Pillsbury partners Ericson and Galeno appear in BTI’s Client Service All-Stars 2014 listing
Business consulting firm BTI has named Pillsbury partners Bruce Ericson and Maria Galeno to its Client Service All-Stars list, which annually recognises the most highly regarded legal practitioners in the US.
Ericson is co-leader of Pillsbury’s securities litigation team and managing partner of the firm’s San Francisco office. He represents public companies, their boards, special committees and senior management in securities and corporate governance disputes, SEC investigations and internal investigations.
Galeno is a member of Pillsbury’s litigation team and focuses her practice on commercial litigation, with a strong emphasis on securities fraud and insurance coverage litigation, as well as corporate investigations and white-collar criminal defence.
BTI compiles its list based on interviews with 240 corporate counsel at the world’s largest organisations.
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