Brown Rudnick partner Clara Krivoy has been named among the 2021 “Notable Women in Law” by Crain’s New York Business. Clara is Head of the Firm’s Digital Commerce Practice Group and Head of the Firm’s Ibero-America Private Client Practice Group.

Clara was recognized for her global practice advising on a range of matters, including as related to securities, debt and equity offerings, mergers and acquisitions, restructurings, bank lending, joint ventures, corporate governance, global tax planning, cross-border litigation and arbitration, and regulatory compliance. With a cutting-edge practice, Clara also guides clients on blockchain operations and on establishing tokenized ecosystems.

In addition, Crain’s noted Clara’s active pro bono work as counsel to initiatives dedicated to human rights.

The 2021 list of “Notable Women in Law” honors New York-based lawyers widely regarded for their achievements in law, leadership, and community service.