22nd January 2016
MSI's New Jersey law firm member Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP is pleased to announce the appointment of two new partners and three new counsel at the firm.
Christopher J. Ledoux is a partner in our Roseland office. His practice emphasizes complex commercial litigation, business and shareholder disputes, general equity matters and the representation of automotive dealerships in matters related to franchise law.
Stephanie G. Reckord is a partner in our Woodbridge office. Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation in federal and state courts, and encompasses the representation of clients in matters related to banking, employment, family law, trusts & estates, class action defense, consumer fraud, and commercial real estate.
Senwan H. Akhtar is counsel in our Woodbridge office. She serves as outside general counsel on corporate matters and represents companies in private venture financings, employment agreements, distribution and licensing agreements, corporate governance matters, and the structuring purchase and sale of businesses.
Lisa J. Clapp is counsel in our Woodbridge office. She concentrates her practice in the area of employee benefits and executive compensation, including retirement and compensation arrangements, fiduciary responsibilities, plan qualification and administration issues and plan correction matters.
Jemi Goulian Lucey is counsel in our Woodbridge office. Her practice is focused on commercial litigation, including complex commercial litigation, professional negligence defense and the productive use of litigation technology to reduce litigation costs and increase efficiency.
Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP is recognized throughout New Jersey as one of its most respected and distinguished law firms.
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