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Nixon Peabody Boosts Its Equity Fund Practice View Count: 41

Nixon Peabody has announced the arrival of new partner Kari K. Harris.  Ms. Harris, who joins the firm from Ropes & Gray, comes to the firm’s private equity fund practice at its Boston office, says Franchise Law News.  Her focus is the representation of private investment funds in connection with their fundraising, as well as representing institutional investors in an advisory fashion.  She also has extensive experience in fund structuring.

Nixon Peabody is one of the largest general practice law firms in the country with 17 offices in the United States in addition to locations in London, Paris and Shanghai. The firm has more than 800 lawyers in 25 different areas of practice and clients including emerging and middle-market businesses, national and multinational corporations, financial institutions, public entities, educational and non profit organizations, and individuals. The firm was formed in 1999 by a merger of two firms: Nixon, Hargrave, Devans & Doyle LLP and Peabody & Brown.

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