NEW YORK, Sept. 23, 2020 — The New York Law Journal has named King & Spalding partner Edward Kehoe to its 2020 New York Trailblazers list.
The publication recognized Kehoe for obtaining multibillion-dollar awards for clients in global arbitration matters and helping grow the firm’s International Arbitration practice to more than 100 lawyers worldwide.
The New York Trailblazers list recognizes New York-area lawyers who “have made significant marks on the practice, policy and technological advancement of their practice,” according to the publication.
Kehoe specializes in business arbitration and litigation. He is the managing partner of the New York office, co-head of the International Arbitration practice and a member of the firm’s 10-person management committee. Kehoe has more than 25 years of experience in business arbitration and litigation, representing clients in the energy, mining, construction, professional services, finance and banking, pharmaceutical, and insurance sectors.
To view the full Trailblazers list, including Kehoe’s profile, click here.
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