Bingham Names New Boston Partner

The recent partner elections culminate a strong year for Bingham. In 2010, the firm expanded its key practices in global markets, most notably with the launch of a Frankfurt-based financial restructuring practice and the expansion of its Hong Kong office, specifically in the areas of structured transactions, investment management and financial restructuring.

"Bingham has experienced 15 years of consecutive growth," said Bingham Chairman Jay S. Zimmerman. "In continuing to advance our  successful strategy,  we have added 13 partners to the deep bench of talent across our signature practices."

The partnerships, effective Jan. 1, include lawyers from Bingham's offices on both U.S. coasts and in leading practices, including structured transactions, broker-dealer, antitrust, environmental, private equity, energy and project finance, institutional finance, investment management, and tax.

Brandon L. Bigelow - is a member of the Antitrust and Trade Regulation Group. He represents clients in a variety of complex commercial matters, including antitrust, consumer class action and securities litigation. He has appeared before state and federal courts as well as in arbitration proceedings, and has defended clients in government investigations. Bigelow also counsels clients on compliance issues involving state and federal competition laws. Before joining the firm, he clerked for Associate Justice Martha B. Sosman of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts. He is a 2001 graduate of Boston College Law School, magna cum laude, and is resident in Bingham's Boston office.