Who Are Hyatt's Attorneys?


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As of August 2015, some of Hyatt's attorneys include Elizabeth Geraldi, Megan Ferraro, Teresa Brazzale, Roxana Davis, Vinay Thakur, Analisa Padilla, Stephanie Jean-Jacques and Michele Haynes. Haynes and Boone LLP have also previously supported Hyatt Hotels in real estate legal acquisitions in 2012.

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As of August 2015, many of the publicly known attorneys for Hyatt Hotels are in the Chicago area. Elizabeth Geraldi, corporate counsel for Hyatt Hotels, was educated at the DePaul University College of Law. She previously provided legal counsel for OfficeMax before joining Hyatt in 2012. Megan Ferraro, also educated at DePaul, works in global litigation, internal investigations, compliance and governance.

Roxana Davis was educated at Indiana University and has been with Hyatt since 2013. She was an associate attorney at Jenner & Block prior to joining Hyatt. Analisa Padilla, educated at University of Texas, specializes in SEC & compliance. She has been with Hyatt since early 2015, and worked as an attorney for Latham & Watkins LLP from 2008 to 2015. Stephanie Jean-Jacques, educated at the University of Chicago, has served Hyatt Hotels since late 2013. Michele Haynes, educated at University of Michigan, joined Hyatt Hotels in early 2015 and focuses on corporate counsel.

Vinay Thakur has worked in law practice for Hyatt hotels in New Delhi, India since 2012. Vinay's specialties include general corporate and commercial law. Vinay also has experience with employment, commercial and civil law, acting as legal counsel for InterGlobe Aviation Limited from 2010 to 2012.

Haynes and Boone LLP have represented Hyatt Hotels in 2012 during the acquisition of Hotel Nikko Mexico, helping Hyatt with United States-Mexican relations, negotiating the purchase, ensuring compliance and closing the deal.

According to Career Bliss, Hyatt Hotel attorneys make an 8 percent higher salary than the national average for attorneys.

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