The 10th year anniversary edition of The Lawdragon 500 – The Five Hundred Leading Lawyers in America has again recognized Goodwin Procter’s Brian Pastuszenski as part of an elite group comprising the top 500 lawyers in the United States.
In addition, as part of Lawdragon’s 10th year anniversary celebration, the publication has added a Hall of Fame recognizing past members of the Lawdragon 500 and other outstanding lawyers who have made remarkable contributions as leaders, litigators, dealmakers, power brokers, judges and innovators. In this year’s inaugural edition, Goodwin Procter’s Chairman Emeritus, Regina Pisa, was recognized as a leader in the Lawdragon Hall of Fame.
Pastuszenski is a senior partner and co-chair of Goodwin Procter's national Securities Litigation & SEC Enforcement Practice. Resident in Goodwin’s New York office, he is nationally recognized as one of the premier securities and shareholder litigation defense lawyers in the United States. He has been lead defense counsel in some of the largest securities cases ever filed, and has represented leading financial institutions, technology companies, and their officers and directors in securities class actions, shareholder derivative suits, and other complex litigation matters in trial and appellate courts across the country.
Pisa is chairman emeritus of Goodwin Procter. Resident in Goodwin’s Boston office, she led the firm as the first woman chairman and managing partner of an Am Law 100 law firm from 1998 to 2014. She is also a member of the firm’s financial institutions group and her merger and acquisition work has earned her and the firm national recognition among the nation’s top M&A lawyers.
The Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers in America – the most elite guide in the profession – profiles the year’s most influential lawyers and most important legal matters.The inaugural Lawdragon Hall of Fame recognizes past members of the Lawdragon 500 and other outstanding lawyers who have made remarkable contributions as leaders, litigators, dealmakers, power brokers, judges and innovators.