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Reymond E. Yammine

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Reymond Yammine is an associate in the firm’s Pittsburgh office, where he focuses his practice on mass torts, construction and infrastructure, and compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”).

As part of his mass torts practice, Mr. Yammine assists clients as national coordinating counsel by drafting a variety of substantive motions and responding to discovery requests. Mr. Yammine has worked on several mass tort cases at a variety of stages in litigation for multinational corporations.

As part of his FCPA practice, Mr. Yammine conducts due diligence investigations of current and prospective business partners, distributors, and agents. As part of his construction and infrastructure practice, Mr. Yammine assists clients with handling construction disputes in arbitrations and state court proceedings by drafting substantive motions and briefs.

Mr. Yammine is also a dedicated member of the firm’s pro bono group. Mr. Yammine has represented several clients seeking to normalize their immigration status through the Executive Office for Immigration Review (“EOIR”) and United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”). In addition, Mr. Yammine has represented transgender individuals seeking name changes, and domestic violence victims seeking relief through Protection from Abuse (“PFA”) orders.

Professional Background

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Yammine was a summer associate with the firm in 2016. In addition, Mr. Yammine has also served as a he was a Robbery Division intern in the Career Criminals’ office of the Miami-Dade Office of the State Attorney.

In law school, Mr. Yammine worked in the Farmworkers Legal Assistance Clinic assisting several farmworkers with their various immigration matters in upstate New York. Mr. Yammine also served as an editor of the Legal Information Institute, Supreme Court Bulletin, where he wrote and edited several previews of Supreme Court decisions, which can be found here.