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BuckleySandler LLP Announces 2013 Partner & Counsel Promotions
Two Attorneys Elected to Law Firm Partnership; Four Promoted to Counsel

WASHINGTON, DC -- (Marketwire) -- 12/11/12 -- BuckleySandler LLP, a leading financial services and criminal & civil enforcement defense law firm, announced today the election of John C. Redding, resident in the firm's Orange County and Los Angeles offices, and Joseph P. Reilly, resident in the Washington, DC office, to the firm's partnership, effective January 1, 2013. The firm has also promoted four associates to the position of counsel.

"These attorneys all possess the skills and commitment to excellence that exemplifies BuckleySandler," noted firm Chairman and Executive Partner, Andrew L. Sandler. "With our consistent focus on client service and our intricate knowledge of the complex regulatory, legislative and enforcement environment, these promotions further the execution of our strategic plan to build deep and broad financial services capabilities across all of our offices."

BuckleySandler's newly elected partners:

John C. Redding (Orange County/Los Angeles, CA) has more than 19 years experience advising a variety of financial services clients, including banks, mortgage companies, debt purchasers and collectors, auto finance companies and loan servicers on a variety of regulatory, compliance, licensing and operational matters at the state and federal level.

Joseph J. Reilly (Washington, DC) represents corporate and individual clients in federal and state enforcement actions, investigations and examinations, as well as in private civil and class action lawsuits. He also advises financial institutions, nonbank lenders, mortgage insurers and others on regulatory matters involving federal and state consumer financial services law.

The four new associates elected to counsel include: Liana R. Prieto (New York), Aaron C. Mahler (Washington, DC), Kathryn L. Ryan and Jon David D. Langlois (Washington, DC).

About BuckleySandler LLP: With 150+ lawyers in Washington, DC, New York, Los Angeles and Orange County, CA, BuckleySandler provides best-in-class legal counsel to meet the challenges of its financial services industry and other corporate and individual clients across the full range of government enforcement actions, complex and class action litigation and transactional, regulatory and public policy issues. The Firm represents many of the nation's leading financial services institutions. Online: www.buckleysandler.com/; Twitter: https://twitter.com/BuckleySandler; InfoBytes Blog: http://www.infobytesblog.com.

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