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Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge has added five former Nixon Peabody attorneys to its New York office. Alphonso E. Tindall, Jr., and Todd J. Peterson join as partners; Deborah H. Henry as counsel; and James Hughes and Gary Anderson as associates. “The firm’s strategic growth plan includes an increased presence in New York,” explained Terrence M. Finn, co-managing partner of the Boston-based firm. Tindall and Peterson will work with existing partners to establish an emerging markets practice group under the business law/cross border practice. Tindall, co-chair of the cross border practice group, has experience in emerging markets work and state and states authority level issues. He has also drafted public finance legislation in a number of states and has represented major investment banks in the United States as underwriter’s counsel. Prior to Nixon Peabody, Tindall was a managing shareholder and co-chairman of the public finance department of Greenberg Traurig Hoffman Lipoff Rosen & Quentel. Peterson, a partner in the private equity and venture capital practice group, will focus on forming private equity funds, primarily directed at emerging markets transactions, and several cross-border joint ventures and various infrastructure projects. Henry joins the firm as counsel in the public finance department. Henry has served as bond counsel, underwriter’s counsel, borrower’s counsel, and special counsel on various tax-exempt financings. In addition, she has represented both domestic and foreign commercial banks that provide liquidity facilities in support of tax-exempt and taxable municipal securities. Hughes and Anderson both come to the firm with experience in documentation and negotiation of international, domestic and cross border private equity and investment fund transactions, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions transactions as well as cross-border transactions and financings, respectively.

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