-chair of the firm’s Venture and Private Equity Group, and of our East Coast/Europe Corporate Group practice. He played a key role in the successful integration of our new Berlin office. Nick brings veteran management experience as a former department chair, firm-wide managing partner, and DC office managing partner.”

Morrison & Foerster’s Corporate Department lawyers are nationally and internationally known for M&A, securities, public company representation, private equity, energy, technology transactions, patents, and other areas vital to clients, from the Fortune 100 to emerging technology leaders. The firm’s Finance Department lawyers maintain a global reputation offering a broad range of services for financial institutions, investment banks, investors, and other clients in financial transactions, restructuring and insolvency, capital markets, investment management, financial services regulation, project finance, and real estate.

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