Reed Smith Celebrates 140 Years

September 7, 2017
Reed Smith Partner James Rockney joined guests from Reecon North America, Kathleen Brand and David Brand, and Reed Smith Associate Ken Siegel and Partner Perry Napolitano on the firm’s outdoor terrace. Reed Smith’s 140th Anniversary Reception. September 7, 2017. Reed Smith Partner James Rockney joined guests from Reecon North America, Kathleen Brand and David Brand, and Reed Smith Associate Ken Siegel and Partner Perry Napolitano on the firm’s outdoor terrace. Reed Smith’s 140th Anniversary Reception. September 7, 2017.
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Attorneys and staff at global law firm Reed Smith’s Pittsburgh office marked the firm’s 140th anniversary with a cocktail reception September 7th. About 375 leaders and executives from area corporate, nonprofit, government, education and civic organizations attended, including The Heinz Endowments, Hillman Family Foundations, PNC, Allegheny Health Network, Carnegie Mellon University, Duquesne University, U.S. Steel, ATI, Highmark and Richard King Mellon & Sons.


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