Reilly joins Greenberg Traurig's Boston office
Thomas F. Reilly, after his unsuccessful stint at the polls will join Miami-based Greenberg Traurig
's Boston office. The former Massachusetts attorney general who's march to the governor's post on Democratic nomination ended in defeat will now wield his legal prowess as a partner at the firm. Reilly has wide experience as the state's former top prosecutor and will work on a wide range of client matters, including litigation and healthcare, environmental, and insurance issues, according to the firm.
A top-tier trial attorney, Reilly's entry in to the firm is met with high expectations. Describing him as a "significant asset" to the firm, Gary Greenberg, co-managing partner of the firm's Boston office said that Reilly's decades of experience over wide ranging areas will be a great boost to the firm's practice areas. A man of "unquestionable integrity", Reilly chose Greenberg Traurig because the firm would leverage his practice both on national and international arena.
The seventh-largest law firm
in the country, with about 1,600 lawyers in 29 offices across the continents, its Boston office started in 1999 with three lawyers from the law firm Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott and has nearly 80 attorneys now.
Bruce Mullins joins DLA Piper in Dubai
Bruce Mullins joined DLA Piper
's as a partner in the firm's Dubai office, till it opens a new office in Oman. Mullins will assume office as managing partner in the new office. Bruce earlier served Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP
as resident counsel and managing director of the firm's Muscat office. The firm hopes to invest heavily on Mullins' local privatization and infrastructure expertise to boost its new venture.
Bruce who's experience spans over a decade in the Middle East has developed extensive contacts in Oman. He has worked extensively with major ministries and officials of the Government of the Sultanate of Oman on various national and international deals. Mullins worked on privatisation and infrastructure development on several projects, including ports, shipping, LNG, tourism, and utilities such as electricity, water, environmental waste, and telecommunications.
DLA Piper's Dubai office which saw heavy investing last year, serves as the hub of its Middle Eastern practice. Earlier the firm hired Pinsent Masons partner Al-Harith Sinclair to head up its financial regulation practice in December.