Cassin Law LLC Adds India Capability

SINGAPORE–LAWFUEL – The Law Newswire – September 18, 2007 – International law firm Cassin Law LLC announced today that Russell A. Stamets has become a member of the firm.

For more than a decade, Stamets has been helping companies do business in India. He previously headed the India practice of U.S. law firm Heller Ehrman LLP.

“We’re delighted that Russ has decided to join us,” said Richard L. Cassin. “He is one of the most experienced American lawyers in the India practice. His ability to give both technical and practical help to companies starting out in India or already in the market is unmatched.”

Stamets concentrates on India-related foreign direct investment, corporate finance, acquisitions, joint ventures and licensing arrangements. His clients include technology and life science companies, energy and oil and gas services firms. He works with private equity funds and emerging companies to structure cross-border investments and significant financings.

“I appreciate the opportunity to work with Cassin Law LLC,” Stamets said. “I have known Dick Cassin for many years and I share his goal of helping clients succeed.”

Stamets received his law degree from the Indiana University School of Law in Bloomington, where he was an Editor of the Federal Communications Law Journal. He is a member of the Illinois, Pennsylvania and Florida bars.

He can be contacted at rstamets@cassinlaw.com.

About Cassin Law LLC

Cassin Law LLC (www.cassinlaw.com) is an international law firm. It provides cost-effective and high-quality legal services to businesses of all sizes, from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 companies.

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