Hogan Lovells Strengthens Financial Services and Securities Litigation Practices With William Regan
01 February 2016
NEW YORK, 1 February 2016 – William (Bill) Regan has joined Hogan Lovells’ New York office as partner in the Litigation and Arbitration practice group.
Regan represents banks, issuers, and senior executives in securities class actions and banking litigation matters. He also advises clients on regulatory matters, including investigations and enforcement proceedings brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
“Bill brings skills, energy, and experience that will contribute to the growth of our financial institutions and securities litigation offerings,” said Dennis Tracey, Head of Litigation for the Americas. “The addition of Bill to our practice is part of an ongoing growth trend in the demands of our global client base for strong US securities and financial services expertise.”
“New York is a key jurisdiction for our clients in the securities sector, and the addition of Bill highlights our investment in strong talent” said Oliver Armas, Managing Partner of the firm’s New York office. “He will help us serve non-U.S. firms that trade on U.S. exchanges which require local counsel in New York as well as their own jurisdictions.”
Regan earned his J.D. from the George Washington University Law School, and his B.A. from Hofstra University.