DLA Piper has announced a new round of promotions in Luxembourg, appointing four lawyers to senior associate.
These promotions, effective 1 May 2021, follow the firm’s latest announcement of the promotion of Corporate lawyer Caroline Pimpaud to DLA Piper’s global partnership.
The newly promoted lawyers are:
• Emre Akan (senior associate, Tax)
• Bahya Bouharati (senior associate, Corporate)
• Jordan Reinert (senior associate, Corporate)
• Yann Zellet (senior associate, Finance and Projects)
DLA Piper’s Country Managing Partner in Luxembourg, Catherine Pogorzelski, commented: “I would like to congratulate Emre, Bahya, Jordan and Yann on their promotions and thank them for their hard work and dedication.
All of them have outstanding expertise in their respective fields to provide our clients with the highest standard of advice.
These promotions represents our commitment to nurturing and growing our talent pipeline, as well as building a diverse and inclusive team which we believe is key to creating long-lasting value for our clients.”
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