In a recent article published on Daily Business Review and Law.com, Gunster shareholder and Globalaw President Julia M. Holden-Davis discusses how the international law firm network has adapted to COVID-19 regulations.
Holden-Davis has seen law firms adjust to COVID-19 from a global perspective, from client meetings and handling cases to managing teams. She has helped law firm leaders across the world connect and share best practices on the unique challenges they are facing and how they are preparing for 2021.
Holden-Davis is the first female president of the network that connects nearly 4,000 attorneys in 89 firms across the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe and Africa. Globalaw is a network in which member firms collaborate to meet the needs of clients in other jurisdictions, using local relationships to finalize deals and other client matters. Gunster is a participating firm in the global network and joined the group in 2012.
Julia M. Holden-Davis is a Gunster shareholder and practices business litigation with a focus in construction and transportation sectors. The combination of her trial work and business experience is instrumental in advising on risk management and business-related issues for clients. Holden-Davis also provides counsel on industry-specific due diligence in support of M&A transactions within the construction, transportation, and government contracting industries. Having served as the chief operating officer of a large regional firm, Holden-Davis is dedicated to bringing a practical understanding of the realities facing businesses.
To view the entire law.com article, click here: law.com/dailybusinessreview/2020/10/06/law-firm-network-sees-new-advantages-amid-global-covid-19-regulations/