Law360 featured the recent promotions of Boston’s Christine McCay and New York’s Lisa Ruggiero as Office Managing Partners at Locke Lord, marking nearly half of the Firm’s offices now being run by women.
The article notes that McCay, who has been with Locke Lord for over two decades and serves as Co-Chair of the Firm’s Debt Finance Practice Group, represents financial institutions, including banks, investment funds and finance companies, as well as public and private companies, in debt financing transactions. Within these transactions, she handles syndicated senior credit facilities, second lien debt financings, distressed debt investments and high-yield bond issuances. She is also a member of the Firm’s Finance and Wellness Committees.
Ruggiero, who also serves as Managing Partner of the Firm’s Newark office, represents clients in consumer fraud and other putative class actions and manages the defense of mass tort actions and other personal injury cases often involving catastrophic injuries and deaths arising from allegations of professional negligence, product liability and toxic exposures. She serves as a member of the Firm’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
In addition, the article highlights Locke Lord’s naming of Austin’s Dave Foster, Houston’s Greg Heath, Providence’s Andrew Hughes and Boston’s Adrienne Walker as new members of the Firm’s Board of Directors.
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