GT’s growth to 1800 lawyers and more than 30 locations is an example of the firm’s instincts for leveraging a changing marketplace. The need for lawyers to help clients navigate change continues to escalate. For GT, merging with other law firms to be in new markets overnight is not the way to respond to the market need. Preserving the firm’s “built for change” culture is. GT leaders travel across the country handpicking lawyers with the talents to guide clients through the very moments their businesses and markets are changing most. It is this rare combination of talents around which we relentlessly hire at GT – legal, business and leadership skills. That’s why we refer to GT lawyers as "3-D lawyers."
Genna Garver is of counsel in the Corporate & Securities Practice of Greenberg Traurig’s New York office. She represents financial institutions in a variety of transactional and regulatory matters with a focus on investment advisers, hedge funds and other private investment funds. Genna advises clients on formation and offering matters for domestic and offshore funds, mergers and acquisitions, securities regulation, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and state investment adviser registration and exemptions, the development and implementation of Advisers Act compliance programs and procedures, ongoing compliance matters, mock audits and regulatory examinations. She also has counseled banking clients on complex structuring and capital issues regarding M&A, risk capital matters, affiliated transactions and securities lending agency transactions.