November 24, 2020
NEW YORK, November 24, 2020: International law firm Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP announced today that it has elected 13 new partners, effective January 1, 2021.
“We are delighted to welcome this exceptionally talented group of lawyers to our partnership,” said Weil Executive Partner Barry Wolf. “Our new partners – who practice across five of our global offices and all of our departments: Corporate; Litigation; Restructuring; and Tax, Executive Compensation & Benefits – share our Firm’s unwavering commitment to collaboration and delivering sound advice to clients.”
The new partners are based in the Firm’s London, Munich, New York, Paris and Washington, D.C. offices.
The Firm also appointed 52 counsel, effective January 1, 2021. The counsel class includes individuals from all of the Firm’s four departments who are based across Weil’s offices in the United States, Europe and Asia.
The new partners are:
Guillaume Bonnard: Private Equity/M&A (Paris)
Barbra J. Broudy: Capital Markets (New York)
Vadim M. Brusser: Antitrust/Competition (Washington, D.C.)
Manuel-Peter Fringer: Private Equity (Munich)
Matthew Goren: Restructuring (New York)
Natasha S. Hwangpo: Restructuring (New York)
Marc Lordonnois: Private Equity (Paris)
Christopher Marks: Complex Commercial Litigation (London)
Jenna McBain: Private Equity (New York)
Alastair McVeigh: Banking & Finance (London)
Max Oppenheimer: Private Equity (London)
Amanda Rosenblum: Executive Compensation & Benefits (New York)
Alexander W. Welch: Restructuring (New York)
Founded in 1931, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP has been a preeminent provider of legal services for more than 80 years. With approximately 1,100 lawyers in offices on three continents, Weil has been a pioneer in establishing a geographic footprint that has allowed the Firm to partner with clients wherever they do business. The Firm’s four departments, Corporate, Litigation, Restructuring, and Tax, Executive Compensation & Benefits, and more than two dozen practice groups are consistently recognized as leaders in their respective fields.