See by:open filter
Matt is a Marine Corps veteran with hundreds of hours of courtroom experience; his litigation practice focuses on securities litigation, financial regulatory enforcement actions, internal investigations, and white collar criminal defense.
Before joining Orrick, Matt litigated dozens of criminal cases as a Marine Corps prosecutor, worked as a staff member to a U.S. Senator, served as a legal advisor in a combat zone and served as agency counsel to defend the Department of the Navy in high-profile civil matters.
He has an LL.M. with a concentration in business and financial regulation. He teaches as an adjunct professor in American University Washington College of Law’s nationally recognized trial advocacy program, and has numerous scholarly publications relating to anti-corruption, white collar crime, and corporate governance and compliance.
Before attending law school and joining the Marine Corps, Matt was a professional musician, and has performed with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra.
Inspired by the passion, energy and creativity of founders, Aubrey enjoys advising companies throughout their lifecycle as part of Orrick's Technology Companies Group. She has counseled hundreds of companies and investors at all stages and sizes, from throughout the United States as well as Europe.
Aubrey has advised hundreds of companies in various industries on a range of general corporate matters, guided companies and private equity firms through mergers and acquisitions and managed contracts for a large public company. She focuses on counseling technology companies on various corporate matters and advising companies and investors in early to later stage financings.
Aubrey is also especially interested furthering women entrepreneurs in the technology industry, as well as working with local animal organizations.
Aubrey lives in Menlo Park, California with her husband, two daughters and two dogs.
Andrew is a managing associate in Orrick's Technology Companies Group. He works with tech companies from formation through equity and convertible debt financings and general corporate matters all the way through to exit. And particularly enjoys partnering with new and exciting companies to help them bring their visions to reality.
Andrew advises tech companies on a wide variety of matters, including angel and venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and securities matters.
Cécile Renaud is a corporate lawyer admitted as an Avocat at the Paris Bar and as a Solicitor of England and Wales
Cécile’s practice covers mergers and acquisitions, private equity, restructuring operations and corporate-related issues.
Her work includes advising investment funds, groups and companies in several industry sectors, including renewables.
Cécile has notably acquired experience in advising on the acquisition and disposal, by French or foreign investors, of French companies active in the sector of the renewable energies (solar and wind) and on group restructuring. She has also gained international experience, particularly on cross-border transactions involving the carve-out and disposal of multi-jurisdictional activities.
Dr. Stefan Renner, a Partner in Orrick's Düsseldorf office, is a member of the European Corporate Group. Stefan's practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, including private equity and venture capital, as well as corporate restructuring.
He also regularly advises on general civil and commercial law matters including litigation. In addition, Stefan is experienced in real estate transactions.
Before joining Orrick in 2009, Stefan worked as an associate with Bird & Bird LLP in Frankfurt and was an associate in the Frankfurt office of Hölters & Elsing.
Christopher Reynolds is a senior associate in the Portland office and a member of the Technology Companies Group. His practice focuses on private high growth technology companies in entity formation, venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate matters.
Christine Reynolds is a partner in the Public Finance Department. She has broad experience as bond counsel, disclosure counsel, underwriter’s counsel and borrower’s counsel across a wide range of public finance sectors.
Christine’s expertise includes various general obligation and revenue bond financings, including those relating to transportation, education, healthcare, water and wastewater, urban renewal, public power and other infrastructure financings.
She has extensive knowledge and experience with disclosure requirements for municipal issuers under federal securities laws, including both initial and continuing disclosure issues, material events disclosure, public offerings, private placements and other matters.
Christine is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars given by trade and professional organizations within the municipal finance industry.
Yekaterina (Katie) Reyzis is a lawyer in Orrick’s San Francisco office, where she is a member of the Employment Group.
Yekaterina is a contributor to the Orrick Trade Secrets Watch blog and the Employment Law & Litigation blog.
Rob Reznick is a Senior Counsel in the firm’s Complex Litigation & Dispute Resolution group, focusing on the defense of industry-wide federal and state statutory claims brought against parties in multiple jurisdictions.
He currently is national coordinating counsel for a major oil company in connection with its climate change litigation. He previously served as co-lead counsel to a major international pharmaceutical manufacturer in the defense of nationwide litigation challenging industry pricing practices.
Rob’s experience includes extensive work in antitrust and False Claims Act cases, claims alleging fraud, and agency enforcement actions. His pharmaceutical industry activities include service as outside counsel to and Corporate Secretary of the Pharmaceutical Security Institute, Inc., the industry’s not-for-profit trade organization dedicated to the fight against pharmaceutical counterfeiting.
He is Managing Editor of The World in U.S. Courts, Orrick’s quarterly review of court decisions addressing personal jurisdiction over non-U.S. parties and the extraterritorial application of U.S. law to global business and cross-border activities.
Rob also served two terms on the District of Columbia Bar’s Pro Bono standing committee. Before joining Orrick, he was a partner in Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP and Clifford & Warnke, in Washington, D.C.
Dina N. Rezvani is a managing associate in the White Collar, Investigations, Securities Litigation & Compliance group.
She represents individuals and companies across a broad range of industries in white collar defense, government and internal investigations, and anti-corruption and compliance matters. Dina has represented clients in criminal, civil, and regulatory matters in federal and state court, and in investigations brought by the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and Multi-Lateral Development Banks, including the World Bank and African Development Bank.
to joining Orrick, Dina was an associate in the Washington, D.C., office of an
international law firm in the White Collar & Government Investigations
David's practice focuses on white-collar criminal defense, government investigations, complex civil litigation, regulatory enforcement matters, and internal investigations. David has particular experience representing companies and individuals in the health care, medical device, technology, defense, and financial services sectors.
David has represented clients in matters involving state and federal false claims acts, the Anti-Kickback Statute, federal securities laws, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), anti-money laundering laws, and the Food, Drug, & Cosmetic Act. He has played a lead role in high-stakes federal investigations, complex civil cases, and criminal matters. His litigation experience includes oral argument before the First Circuit, briefing in federal and state courts, and deposing senior government officials.
David served as Global Investigations & Compliance Counsel (on secondment) at one of the world's leading medical device companies, immediately following one of the industry's largest mergers. In this role he led multiple internal investigations and helped the company develop a new investigations and corporate compliance function.
David previously worked as an Assistant Attorney General in the Appeals Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office (as part of a one-year fellowship), serving as lead counsel in more than a dozen criminal and civil matters at all levels of federal and state court. David was also an associate in the Chicago and Washington, D.C. offices of another international law firm.
In 2017, 2018, and 2019 David was selected to the Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers Rising Stars list.