Anne Pak '01: Ropes & Gray Elevates Ten Lawyers to Partnership

January 12, 2011

Anne Pak '01 has recently been promoted to the partnership at the law firm of Ropes & Gray LLP in New York.

Anne works in Ropes & Gray’s bankruptcy & business restructuring group, focusing on restructuring, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights and distressed loan trading. She regularly represents secured and unsecured creditors, debtor-in-possession lenders, private equity investors, bondholder and equity committees, administrative agents and indenture trustees in complex in-court and out-of-court restructurings throughout the U.S.

Anne’s biography can be found here: http://www.ropesgray.com/annepak/

 

 

Ropes & Gray is pleased to announce that 10 lawyers at the firm have been promoted to the partnership.

The new partners represent a range of practices, including private equity, finance, life sciences, intellectual property, bankruptcy & business restructuring and tax & benefits, and are located across the firm’s offices in Boston, New York, London, Hong Kong and Silicon Valley. The new partners are:

  • Tania Bedi, finance (London), practice focuses on international bank finance particularly leveraged buyouts, acquisition finance, telecom finance, bridge-to-bond financing and general banking and restructuring transactions.
  • Mark Bellomy, IP transactions (Boston), focuses on technology-based corporate transactions, including licensing, research and development collaborations, strategic commercial partnerships, M&A, information-technology outsourcing, joint ventures and technology transfers.
  • David Chun, IP litigation (New York), focuses on litigating intellectual property matters, including patent infringement and trade secret misappropriation, has participated in litigations involving a broad range of technologies, including semiconductor and flash memory, cellular telephones, digital signal processing for hearing aid devices, on-line gaming, hard disk drives, alternative fuels, software interfaces, medical devices, business methods and consumer products.
  • William Jewett, tax & benefits (Boston), advises clients on qualified and non-qualified employee benefits, executive compensation, Title I of ERISA, ERISA litigation, and a variety of transactional and investment-related matters.
  • Michael Kahn, IP litigation (New York), advises clients concerning patent infringement, validity and freedom-to-operate analyses and focuses on patent and trade secret litigation, litigation and advisory experience spans a variety of technologies, including medical devices, pharmaceuticals, consumer products and electrical, chemical, computer science and mechanical engineering.
  • Charles Larsen, IP transactions and rights management (Boston), focuses on international intellectual property transactions and strategies for medical device and other life sciences companies and their investors, including patent portfolio development, licensing and commercial transactions, M&A, due diligence, product clearance and strategic counseling.
  • Stephen Moeller-Sally, bankruptcy & business restructuring (Boston), regularly represents lenders, bondholders, creditors’ committees, indenture trustees, loan agents, hedge funds and private equity investors in bankruptcy proceedings and out-of-court restructurings throughout the U.S.
  • Anne Pak, bankruptcy & business restructuring (New York), focuses on restructuring, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights and distressed loan trading, regularly represents secured and unsecured creditors, debtor-in-possession lenders, private equity investors, bondholder and equity committees, administrative agents and indenture trustees in complex in-court and out-of-court restructurings throughout the U.S.
  • Brian Schwarzwalder, private equity transactions (Hong Kong), practice focuses on the representation of private equity and venture capital firms, investment banks and strategic investors in a broad range of cross-border business transactions, with an emphasis on private equity and merger and acquisition transactions involving Chinese businesses.
  • Lowell Segal, life sciences (Silicon Valley), focuses primarily on transactional work for life sciences companies, including technology licensing, collaborations, spin-outs, asset purchases, research and development projects, and supply, manufacturing, and
    distribution arrangements; also represents venture capital firms investing in life sciences companies.

The global law firm Ropes & Gray works with clients across a range of industries to address their legal challenges and help them achieve their business goals. With lawyers based in international centers of finance, technology and government, the firm is a recognized leader in private equity, M&A, finance, investment management, litigation, securities and other complex business litigation, government enforcement, health care, life sciences, intellectual property, and tax, among other practices. The firm has 1,000 attorneys and professionals around the world, including more than 500 lawyers in Boston, and offices in New York, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Chicago, London, Tokyo, and Hong Kong.