About Global Regulatory Enforcement Law Blog
Global clients in major markets increasingly encounter parallel regulatory enforcement regimes and proceedings with cross-border impacts. Reed Smith’s Global Regulatory Enforcement (GRE) practice group is comprised of lawyers equipped to handle enforcement and regulatory issues across those regimes and disciplines, and to do so with deep experience in numerous industries. To ensure that our audience is receiving timely updates on the global regulatory and enforcement issues affecting their different practices and industries, Reed Smith’s GRE practice group is pleased to launch Global Regulatory Enforcement Law Blog.
On our blog, we will regularly report and analyze key regulatory and enforcement legal issues in the United States and across the globe, including issues affecting antitrust and competition, international trade and national security, government contracts, government and white collar investigations, public policy, and securities. The blog is written and maintained by our attorneys in GRE. It will list postings by category and will maintain searchable archives.
This blog is edited and maintained by Co-Managing Editors Michelle Mantine and Tom Webley.
Michelle focuses her practice on competition and antitrust. She handles pre- and post-merger antitrust counseling relating to the Hart-Scott-Rodino (HSR) Act and complex class actions. Michelle has advised numerous clients facing investigation by the Justice Department, Federal Trade Commission and state Attorneys General. She also provides counseling on electronic discovery issues related to various complex litigation matters. Michelle represents a wide range of clients in the primary manufacturing industries — steel, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices — as well as major financial institutions, investments advisors, and health insurers.
Tom works in the Banking and Financial Services Litigation, Insurance Recovery, and Regulatory groups, and is also a member of Reed Smith’s Global Regulatory Enforcement group’s Core Group in London. Tom has extensive experience dealing with disputes and regulatory issues, particularly involving the financial services industry.