Andrew E. Lee, Tristan E. Manley, Juliana Obregon, Javier Ortiz, Matthew E. Rosenthal, Sean R. Tierney and Miles Wiley were elected to partner at Cahill Gordon & Reindel, effective Jan. 1, 2024.

“We are thrilled to welcome these seven outstanding lawyers to our partnership,” Herbert S. Washer, executive committee co-chair at Cahill, said. “Each brings a unique and extraordinary skillset, combined with an enduring commitment to our clients, which will allow us to satisfy the steadily-increasing demand across our practice groups.”

Lee focuses his practice on private credit, representing direct lending, mezzanine and alternative capital providers across the capital structure.

Obregon and Ortiz represent financial institutions in asset-based lending and other loan transactions in a variety of contexts, including leveraged buyouts, other acquisition finance as well as general working capital financings.

Manley, Rosenthal and Tierney focus their practice in leveraged finance, representing financial institutions in connection with bank financings and public and private capital markets transactions, often in connection with leveraged buyouts and other acquisitions.

Wiley is a litigator and was a member of the Cahill team that secured a victory for Credit Suisse last year after an eight-day jury trial in the Southern District of New York involving allegations of price fixing in the $5 trillion-per-day foreign exchange currency market. Wiley also represents other banks and global corporations in a range of litigation, including First Amendment matters. He frequently practices before a range of governmental and regulatory bodies.

Cahill is also pleased to announce that the firm has elected Alexa S. Kaminsky and Ivan Torres as counsel in the New York Office, and Tom Luck and Mohan Rao as counsel in the London office, effective Jan. 1, 2024.