James Newman to Manage Holland & Hart’s Reno Office

James Newman to Manage Holland & Hart’s Reno Office

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce James Newman is the new administrative partner of Holland & Hart LLP’s Reno office. In addition to overseeing strategic development for the office, Newman will manage recruiting and marketing efforts, as well as other responsibilities related to the firm’s partnership.

Newman succeeds Tim Lukas, who has managed Holland & Hart’s Reno office since 2008, and previously served as managing shareholder of Hale Lane Peek Dennison and Howard before the two firms combined their Nevada operations. “Our commitment to Northern Nevada reaches back to 1971, and we have been very fortunate to grow along with a number of our clients, bringing their business to a national and international reach.  And, I expect with Jim’s leadership we will see continued growth in our business and the services we provide our clients,” stated Lukas.

Newman represents clients in a variety of industries including manufacturing, distribution, financial services, software, gaming, real estate development, and energy on corporate law matters, mergers and acquisitions, project development and finance, and securities and capital markets, as well as real estate and healthcare matters. Specifically, he advises clients on issues such as entity selection and formation, governance and compliance matters, structuring and completing mergers and acquisitions and other business combinations, licensing and distribution arrangements, real estate acquisitions and dispositions, real estate leasing, and general business matters.

Recognized by Best Lawyers In America as a leading corporate and mergers and acquisitions attorney, Newman is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN) and a past president of Western Industrial Nevada (WIN).


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