Norton Rose Fulbright corporate partner relocates to New York

Press release - People September 17, 2019

Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright today announced that Chris Pearson, a corporate, M&A and securities partner, has relocated from its London office to New York.

Pearson represents clients in cross-border mergers and acquisitions, public company takeover offers, stock exchange transactions and securities offerings. He also advises on corporate governance and corporate advisory matters, joint ventures, company reconstructions and institutional investments.

Peter Martyr, Norton Rose Fulbright's Global Chief Executive, said:

"Chris augments our already world-class global corporate practice in New York. He will continue to work with our clients in Europe, the Middle East and Asia across a wide range of industries."

Pearson, who has practiced with Norton Rose Fulbright for more than 25 years, said:

"Our New York office is well positioned to advise clients on complex multijurisdictional transactions. I look forward to aiding in these efforts while supporting my longstanding clients around the world."

Pearson is admitted to practice law in England and Wales and is licensed to practice as a foreign legal consultant in the state of New York.