Global law firm White & Case LLP announced today that Victoria Rosamond has rejoined its New York office as a partner in its Global Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) Practice and Employment, Compensation & Benefits (ECB) practice.
"Vicky is a talented lawyer with years of experience advising on ECB issues for large US and global companies," said John Reiss, Global Head of White & Case's Global M&A Practice. "We are delighted that she's returning to the Firm—everyone is very excited to work with her again."
"We are thrilled to welcome back Vicky, who immediately strengthens our ECB capabilities at a time when we see an increase in client demand for her unique skill set," said Henrik Patel, Global Head of White & Case's Employment, Compensation & Benefits practice. "She offers our clients, including board members and top executives, the highest level of service as they navigate through the complex executive compensation and employee benefits arena in connection with all manner of mergers, acquisitions, financings and corporate reorganization transactions as well as ongoing compensation-related public company disclosure obligations."
Rosamond is the latest addition to the Firm's Global M&A Practice, which continues to rapidly expand around the world. In 2019, 14 new M&A partners joined the Firm, namely: Matthew Hurlock, Andres Liivak and Hagai Zaifman in New York; Rodrigo Dominguez Sotomayor and William Parish in Houston; Tali Sealman in Silicon Valley; William Fong, Steven Sha, Paul Tang and Daniel Yeh in Hong Kong; Grace Fan-Delatour in Beijing, Murad Daghles in Düsseldorf; and Andrea Novarese and Maria Cristina Storchi in Milan. In addition, as of January 1, 2020, the Firm promoted 19 new partners in the Global M&A Practice.
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