Former Hogan Lovells Partner Brings 20 Years of Experience to Dispute Resolution Boutique
May 2015 – Chaffetz Lindsey, a New York dispute resolution boutique, has announced that Scott Reynolds has joined the firm as a partner. Mr. Reynolds had previously been a partner in Hogan Lovells’ New York dispute resolution practice.
Mr. Reynolds is a commercial litigator who has successfully litigated a wide variety of disputes in federal, state and bankruptcy courts throughout the United States, from inception through appeal. He has extensive experience representing clients in the financial services sector, and he has frequently represented trustees, foreign insolvency administrators, creditors, and debtors in contested matters and adversary proceedings in bankruptcy court.
According to Chaffetz Lindsey partner Charles Scibetta, “Scott’s skills and practice style exactly meet the needs of our fast-growing commercial and financial litigation practice. He combines broad experience, including in the bankruptcy court, with the same commercial approach and client service commitment that we have made the foundations of our firm.”
“I am thrilled to be joining such a talented group of advocates, and I look forward to contributing to the firm’s continued success,” said Mr. Reynolds. “Chaffetz Lindsey offers clients an extraordinary combination of first-rate dispute resolution services delivered in creative, cost-effective ways.”
The addition of Mr. Reynolds to the Chaffetz Lindsey team reflects the firm’s ongoing commitment to developing a practice dedicated to successfully handling complex business disputes in federal and state courts in New York, across the country, and around the world.
“We have followed Scott’s career for many years, first as a colleague and then as a friendly competitor at Hogan Lovells, and have seen how consistently he has won the loyalty and respect of demanding clients,” partner Peter Chaffetz said. “We are very lucky to have him as a colleague again.”
Mr. Reynolds began his career at Rogers & Wells, which became Clifford Chance in 2000. While at Clifford Chance, he worked with a number of Chaffetz Lindsey’s founding partners and current attorneys, until he moved to Hogan Lovells in 2004. He attended Albany Law School for his J.D. and earned his B.A. at Stony Brook University.
Chaffetz Lindsey celebrated its sixth anniversary in May of 2015 and has grown over those years from seven to 28 lawyers.
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