Locke Lord’s Atlanta Office Adds Experienced Attorneys to its National Corporate and Transactional Department

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    (ATLANTA) April 18, 2012 — Locke Lord announces that the Atlanta office has added a new attorney to the Firm’s Corporate Practice Group, bringing significant experience to its transactional capabilities in the energy, technology and telecommunications industries. Atlanta attorney Alisha Fikes Gibson, will join Locke Lord’s Corporate and Transactional Department as an Associate with experience in a wide range of corporate transactional matters.

    Gibson was formerly with Seyfarth Shaw. Gibson has experience in mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, corporate formation and governance, joint ventures and strategic alliances and private equity transactions. She shares focuses in the telecommunications, technology and energy industries. Gibson is a summa cum laude graduate of The University of Alabama School of Law, where she was senior editor of the Alabama Law Review.

    Locke Lord LLP consistently ranks among American Lawyer’s top 100 U.S. law firms. The Firm’s full range of practice and industry areas serve national and international clients from offices in Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Hong Kong, Houston, London, Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York, Sacramento, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. It has an excellent reputation in complex litigation, regulatory and transactional work, with its 650-plus lawyers building collaborative relationships and crafting creative solutions – all designed and executed to meet clients’ long-term strategic goals.

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