Blank Rome Announces 2020 Promotions: 12 Partners, 5 Of Counsel

Rither Alabre
White Collar Defense & Investigations • New York[1]

Rither, a former prosecutor and federal law clerk, concentrates his practice on white collar defense and complex corporate litigation matters, handling high-profile cases throughout the country. He represents public and private companies and high-level executives in prosecutions and grand jury investigations involving securities fraud, antitrust, public corruption, government contracts, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, tax, money laundering, and bank fraud; corporate internal investigations; and Securities and Exchange Commission and other federal regulatory proceedings. He has extensive appellate experience and has briefed and argued more than 50 appeals in federal and state courts. Rither is also committed to pro bono work.

Bridget Mayer Briggs[2]
Commercial Litigation • Philadelphia

Bridget concentrates her practice on corporate, white collar, and class action defense litigation, notably counseling clients on Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act matters, Bank Secrecy Act compliance, the False Claims Act, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, collateralized debt obligations, government contracts, civil and criminal forfeiture, breach of contract, fraud, and business torts. She also has significant experience working on e-discovery matters. Bridget serves on the board of directors for the Homeless Advocacy Project and is an active member of Blank Rome’s Recruiting Committee.

Kyle P. Brinkman[3]
Insurance Recovery • Washington, D.C. 

Kyle represents corporate policyholders or their directors and officers in complex insurance coverage matters, from risk and coverage analysis to advocacy, dispute resolution, litigation, and appeals. He counsels on defense and indemnity coverage relating to asbestos, mass tort, and environmental liabilities; advertising injury liabilities; and government investigation, shareholder derivative, and other liabilities across industries. Additionally, he advises on insurance issues in corporate bankruptcies and first-party coverage for high-value accidental and theft losses. Kyle also is actively engaged and committed to pro bono service to individual clients and nonprofit organizations.

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