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LeClairRyan Adds Partners to Venture Capital, Cybersecurity and Construction Litigation Practices


National law firm LeClairRyan added three partners to its roster in October, boosting its presence in the areas of venture capital, cybersecurity and construction law.

Based in New York City, Matthew J. Moisan has joined LeClairRyan’s emerging companies and mergers & acquisitions teams. Moisan represents companies in all stages of development, with a particular focus on founding entrepreneurs, tech startups and emerging growth ventures. Moisan’s clients include companies across a variety of industries, including e-commerce, advertising and marketing, enterprise software, fintech, and retail. He has advised numerous entities from inception through venture capital fundraising to eight-figure annual revenues or acquisition. A graduate of Boston University (B.A.) and the Touro Law Center (J.D.), Moisan is admitted in New York.

Peter Day has joined the firm’s privacy and data security, blockchain technologies, white collar, and financial services litigation teams. Based in San Francisco, Day advises clients on many privacy and data security issues, including international data management, cross-border data transfers, software and cloud service agreements, and financial technology. Prior to joining the firm, Day served as the Privacy Officer and Deputy Chief Information Security Officer for the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. A graduate of Occidental College (B.A.) and Indiana University (J.D.), Day is admitted in California.

Bill Bogdan has joined LeClairRyan’s construction litigation and employment litigation teams, resident in firm’s San Francisco office. He frequently represents contractors in indemnity, injury and property damage actions, and employers in a variety of workplace and compensation disputes. A graduate of Pennsylvania State University (B.A.) and Boston University (J.D.), Bogdan is admitted in California.