Nixon Peabody expands Albany litigation team

September 24, 2015

William Reynolds joins Commercial Litigation practice in NY state capital

Chief Communications Officer
Allison McClain

Albany, NY. William (Bill) Reynolds has joined Nixon Peabody’s commercial litigation practice as a partner in the firm’s Albany, NY, office. Most recently a partner with Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC in Albany, Bill previously served four years as a Massachusetts assistant attorney general.

“Our team is focused on knowing our clients and their industries and helping them successfully navigate the litigation and dispute resolution process,” said Joseph Ortego, co-leader of Nixon Peabody’s Commercial Litigation practice group and leader of NP Trial®. “Bill’s years of experience, both in public and private practice, give him a unique perspective that greatly benefits our clients as they deal with complex litigation matters.”

Bill advises clients in civil litigation in both federal and state trial and appellate courts. He represents Fortune 50 corporations and a variety of clients in the health care, medical device, financial services, energy, insurance and solid waste services fields in complex commercial disputes. He has also represented major governmental agencies and authorities in large, complex cases, both in New York and in Massachusetts. Also among his areas of practice are health care/FDA regulatory matters, intellectual property, antitrust, bankruptcy, appellate practice and e-discovery.

“Bill is a terrific lawyer with impressive credentials. He’s well known and highly respected in the Albany community. We are confident he will be a great fit for our clients and our team,” said Andrew Rose, managing partner of Nixon Peabody’s Albany office.

After earning his BA, magna cum laude, from Harvard University and his JD, cum laude, from Cornell, Bill clerked for justices of the Massachusetts Superior Court and the Honorable Christopher Armstrong of the Massachusetts Appeals Court. Bill then served as a staff attorney for the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.

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