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Boston’s Brown Rudnick Berlack Israels has announced the election of nine attorneys to partnership. In Boston, Andreas P. Andromalos practices in the firm’s commercial finance group. He has structured and documented a number of large syndicated financings for a variety of financial institutions, restructured a significant amount of distressed debt and counseled clients on a variety of workout related issues. David A. Bright is a real estate attorney representing national developers, investors, retailers and financial institutions in connection with acquisitions and dispositions, zoning and land use matters, development and permitting processes and financings. He is based in the Boston office. Jeremy B. Coffey practices in the bankruptcy corporate restructuring group in Boston. He has experience representing a range of creditors committees, equity committees, debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, asset acquirers and trustees. Jessica H. Collins is a member of the firm’s corporate securities department in Boston. She represents publicly traded corporations and domestic and international emerging growth companies. Lisa M. Kresge is a member of the firm’s bankruptcy corporate restructuring group in Boston whose practice involves all aspects of the bankruptcy and post-bankruptcy process, including claim objections, plan confirmation disputes, cash collateral and debtor-in-possession financing proposals, and fraudulent transfer and preference litigation. In Hartford, Conn., Michael E. Kozlik practices in the areas of energy, public utility, environmental and administrative law. James Shaw, who is based in the firm’s London office, practices in corporate finance, advising technology companies and venture/development capital investors on their funding rounds, “buy and build” programs and exit strategies. Adrian Yeandle, who is also in London, practices in corporate finance, advising clients on a range of corporate and corporate finance matters, including mergers and acquisitions, equity issues, joint ventures and corporate reorganizations. In New York, Steven B. Smith concentrates on corporate restructuring and creditors’ rights. He has experience representing official committees, hedge funds, asset and claims purchasers, tort and trade claimants and other parties in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. Brown Rudnick has more than 200 attorneys in seven offices.

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