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BuckleySandler Adds More Lawyers [post_view]

BuckleySandler, founded in March when two Skadden partners left the firm’s Washington DC office, has grown to 55 lawyers with the addition of two lawyers.

Stephen Ambrose Jr. joins from GE Capital, where he was general counsel of the consumer finance unit. He will be managing partner of the firm’s new New York office. He earned his JD at Fordham University Law School, where he served as Editor of the Fordham Law Review.

Robert Cook joins as of counsel from Countrywide Financial, where he was deputy general counsel. He was previously special counsel at the Federal Reserve Board.

BuckleySandler is headquartered in Washington DC, with offices in New York and Los Angeles. It represents clients in the financial services industry, such as banks, mortgage lenders, and credit card companies.

2 Responses to “BuckleySandler Adds More Lawyers”

  1. Anonymous says:

    It’s grown that much since MARCH?!!! Incredible. I wonder if the current economic crisis has contributed to their growth. (Their clients are from the financial services industry.)

  2. Anonymous says:

    From just 2 partners in March to 55 in June is quite a progress. If a law firm can grow like this, it must be a very lucrative business indeed.

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