April 25, 2014
Markus Heyder joined the firm. Heyder practices International and Cross-Border and Telecommunications and Technology law.
Six partners left the firm.
Two attorneys have left the Washington, DC office: Rodger Tate, who practices Intellectual Property, Life Sciences and Health Care and Litigation and received their law degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 1975; and Karen Sanzaro, who practices International and Cross-Border, Telecommunications and Technology and Corporate and Business law and received their law degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 1997.
Stacy Colvin left the firm. Colvin practices Litigation and received their law degree from Washington and Lee University School of Law in 1993.
Laura Franze left the firm. Franze practices Labor and Employment, Litigation and Government and Regulatory law and received their law degree from Duke Law School in 1979.
Thelma Marshall left the firm. Marshall practices Real Estate and Construction, Banking and Finance and Energy, Natural Resources and Environment law and received their law degree from Guildford College of Law in 1986.
Alan Kailer left the firm. Kailer practices Mergers and Acquisitions law and received their law degree from The University of Texas in 1978.
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