Six Squire Patton Boggs Partners Named to Lawyers of Color 2020 Power List

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    Lawyers of Color, with the support of the Diverse Partners Network, has named six Squire Patton Boggs partners to its 2020 Power List. Now in its fifth year, the Power List recognizes the most influential minority lawyers and allies in the US. 

    The Squire Patton Boggs partners featured on the 2020 Power List are:

    • Fred Nance, who serves as the firm’s Global Managing Partner (US) LLP. Mr. Nance is a highly regarded legal and business counselor, nationally recognized sports and entertainment law practitioner and a leader in the firm.
    • James L. Hsu is the managing partner and head of the Corporate Practice of the Los Angeles office, where he represents clients in a broad range of corporate finance and securities matters.
    • Traci L. Martinez, who is deputy managing partner of the Columbus office and member of the firm’s Global Board, is an advisor and trial attorney focusing on labor and employment, contracts, and utility litigation for public and private sector clients across various industries.
    • Pedro J. Miranda is the managing partner of the Phoenix office and focuses his practice on public finance, serving as bond counsel and underwriters’ counsel on financings by governmental bodies in Arizona, Florida, Texas and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
    • Alex Shumate serves as the managing partner of the Columbus office, where he provides strategic and operational guidance to clients pursuing new business opportunities regionally, nationally and internationally. 
    • Luis Reiter, managing partner of the Miami office and member of the Latin America Executive Committee, has extensive experience in all aspects of governmental and governmental/private finance, having served as bond counsel and represented underwriters and banks for nearly 40 years. 

    Lawyers of Color is a nonprofit devoted to promoting diversity in the legal profession and advancing democracy and equality in marginalized communities. Initiatives include conducting and commissioning research and studies regarding the intersection of the legal profession and social injustice, in addition to creating and curating content.

    Winners will be profiled in the upcoming Power Issue. View the full list of honorees.

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