Clark Hill Attorney Mary Rose Brusewitz selected for Latin America’s Top 100 Female Lawyers 2018
New York, NY – Clark Hill Attorney Mary Rose Brusewitz was selected for Latin America’s Top 100 Female Lawyers for 2018. In order to receive this accomplishment Latinvex, Latin America Business News & Analysis, reviewed many factors including track records on major deals and business, notability of firm in Latin America and ranking by third parties.
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Mary Rose Brusewitz is the Member in Charge of the firm's New York office. She concentrates her legal practice on international transactions with an emphasis on working with Latin American companies as well as U.S., European, and Asian entities doing business in Latin America and elsewhere. A transactional attorney for over 30 years, Mary Rose has developed expertise in many areas, including evaluating legal and regulatory systems, understanding business and legal practices from cross-border and multicultural perspectives, adapting transaction structures and documentation to the realities of many countries and understanding the impact of legal and financial systems on risk analysis and structuring.
Clark Hill is a multidisciplinary, national law firm that draws on our attorneys’ industry and policy knowledge, our deeply held shared values, and a global network of premier firms and advisors to provide innovative legal solutions and client-service excellence worldwide.
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