FisherBroyles, LLP, the first and world’s largest distributed law firm partnership, is pleased to announce the addition of Rebecca Rettig as a partner in the firm’s New York office. Ms. Rettig is a partner in the firm’s Litigation department, as well as a member of the Fintech and Blockchain practice group.
Ms. Rettig is the latest attorney to join FisherBroyles from Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP, where she practiced for more than eight years. She joins a deep bench of partners at the firm who previously practiced at Am Law 100 firms.
“We are thrilled to welcome Rebecca to FisherBroyles and look forward to our clients benefitting from both her litigation expertise and her unique experience in the fintech and blockchain space,” said FisherBroyles Global Corporate Managing Partner Michael Pierson. “Our firm’s Fintech and Blockchain practice group continues to attract top talent as it further enhances its stature as a ‘go-to’ team for clients funding, developing, marketing, operating or investing in this emerging space.”
FisherBroyles’ Fintech and Blockchain practice group includes partners who previously practiced at Cravath, Wilmer Hale, Morgan Lewis, Sheppard Mullin, Sidley Austin, Baker & McKenzie, and Wilson Sonsini, as well as at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, and other premier investment banks.
“I am thrilled to join so many highly skilled attorneys who have brought their industry leading experiences at some of the top companies and law firms to FisherBroyles,” Ms. Rettig said. “My clients will benefit from a superb, full-service platform and from the broad and diverse practice areas FisherBroyles offers to its clients.”
Ms. Rettig’s litigation practice involves a broad range of matters, including securities, shareholder derivative, general commercial, contract disputes, copyright and trademark disputes, employment disputes, insurance coverage, and auditor and accountant liability. She has served as trial counsel in cases and arbitrations around the country, and has represented Fortune 100 companies, large financial institutions, major airlines, pharmaceutical companies, technology companies, private equity funds, and hedge funds, as well as startups and emerging companies.
In the blockchain and cryptocurrency space, Ms. Rettig represents and advises clients in matters relating to U.S. regulations, intellectual property, trade secrets and contracts, as well as offering and trading practices. Her work in this area also involves litigation, arbitration, and other forms of dispute resolution. Ms. Rettig is a frequent speaker on legal and regulatory matters relating to blockchain and cryptocurrency.
Recognized this year by Crain’s New York Business as one of the top 100 women lawyers in New York City, Ms. Rettig received her J.D. from Columbia Law School, her Master of Science from the London School of Economics, and her Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University.
About FisherBroyles, LLP
Founded in 2002, FisherBroyles, LLP is the first and world’s largest distributed law firm partnership. The Next Generation Law Firm® has grown to over 225 attorneys in 22 offices nationwide. The FisherBroyles’ efficient and cost-effective Law Firm 2.0® model leverages talent and technology instead of unnecessary overhead that does not add value to our clients, all without sacrificing BigLaw quality. Visit our website at www.fisherbroyles.com to learn more about our firm’s unique approach and how we can best meet your legal needs.