International law firm Brown Rudnick LLP has announced the promotion of four of its lawyers to partner.
Anupreet Amole, Kenneth Aulet, Zachary D. Hyde, and Chelsea Mullarney joined the partnership at the beginning of February.
The distinct group of diverse attorneys will join four dominant practice groups including white collar crime, bankruptcy and corporate restructuring, intellectual property, and commercial litigation.
The newly promoted partners are based in the firm’s Boston, London and New York offices:
Anupreet Amole: White Collar Crime (London)
Amole advises companies and individuals on business crime and corporate compliance issues. He handles sensitive investigations in a range of multi-jurisdictional matters, focusing upon allegations of bribery and corruption, fraud, tax evasion, and money laundering.
Kenneth Aulet: Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring (New York)
Aulet focuses his practice on bankruptcy and bankruptcy litigation, including regularly representing official committees, ad hoc committees, and other parties in interest in complex Chapter 11 cases, SIPA proceedings, and associated litigation across a wide array of industries. He has extensive trial experience in contested bankruptcy matters, adversary proceedings, and other litigation.
Zachary D. Hyde: Intellectual Property (Boston)
Hyde counsels clients in pursuing commercially relevant intellectual property protection strategies. He has extensive experience securing patents in areas including life sciences, biotechnology, bioinformatics, pharmaceuticals, and semiconductor devices and optical systems.
Chelsea Mullarney: Commercial Litigation (New York)
Mullarney’s practice includes representing clients in all aspects of litigation and arbitration matters focusing on contract and business disputes, financial services, unfair competition, and complex commercial litigation. Her experience includes trials and appeals in state and federal courts and the American Arbitration Association and the representation of creditor committees and foreign liquidators in bankruptcy courts.
’We are very pleased to welcome these four attorneys to our firm’s partnership,’ commented Brown Rudnick chairman and CEO Joseph F. Ryan. ’Each of them exemplifies our firm’s strong dedication to professional excellence and will strengthen our ability to provide a high level of client service in key practice areas.’
’We are excited about this opportunity to continue to grow and develop our talent pool,’ said Bill Baldiga, managing director of the firm’s litigation & restructuring department. ’We have also had a successful year in attracting new lateral partners to the firm. We are committed to growing our firm in strategic ways, including through the development and addition of high-level talent in 2019 and beyond.’