And it feels so good:
With over 24 years of intellectual property and commercial litigation experience, Janet T. Munn has joined the partner ranks at the Coral Gables-based law firm Rasco, Klock, Reininger, Perez, Esquenazi, Vigil & Nieto. Her expertise includes: class action defense, intellectual property, mass tort and products liability defense, media law, and domestic and international arbitrationCome on, I think there's room for one more name on the header at RKRPEV&N.
"We are very excited to have Janet as one of our partners. She tops off a uniquely qualified bench of six senior litigators, with over 170 years of practice experience at our clients' disposal in a diverse are of specialties," said Managing Partner, Ramon Rasco.
"This is a great way to start the new decade," stated Munn. "Joining Ramon and Joe, along with a great team of litigators headed by Steve Reininger, Al Perez, Gabe Nieto, as well as Jack Shawde, creates a resource pool that is unique in our market. Add to that a team of banking, corporate, real estate, and tax lawyers with sophisticated experience in domestic and international transactions, gives me the ability to serve my clients with a talent pool that rivals a 100 person firm. You can clearly see why I wanted to be here."
Steve Reininger, the firm's other co-founder and litigation practice head, added: "The addition of Janet is a strong plus for our litigation practice. Janet joins us at a time when her areas of expertise will be a very important asset for the firm."
Munn comes to the firm by way of Steel Hector & Davis, LLP, where she spent over 19 years and headed the Intellectual Property and Media Law Groups.
Joe Klock, past firm and international practice chair of Steel Hector, commented: "Janet is one of the most highly-regarded lawyers in her field, with an unblemished reputation as a world class federal and state court litigator. I am thrilled that she has chosen to join us." Gabe Nieto, another Steel Hector alumnus, added: "It will be great to again be under the same roof with Janet. Her energy and intellectual capacity was a great asset to our team while we were at Steel Hector, and we are very happy to have her back."
Either way, congrats kids!