Goldman Ismail is pleased to announce that Sarah Reynolds has joined as managing partner. Ms. Reynolds joins from Mayer Brown LLP’s International Arbitration Practice. She received her JD from the University of Chicago. She represents technology and pharma companies before domestic and international arbitral bodies. Sarah is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and has completed the Center for Conflict Resolution’s Mediation Training Program.
Les Schiefelbein, international arbitrator and mediator, and CEO of the Silicon Valley Arbitration & Mediation Center stated, “Sarah’s undoubted excellence in the technology sector, both as a litigation and arbitration counsel, makes her a perfect fit for Goldman Ismail.” Continued Schiefelbein, “Sarah is an impressive participant in the international arbitration community– she is smart, tenacious and a pleasure to work with, and her ability to manage and effectively coordinate the diverse range of business personnel, lawyers and other members of the global ADR community makes Sarah a top choice as counsel or arbitrator on complex commercial matters.”
Goldman Ismail founding partner, Tarek Ismail, added “we are thrilled to have Sarah join the firm as managing partner. This is an exciting time of growth for the firm. We undertook a search for more than a year to find the right person to help lead Goldman Ismail in the future and we identified Sarah as the ideal person for the role. Her experience in complex litigation within the pharmaceutical and technology sectors aligns closely with the firm’s practice while Sarah also will be a dynamic and visionary leader of our growing firm.”
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