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Andrew L. Sandler and Clinton R. Rockwell Quoted in American Lawyer Article, “Continuing Growth, Buckley Sandler Opens Office in San Francisco”

American Lawyer

Andrew L. Sandler, Clinton R. Rockwell, John C. Redding, Fredrick S. Levin, Shara M. Chang, Kate Shrout

Andrew L. Sandler and Clinton R. Rockwell were quoted on January 9, 2018 in an American Lawyer article, “Continuing Growth, Buckley Sandler Opens Office in San Francisco,” which discussed the opening of the firm’s San Francisco office to support the firm’s growing fintech and regtech clients base. The article stated, “With the San Francisco outpost, the fast-growing Buckley Sandler has expanded its operations to a total of six offices in the U.S. and London. Clint Rockwell, head of the firm’s California offices, will  ‘co-locate’ in San Francisco and Buckley Sandler’s Los Angeles office, as will regulatory and transactional partner John Redding and enforcement partner Fredrick Levin, the firm said in a statement. Those partners will be joined by two counsel-level lawyers, Shara Chang and Kate Shrout, who had been working remotely for Buckley Sandler but will be based full time in the newly opened San Francisco office.”

Sandler noted, “Our firm is perfectly positioned to bring technology and financial services together in a way that meets regulatory expectations. It had become clear to us that this was going to be one of the most significant growth areas for the firm over the next several years.”

Rockwell added, “Being in San Francisco will help us work more closely with innovators as they pursue their strategic vision. Our insight and in-depth experience on regulatory and enforcement trends throughout the U.S., including Washington and Sacramento, combined with our extensive knowledge representing businesses that move money, position us to become a leading law firm in the Bay Area for companies bringing new financial products and technologies to market.”

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