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Stradley Ronon Elects Two to Partnership

January 04, 2018
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PHILADELPHIA – Stradley Ronon announced today that Mark R. Greer and Cillian M. Lynch have been elected to the firm’s partnership.

“Mark and Cillian have repeatedly shown themselves to be skilled, pragmatic lawyers who embody Stradley Ronon’s commitment to excellence and client service,” said Stradley Ronon Chairman William R. Sasso. “We are proud to welcome them to our partnership, and are excited about their contributions to the success of our clients and the firm for many years to come.”

Greer, based in the firm’s Chicago office, represents registered investment companies, independent board members and registered investment advisers on a broad range of regulatory and compliance matters that arise under U.S. federal securities laws, particularly the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933, the Commodity Exchange Act, and related rules and regulations. Greer received his J.D., cum laude, from Northwestern University School of Law, his M.S. from Northwestern University, and his B.S., summa cum laude, from Northwestern University.

Resident in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, Lynch advises investment companies, investment advisers and independent directors in connection with regulatory, compliance and transactional issues. He also counsels clients on fund restructurings, matters of corporate governance and exemptive applications to the SEC. Lynch received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, and his B.A. from Georgetown University.

About Stradley Ronon
Counseling clients since 1926, Stradley Ronon has helped private and public companies – from small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations – achieve their goals by providing pragmatic, value-driven legal counsel. With offices in eight strategic locations, our responsive team of more than 200 attorneys seamlessly addresses the full spectrum of our clients’ needs, ranging from sophisticated corporate transactions to complex commercial litigation.

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