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Greenberg Traurig Grows Corporate Practice with Addition of Seth E. Zuckerman in New Jersey

MORRISTOWN, N.J. – Dec. 15, 2015 – Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP continues to grow its Corporate & Securities Practice with the addition of Seth E. Zuckerman as shareholder in the New Jersey office. Zuckerman joins the firm from Saiber LLC.

“Seth is an accomplished attorney whose experience in M&A and financial services will serve as an asset to the firm,” said Philip R. Sellinger, co-managing shareholder of Greenberg Traurig’s New Jersey office and co-chair of the Global Litigation Practice.

Zuckerman has extensive experience in corporate matters, mergers and acquisitions, spin-off transactions, management buy-outs, business planning, banking, and finance. Zuckerman’s M&A experience covers a broad number of industries including aviation, insurance, and manufacturing.

“We welcome Seth to the firm and know he will make an immediate impact as we continue to strategically grow our Corporate Practice in New Jersey and across the firm to meet the needs of our clients,” said Geoffrey Berman, co-managing shareholder of Greenberg Traurig’s New Jersey office.

“I was drawn to Greenberg Traurig because of the skilled practitioners in the Corporate Practice and reputation in the New Jersey market,” said Zuckerman. “The firm is uniquely positioned to offer clients top-tier service because of its depth of services and global resources. I am excited to join during this time of growth in the practice.”

Zuckerman also has broad experience in connection with business law, planning and negotiating business combinations, financial transactions, structuring and initial funding of business organizations, venture capital transactions, structuring employment relationships, and private securities offerings. His experience also includes drafting and negotiating shareholders agreements, operating agreements, and other business and corporate agreements.

Zuckerman holds a J.D. from Catholic University of America, where he was the lead articles editor of the Catholic University Law Review, and a B.A. from Dickinson College.

In addition to the Oct. 1 opening of Greenberg Traurig's Berlin office with 55 attorneys, Greenberg Traurig's Global Corporate & Securities Practice, which includes stellar M&A practitioners, has achieved unprecedented growth during 2015. Shareholders who joined the practice since January 2015 in the Northeast include James A. Dempsey, Nanette Aguirre, Meredith J. Beuchaw, Iskender H. Catto, Joseph Cosentino, Frank Martire, Stephen M. Pepper, Anthony L. Perricone, Ivan J. Presant, and Allan D. Reiss as well as Gregory R. Daddario as of counsel. Also joining the practice were, in Amsterdam, Thédoor Melchers; in Berlin, Dr. Henrik Armah, Claudia Hard, Dr. Josef Hofschroer, and Dr. Peter Schorling; in Chicago, John P. Boelter and Stacey T. Kern; in Dallas, Christina A. Tate; in Denver, Thomas B. Romer; in Fort Lauderdale, Flora R. Perez; in Houston, Derek J. Anchondo; in London, Dorothee Fischer-Appelt and Joel Wheeler; in Mexico City, Miguel Flores Bernés, Víctor Manuel Frías Garcés, José Raz Guzmán, and Miguel Moisés; in Miami, Marc L. Druckman; and in Tokyo, Koji Ishikawa and Koichiro Ohashi.