Established in 1988, Saavedra | Goodwin is committed to providing large firm quality representation in a small firm atmosphere, offering individualized advice, counsel, and experienced legal representation to clients in a smaller community law firm setting that is tailored to each client’s unique situation. For more than two decades, their AV rated South Florida business, litigation, real estate and aviation attorneys have provided clients around the globe with personalized, efficient service designed to achieve each client's goals.
Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP is an international law firm ranked for 12 years, including five years in a row as the top-ranked New York-based firm, on The American Lawyer’s A-List of what the magazine calls “the top firms among the nation’s legal elite.” We advise and represent clients in over 30 specialized practices. Our firm strikes the balance between scale and agility, handling large and complex matters, while remaining flexible to adapt to clients’ needs and market developments. For more information, please visit www.hugheshubbard.com.
Glen Lindsay serves as Litigation Counsel for Saavedra | Goodwin. Glen’s practice concentrates primarily on business, regulatory and real estate litigation with an emphasis on matters involving fraud and/or deceptive business practices as well as matters at the intersection of commercial litigation and government regulatory compliance. Glen has been, and continues to be, on the front lines of litigation matters involving OFAC and its relationship with other state and federal statutes and areas of law, including admiralty and maritime issues as well as the recent amendments to the Anti-Terrorism Act.
Tyler Grove is an associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Hughes Hubbard & Reed. As part of the International Trade group, Tyler has experience in investigating and drafting complex voluntary disclosures submitted to the Commerce, State, and Treasury Departments; Commodity Jurisdiction and Commodity Classification Automated Tracking System (CCATS) requests; U.S. Customs and Border Protection classification requests and duty protests; trade sanctions; and trade remedies and antidumping duty proceedings.