People Moves: Alston & Bird

June 27, 2014

NEW ASSOCIATES

Two attorneys have joined the firm as associates.

Steven Mindy joined the firm. Mindy practices Labor and Employment and Litigation.

Michael Barry joined the firm. Barry practices Litigation, Government and Regulatory and Telecommunications and Technology law.

ASSOCIATE DEPARTURES

Eight associates left the firm.

Three attorneys have left the Intellectual Property department: Stephanie Chu, who received a law degree from Duke University in 2008; Namal Warshakoon, who received a law degree from The George Washington University in 2012; and Rohan Kale, who received a law degree from University of Georgia in 2009.

Three attorneys have left the Corporate and Business department: Victoria Kahn, who received a law degree from The George Washington University in 2013; Megan Arguelles, who received a law degree from George Washington University in 2013; and Hannah Heck, who received a law degree from Emory University in 2012.

Claire Readhead left the firm. Readhead received a law degree from University of California in 2011.

Kathryn Keane left the firm. Keane received a law degree from The University of Alabama in 2009.

NEW PARTNERS

Brett Jaffe joined the firm. Jaffe practices Litigation, Banking and Finance and Government and Regulatory law.

PARTNER DEPARTURES

Stephanie Driggers left the firm. Driggers practices Litigation, Telecommunications and Technology and Banking and Finance law and received a law degree from Vanderbilt University in 2003.

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