Three Debevoise partners named on Private Equity International’s Legal Power 30 list
Margaret Andrews Davenport, Michael P Harrell and Andrew M Ostrognai, partners at Debevoise & Plimpton, have been named on Private Equity International’s first-ever Legal Power 30 — a list of the 30 most influential private-equity lawyers globally.
The list was compiled through a survey of GPs, LPs and other private-equity advisers.
Davenport is co-chair of the firm’s corporate department and former co-chair of the private-equity group, while Harrell is a corporate partner resident in the New York office who co-chairs the firm’s global private-equity funds group.
Ostrognai, managing partner of the firm’s Hong Kong office, is a corporate partner and chair of the private-equity practice in Asia, where he represents a number of firms in the region in their fund formation activities.
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