Norton Rose Fulbright announces 53 lawyer promotions globally

Press release - Business January 7, 2020

Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright today announced the promotion of 53 lawyers worldwide to partner and director (in South Africa), effective January 1, 2020.

The promotions span 11 of Norton Rose Fulbright's global practice groups: banking and finance (12); dispute resolution and litigation (12); corporate, M&A and securities (10); intellectual property (4); projects (4); tax (3); antitrust and competition (2); bankruptcy, financial restructuring and insolvency (2); real estate (2); employment and labor (1); and regulation and investigations (1).

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

"I would like to congratulate this group of impressive lawyers on their promotions. Practicing from 22 cities around the world, I am confident that our new partners and directors will leverage the power of our geographical platform and collaborate closely with each other to provide exceptional client service both locally and globally."

Female lawyers account for 42 percent of the promotions globally (22 out of 53).

Promotion details, including name, practice and location, can be found below.

Australia

  • Ka-Chi Cheung (corporate, M&A and securities, Melbourne)
  • Helen Macpherson (intellectual property, Sydney)
  • Deanne Ogilvie (real estate, Sydney)
  • Jonathon Turner (bankruptcy, financial restructuring and insolvency, Sydney)
  • Bernie Walrut (bankruptcy, financial restructuring and insolvency, Sydney)

Canada

  • Maya Angenot (dispute resolution and litigation, Montreal)
  • Alison Babbitt (banking and finance, Ottawa)
  • Thomas Collopy (corporate, M&A and securities, Calgary)
  • Catherine Daigle (intellectual property, Montreal)
  • Carole Diop (intellectual property, Montreal)
  • Vincent Filiatrault (corporate, M&A and securities, Montreal)
  • Michèle Friel (banking and finance, Montreal)
  • Jenya Hammond (projects, Vancouver)
  • Christopher Horte (banking and finance, Vancouver)
  • Éric Lallier (employment and labor, Montreal)
  • Andrew McCoomb (dispute resolution and litigation, Toronto)
  • Kelly Moffet-Burima (dispute resolution and litigation, Calgary)
  • Stephen Nattrass (dispute resolution and litigation, Ottawa)
  • Trevor Zeyl (corporate, M&A and securities, Toronto)

Europe, Middle East and Asia

  • Constanze Bandilla-Dany (dispute resolution and litigation, Hamburg)
  • Janelene Chen (banking and finance, Singapore)
  • Luigi Costa (banking and finance, Milan)
  • Daniel Cowdy (banking and finance, London)
  • Alexandra Dunn (banking and finance, London)
  • Bernhard Fiedler (banking and finance, Frankfurt)
  • Sue Ann Gan (banking and finance, Singapore)
  • Daniel Giemajner (banking and finance, London)
  • Richard Green (banking and finance, London)
  • Jurriaan Jansen (corporate, M&A and securities, Amsterdam)
  • Christopher McCarthy (corporate, M&A and securities, London)
  • Shane O'Reilly (pensions, London)
  • Torsten Sauer (corporate, M&A and securities, Luxembourg)
  • Tim Schaper (antitrust and competition, Hamburg)
  • Matthew Thorn (banking and finance, London)
  • Charlie Weston-Simons (dispute resolution and litigation, London)

South Africa*

  • Candice Gibson (tax, Johannesburg)
  • Raghemah Hendricks (projects, Johannesburg)
  • Yolanda Mackay (dispute resolution and litigation, Johannesburg)
  • Sentebale Makara (dispute resolution and litigation, Johannesburg)
  • Chloë Merrington (real estate, Cape Town)

United States

  • Kim Caine (regulation and investigations, Washington, DC)
  • Stephanie DeBrow (intellectual property, Austin)
  • Caileen Kateri Gamache (projects, Washington, DC)
  • John Herring (dispute resolution and litigation, Dallas)
  • Luke Maher (dispute resolution and litigation, St. Louis)
  • Purvi Maniar (corporate, M&A and securities, St. Louis and New York)
  • Trevor Pinkerton (corporate, M&A and securities, Houston)
  • Rachel Roosth (dispute resolution and litigation, Houston)
  • Henry Stark (corporate, M&A and securities, Dallas)
  • Gerald Stein (antitrust and competition, New York and Washington, DC)
  • Richard Susalka (projects, New York)
  • Peter Tipps (dispute resolution and litigation, Houston)
  • Richard Wright (tax, New York)

 

*Lawyers in South Africa were promoted to directors