St. Louis, Oct. 1, 2015 – The international law firm Bryan Cave LLP (www.bryancave.com) has announced management changes to its Executive Committee, Client Service Groups and regional office management.
Keith Dunsmore (partner, Charlotte) and Gregory Worthy (partner, Atlanta) will join the Executive Committee. They replace Ken Henderson and Rick Miller, who have completed their terms. Dunsmore’s practice focuses on representing CMBS servicers in various types of transactions, including the purchase and sale of servicing rights, securitization transactions and loan-level transactions. Worthy concentrates his practice on public finance, corporate trust and general corporate law matters. He has a national finance practice and works on a variety of financings, including general obligation and revenue bond financings for various public purposes and exempt facility bond financings related to airport facilities, solid waste disposal facilities and multifamily housing; underwriter counsel services; and corporate trust and corporate note issues and default-related matters.
The membership of the Executive Committee for the coming year now consists of:
DENVER: Paul Lopach (partner, Denver) will serve as deputy office managing partner (OMP) in the Denver office. He will succeed Randy Miller as the OMP (effective Jan. 1). Miller has served as OMP since 2012. Lopach focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, product liability and negligence cases, and natural resource litigation.
IRVINE: Holly Lopez (partner, Irvine) will succeed Stuart Price as the OMP of the Irvine office. Price has served as OMP since 2011. Lopez’s practice is concentrated in real estate development and construction, project finance and lender representation. She has experience in a wide variety of real estate transactions, including purchase and sale transactions; commercial, industrial and retail leasing; and tax-free exchanges.
CHARLOTTE: Katie Schwarting (partner, Charlotte) will succeed Keith Dunsmore as the OMP of the Charlotte office. Dunsmore has served in that position since 2009. Schwarting’s practice is focused on securitization of commercial real estate assets, as well as general corporate finance matters.
NEW YORK: Steve Stimell (partner, New York) will succeed Vinny Alfieri as the OMP of the New York office. Alfieri has served as OMP since 2008. Stimell was co-leader of the Labor and Employment CSG. His practice consists of counseling clients and litigating disputes in complex commercial and employment-related matters, with particular emphasis in the hospitality and staffing industries.
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