Nixon Peabody attorneys promoted to counsel



August 04, 2017

Chief Communications Officer
Allison McClain
amcclain@nixonpeabody.com
617-345-1128

Boston, MA. Nixon Peabody is excited to announce the promotion of three of our attorneys to counsel: Matthew Frankel, Matthew Goedert, and Jinho Alex Yim.

“These talented attorneys bring diverse backgrounds and experiences to best prepare our clients for what’s ahead for their businesses,” said Stacie Collier, head of Nixon Peabody’s Professional Personnel Committee. “Matt, Matthew and Alex are valued members of our team and dedicated to delivering extraordinary client service and experiences every day.”

Matthew Frankel (Labor and Employment, Boston) represents businesses in federal and state court litigation and before administrative agencies in connection with labor and employment matters, Fair Credit Reporting Act claims and class actions, ERISA claims, trade secret and non-competition cases and commercial disputes. Matt’s practice is bi-coastal. He started his career in Nixon Peabody’s Providence office, and spent several years in the firm’s San Francisco office before relocating to the East Coast.

Matthew Goedert (Labor and Employment, San Francisco) has been advising companies for over a decade on ERISA and employee benefits matters, with an emphasis on employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs). He has significant experience with the design and implementation of qualified contribution plans and advising fiduciaries on their responsibilities under ERISA, including governance issues, participant communications and administration of employee benefit plans.

Jinho Alex Yim (Global Finance, New York City) has extensive experience with domestic and cross-border financing matters, including acquisition financings, public-private partnership (P3) transactions and cash-flow and asset-based financings. Alex has advised clients in a variety of industries, including transportation, infrastructure, manufacturing, telecommunications and professional sports. Alex also represents Asian financial institutions and companies on corporate and other transactional matters.

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