Rossana Chu, a partner with Troutman Sanders, advised Greenheart Group Ltd. on its recent acquisition by Newforest Ltd., in a deal worth $108 million.
Many companies are eyeing investments and expansion in Latin America. Yet economic and political issues can vary greatly across countries, according to Cathleen McLaughlin, a partner with Paul Hastings’s Latin America and Project Finance practices.
Treazure Johnson, a litigation partner at McKenna Long & Aldridge, was part of the team that helped the National Stock Exchange secure a dismissal in federal lawsuits.
The best team builders are those who have a team-oriented mindset—they firmly believe that the team has real value and that the identified goals cannot be achieved through individual effort.
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As an Asian-American, she never expected to become the BMS GC, when only white men from Ivy League schools and prestigious NYC firms had held the role previously. Yet, the company looked to Sandra in its critical hour.