Gregory B. Jordan Re-elected Reed Smith MP Through 2009
Reed Smith partners voted managing partner Gregory B. Jordan into a third term that will begin on Jan. 1, 2007 and conclude on Dec. 31, 2009.
When he assumed the position for the first time on January 1, 2001, he became the youngest elected managing partner in Reed Smith’s 125-year history.
Under his leadership, the firm has grown from nine to 20 offices and from 500 to nearly 1,400 attorneys.
Since 2000, Reed Smith’s revenue went from $165 million annually to $750 million projected upon the full integration of the firm’s announced merger with London’s Richards Butler firm.
Jordan’s private clients include financial services companies and entertainment companies. His practice involves banking and financial services litigation, securities and derivative litigation, trade secrets, media and first amendment litigation.
– Gina Passarella, Staff ReporterExplore posts in the same categories: Firm News