Goodwin Procter strengthened its technology practice with the addition of twelve lawyers – including seven partners – from rival firms in New York, Silicon Valley and Washington DC.
Goodwin recently enhanced his technology law practice with nearly 50 attorneys joining the firm this year and recruited four partners from Boston-based Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, as well as a team of four attorneys from the same firm. .
He also hired two partners from Jones Day and a former partner from Orricks and most recently from Latham & Watkins.
These decisions reflect Goodwin’s continued commitment to expand its technology practice in an environment of booming M&A activity in the industry. .
Commenting on Orrick’s hires, Anthony McCusker, Co-Chair of Goodwin’s Technology Practice, said: is a well-known leader in their respective practices.
He added, “We have always focused on serving the tech industry. As innovation continues to fuel the global economy and the market continues to evolve, we are recruiting the best lawyers to support our clients.
The move is expected to intensify continued developments in the legal technology industry as large law firms seek to expand their capabilities in this growing industry.
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