Nixon Peabody senior strategic policy advisor Thomas Reynolds, a former U.S. Congressman from New York, has been appointed head of the firm’s government relations and public policy practice, the Rochester Business Journal reports.
Reynolds joined Nixon Peabody in 2009 after serving five terms in the state Assembly and an additional five terms in Congress. He replaces Richard Goldstein as the firm’s government relations practice head.
Reynolds told the Business Journal “we are in the midst of an evolving legislative and regulatory landscape. New policies are constantly being considered and adopted by our federal and state governments, creating both opportunities and challenges for our clients.”
According to Reynolds’ bio on the Nixon Peabody Web site, he advises clients on a wide range of legislative and regulatory policies that include international trade, health care, energy and tax.
Nixon Peabody has approximately 700 attorneys in 17 cities, including Boston, Chicago, London, Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Rochester, San Francisco, Shanghai, Silicon Valley, and Washington, DC.