Goodwin Procter Boosts Tech And Litigation Practices With Three New Partners From Big Law Rivals

Global 50 law firm Goodwin Procter has boosted its technology and litigation practices with three new partners from Big Law rivals. They join the firm in New York and Santa Monica.

On Thursday, Goodwin Procter announced it had hired former Foley Hoag partner Heather Miles and former special counsel at Cooley, Alexander Rea, who have both joined Goodwin’s technology practice in New York. Miles represents technology, healthcare and life sciences clients on corporate matters, while Rea represents private companies and their investors on matters including M&A and equity and debt financings.

Former Manatt, Phelps & Phillips partner Adrianne Marshack has joined Goodwin’s complex litigation and dispute resolution practice in Santa Monica. Marschack primarily focuses on complex commercial litigation and class action lawsuits, but also advises clients on employment issues, including wrongful termination and workplace discrimination. 

This year, Goodwin Procter has added seven technology partners in New York and 15 other offices around the world. The global 50 law firm has 1,600 lawyers across the United States, Europe, and Asia. 

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