Jeffrey O. Greenfield rejoined Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis as a partner in the firm's business services department. He was most recently with the firm in 2001.
Schnader Harrison said he plans to use is experience as an attorney for more than 18 years along with his business background to work with the firm's corporate clients on transactions.
Just prior to joining Schnader, Greenfield was the owner and chief operating officer of a wholesale book distribution company, and prior to that he was the founder and president of privately held company that sought to acquire and operate middle-market companies within broad industry categories in the mid-Atlantic region.
Greenfield began his career at Mesirov Gelman Jaffe Cramer & Jamieson in 1987, becoming a partner in 1995. He served as a member of the firm's executive committee and the hiring partner. He originally became a part of Schnader Harrison when it merged with Mesirov Gelman in 2000.
"We are extremely pleased to have Jeff back at Schnader," Chairman Ralph Wellington said in a statement. "His experience both as an attorney and as an executive gives him a unique perspective that will benefit our clients. I am confident that his extensive background in corporate and commercial finance, real estate and leasing, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and syndications will allow him to be a dynamic addition to the Schnader team."
~Gina Passarella, Staff Reporter