April 16, 2018

Tracey Salmon-Smith Joins Drinker Biddle’s Litigation Group

Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP has expanded its financial services litigation capabilities with the addition of Tracey Salmon-Smith to its Litigation Group. She joins the firm as a partner and will reside in the firm’s Florham Park, N.J., office.

Ms. Salmon-Smith has a broad litigation practice, with a particular focus on broker-dealer arbitrations, litigation, and mediations before FINRA. She represents brokerage firms, corporations and other clients in commercial disputes, premises liability and securities law. She also has extensive experience handling internal investigations and defending employment litigation matters.

“Tracey brings a wealth of experience to a growing practice for the firm,” said Andrew C. Kassner, Chairman and CEO of Drinker Biddle. “Her work with broker-dealers, FINRA litigation and arbitration adds to the suite of services we can offer to financial industry clients.”

Prior to joining Drinker Biddle, Ms. Salmon-Smith was a principal with Bressler, Amery & Ross, P.C. She is a former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, where she also served in the role of Acting Chief of Environmental Litigation and Chief of Bankruptcy. She was also formerly Director and Associate General Counsel in Sales Practice Litigation at UBS Financial Services Inc. 

“Tracey brings strong first-chair trial experience to our national commercial litigation team,” said Michael W. McTigue Jr., Chair of Drinker Biddle’s Litigation Practice Group. “We’re excited to have her join the firm.” 

Ms. Salmon-Smith earned her juris doctor from Villanova University School of Law and her bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College. 

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