13 Richards Layton Lawyers Admitted to the Delaware Bar
December 11, 2019
WILMINGTON, Delaware (December 11, 2019) – Richards, Layton & Finger is pleased to announce that 13 associates of the firm have been admitted to the Delaware bar. The lawyers were admitted to practice in the State of Delaware by the Delaware Supreme Court in a ceremony today in Dover.
The newly admitted Richards Layton associates are Dorronda R. Bordley, Garrett S. Eggen, R. Parker Havis, Elizabeth A. Heise, Matthew M. Kent, Marina C. Leary, Brian T.M. Mammarella, Philip K. Micha, John T. Miraglia, J. Zachary Noble, Kate E. Peterson, Christian C.F. Roberts, and Matthew D. Schwalm.
“We are proud to welcome our new associates to the Delaware bar, and we congratulate them on this landmark achievement,” said Doneene Damon, president of Richards Layton. “I’m confident that these outstanding young attorneys will advance our firm’s long tradition of excellence and service to both our clients and our community.”
Mr. Eggen and Mr. Noble are practicing in the firm’s Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring department, and Ms. Peterson and Mr. Schwalm are in the Commercial Transactions group. Ms. Heise, Mr. Miraglia, and Mr. Roberts join the firm’s Corporate Litigation practice. Mr. Havis and Mr. Micha are in the Real Estate group, with Mr. Micha also working with the Environmental group. Ms. Bordley joins Richards Layton’s Litigation practice, Mr. Kent is in Corporate Trust and Agency Services, Ms. Leary is part of the Limited Liability Company and Partnership Advisory group, and Mr. Mammarella practices in Corporate Advisory and Governance.
About Richards, Layton & Finger
Delaware’s largest law firm and one of its oldest, Richards, Layton & Finger helps sophisticated clients navigate complex issues and the intricacies of Delaware law. We advise global companies, business partnerships, leading financial institutions, local businesses, and individuals across a wide range of practices, including corporate law, alternative entities, commercial law, bankruptcy and restructuring, and litigation.