People Moves: Troutman Sanders

January 31, 2014

NEW ASSOCIATES

Two attorneys have joined the firm as associates.

Two attorneys have joined the Atlanta, GA office: Chris Davis, who practices Intellectual Property law; and Lennon Haas, who focuses on Litigation.

ASSOCIATE DEPARTURES

Four associates left the firm.

Two attorneys have left the Washington, DC office: Marcus Holladay, who practices Litigation and received a J.D. from Emory University in 1992; and Whitney Lindahl, who practices Litigation and Antitrust and Trade Regulation law and received a J.D. from University of Virginia in 2005.

Krystle Gomez left the firm. Gomez practices Banking and Finance and Corporate and Business law and received a J.D. from Webster University in 2010.

Kristina Klein left the firm. Klein practices Labor and Employment and Litigation and received a J.D. from Florida State University in 2006.

NEW PARTNERS

Three attorneys joined the firm as partners.

Andrew Perel joined the firm. Perel practices Energy, Natural Resources and Environment law and was at Troutman Sanders previously and received a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School in 1986.

Harris Winsberg joined the firm. Winsberg practices Bankruptcy and Reorganization, Banking and Finance and Litigation and was at King Spalding previously and received a J.D. from University of Florida.

Rossana Chu joined the firm. Chu practices Banking and Finance and Venture Capital and Private Equity law and was at Baker McKenzie previously and received an LL.M. from University of Hong Kong in 2003.

PARTNER DEPARTURES

11 partners left the firm.

Six attorneys have left the Atlanta, GA office: William Loeffler, who practices Banking and Finance and Litigation and received a J.D. from Georgetown University in 1989; Kirk Quillian, who practices Litigation and Entertainment and Media law and received a J.D. from University of Virginia in 1973; Robert Buckler, who practices Labor and Employment and Litigation and received a J.D. from University of Georgia in 1973; Mark VanderBroek, who practices Intellectual Property, Litigation and Consumer and Retail law and received a J.D. from University of Chicago School of Law in 1984; Rebecca Shanlever, who practices Labor and Employment and Litigation and received a J.D. from Emory University in 1998; and James Addison, who practices Real Estate and Construction, Banking and Finance and International and Cross-Border law and received a J.D. from University of Virginia in 1971.

Four attorneys have left the Washington, DC office: Barbara Etkind, who practices Litigation and received a J.D. from University of Michigan in 1975; Stuart Ross, who practices Banking and Finance law and received an LL.B. from The George Washington University in 1966; Wallace Christensen, who practices Litigation and received a J.D. from Harvard University in 1975; and Stuart Pierson, who practices White Collar, Government and Regulatory and Entertainment and Media law and received a J.D. from Duke University in 1968.

David Sump left the firm. Sump practices Admiralty, Aviation and Transportation, Government and Regulatory and Corporate and Business law and received a William and Mary from Marshall-Wythe School of Law in 1988.

ASSOCIATE PROMOTIONS TO PARTNERSHIP

Perel has been promoted to partnership at the firm. Perel practices Energy, Natural Resources and Environment law and received a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School in 1986.

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