WOODBRIDGE, N.J., March 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A. (Wilentz) is pleased to announce that Clay Constantinou has rejoined the firm as Of Counsel in the Woodbridge office. In his new role at Wilentz, Mr. Constantinou will leverage his substantial, existing relationships, both domestically and internationally, to achieve clients' objectives.
Mr. Constantinou has been engaged in a variety of high profile roles since he last took up residence at the firm. From July 1994 to February 1999, he served as the United States Ambassador to Luxembourg, representing the United States during the NATO expansion, European Union enlargement and economic and monetary union. Mr. Constantinou assisted in the negotiations and signed the Mutual Legal Assistance, Double Taxation and Open Skies treaties on behalf of the United States. During the Luxembourg European Union presidency, he led American delegations and participated in negotiations with EU officials on trade and global cooperation issues. He also advised the Clinton Administration on Eastern Mediterranean issues.
He was the Founding Dean of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations of Seton Hall University and Of Counsel to Patton Boggs, LLP. In addition, he served as Senior Advisor to the Federal Court appointed Liquidating Trustee in one of the largest international fraud actions resulting in over $250 million recovered for defrauded shareholders. Mr. Constantinou currently serves as Senior Advisor to the Chairman of EP Global Energy.
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