Reed Smith is opening a Miami office with an international arbitration practice picked up from Miami-based boutique firm Astigarraga Davis. The Astigarraga firm will be no more, but more than half of its lawyers will continue to work together at a new successor firm.

Astigarraga Davis co-founder Jose Astigarraga is taking a seven-lawyer international arbitration and litigation group to Reed Smith, and the Miami-based team will open the law firm’s 27th office worldwide. Astigarraga will join Reed Smith as a partner, as will his colleagues Edward Mullins and M. Cristina Cárdenas. The other former Astigarraga Davis lawyers moving to Reed Smith will join as counsel or associates.

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