Michael H. Davis, Ashley M. Farrell Picketand Daniela G. Zilberstein, shareholders of the global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, have been included in the list of rising stars of Law360 for 2022. Three attorneys were among the 176 attorneys recognized from 1,350 applications in 36 practices. The list includes lawyers under the age of 40, “whose legal achievements exceed their age,” the newspaper said.
NEW YORK, May 31, 2022 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Michael H. Davis, Ashley M. Farrell Picketand Daniela G. Zilbersteinshareholders of the global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, have been named in Law360’s List of rising stars for 2022. Three attorneys were among 176 attorneys recognized from 1,350 applications in 36 practices. The list includes lawyers under the age of 40, “whose legal achievements exceed their age,” the newspaper said.
Davis, a shareholder in the company Los Angeles office, has been named the Rising Star of Real Estate. He has represented clients in hundreds of deals with a total value of more $ 15 billion. In just the first few months of 2022, he advised customers on transactions with a total cost exceeding $ 1.4 billion. Davis is co-chair of the Los Angeles Real Estate Practice. Operating in a dynamic and rapidly changing real estate climate, a constant variable in all Davis projects is their impact on neighborhoods and cities, providing new economic opportunities for investors and members of these communities.
Farrell Pickett, a shareholder in the company Los Angeles office and a member of the firm’s Work and Employment Practice, has been named a rising star of employment. It maintains a track record of bet-the-company skillful advocacy for high-profile corporations in complex employment classes and representative courts in both state and federal courts. Farrell Pickett has a proven history of finding and developing arguments that others have missed, and, if necessary, amending the law through significant appeals from federal districts in cases ranging from pay and hours to constitutional rights such as privacy and freedom words. During her nascent career so far she has had four cases up to the Ninth District. Trout Picket is also able to advise employers on a variety of issues to ensure compliance and avoid potentially costly litigation before they may arise.
Zilberstein, shareholder in Corporate Practice Miami the office has been named a rising star of mergers and acquisitions (M&A). She has achieved an impressive record by managing or jointly managing nearly 20 transactions totaling close to $ 24 billion at a cost of less than two years. Zilberstein’s arrival at the firm in mid-2020 coincided with the 2021 acquisition of special purpose vehicles (SPAC). Since then, she has led several multibillion-dollar business associations with SPAC, leveraging her extensive experience working with both public and private M&A transactions and the ability to navigate complex corporate, tax, and legal structures.
In addition to their robust legal practice, Davis, Farrell Pickett and Zilberstein focus on returning to their communities and are actively involved in initiatives that promote diversity in the firm.
As a hiring partner for Los Angeles an office and co-chair of his summer associate program, Davis serves as a role model and teacher, especially for other young black lawyers and law students. He hopes to ensure that the pipeline to the legal industry pushes the needle to diversity, fairness and inclusion. In the local community, Davis represented a pro bono charter school in its acquisition and development Los Angeles campus and church in South Los Angeles in a joint venture and rental issues related to an affordable housing project on church property.
For more than a decade, Farrell Pickett has been an active advocate for Covenant House, a nonprofit organization that provides shelter and support for homeless youth and youth victims of human trafficking, many of whom are elderly out of care. She is a member of the governing board as a consultant and provides employment law services. In addition, Farrell Pickett mentors partners in the firm, assigning projects to both the California Labor and Employment Service and to litigation practitioners in Los Angeles, as well as providing a balanced number of cases.
Zilberstein co-chair Miami the Women’s Initiative Office, which is dedicated to professional growth Miami lawyers in Greenberg Traurig and is part of the Global Women’s Initiative. She is also a member Miami Joint Women’s Executive Committee, which directs donations to local charities. Previously, Zilberstein conducted negotiations on mergers and acquisitions as an adjunct professor at Tulein Law School.
About Greenberg Traurig: Greenberg Traurig, LLP has more than 2,400 attorneys in 43 locations in USA, Europe, Latin America, Asiaand the Middle East. The firm, often recognized for its focus on charitable donations, innovation, diversity and freebies, reported gross revenue of more than $ 2 billion for fiscal year 2021. The firm is consistently among the leading companies in the Am Law 100, Am Law Global 100, NLJ 250 and Law360 (USA) 400. In the debut leaderboard Law360 Pulse 2022, it is among the top 15 firms. Greenberg Traurig is certified by Mansfield 4.0 Plus from The Diversity Lab and is pure carbon neutral with respect to office energy use. Internet: http://www.gtlaw.com.
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