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BRADLEY SICILIANO, former general counsel and corporate secretary of Sharp Electronics Corporation, joined Littler Mendelson as a partner in New York.
Venable announced that BOBBY TURNAGE JR., former general counsel and vice president of Network Solutions LLC, joined the firm as a partner in Washington, D.C.
JOHN SANDER, formerly VP and associate GC at Merck & Co. Inc., jumped to Jackson Lewis, where he is a partner in the New York office.
Ashurst hired DAVID CAPPS as a partner in London. He had been head of litigation and regulatory investigations for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa for UBS AG.
KEITH GOTTFRIED, the former GC of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, joined Alston & Bird as a partner in D.C.
Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson announced that JOHN PISA-RELLI joined the firm as special counsel in the D.C. office. He is the former principal legal adviser on international trade and security compliance for the Thales Group.
DAVID DELMAN, former executive vice president, chief legal officer, and secretary at Chicago Bridge & Iron Company N.V., joined Hogan Lovells as a partner in Houston.
Dykema Gossett announced that ROBERT HORWITZ rejoined the firm as senior counsel in Detroit. He had been chief litigation counsel at Asset Acceptance Capital Corp.
Former Solicitor of Labor GREGORY JACOB joined O'Melveny & Myers as a partner in D.C.
McDonald Hopkins hired KETAN PATEL, former associate GC at DDR Corp., as a partner in Cleveland.
MARY BETH SIPOS, formerly senior claims counsel at Liberty Mutual Agency Corporation, joined Haight Brown & Bonesteel as a partner in the San Diego and Santa Ana, California, offices.
Kirkland & Ellis announced that WILLIAM STUCKWISCH joined the firm as a partner in D.C. He had been assistant chief in the FCPA Unit of the U.S. Department of Justice's criminal division.