People Moves: Weil Gotshal

July 24, 2014

NEW ASSOCIATES

Seven attorneys have joined the firm as associates.

Four attorneys have joined the Corporate and Business department: Dov Kogen, who received a law degree from Harvard Law School in 2013; Dennis Adams, who received a law degree from Northwestern Univ Law in 2013; Megan Ward, who received a law degree from New York Univ Law in 2013; and Christopher Moore.

Three attorneys have joined the Litigation department: Christopher Lewarne, who received a law degree from University of Toronto Faculty of Law in 2012; Daniel Riegel, who received a law degree from University of Texas at Austin; and Jane Cooper, who received a law degree from Yale Law School in 2013.

ASSOCIATE DEPARTURES

10 associates left the firm.

Six attorneys have left the Corporate and Business department: Ksenia Shubina; Jennifer Seymour, who received a law degree from Southern Methodist Univ Law in 2007; Antony Gabriel, who received a law degree from Fordham University Law School in 2009; Jakub Kutzmann; Renee Bartuccio, who received a law degree from Georgetown University in 2010; and Thomas Weise, who received a law degree from Higher R.C. Wiesbaden (Assessor); University of Cologne (Referendar.

Three attorneys have left the Litigation department: Robert Jerry, who received a law degree from Cornell Law School in 2012; Matthew Howatt, who received a law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2008; and Patricia Saiz, who received a law degree from Harvard Law School (LL.M. in 2003.

Dominik Sailer left the firm. Sailer received a law degree from Regional Court Duisburg (Assessor); University of Heidelberg (Referendar.

PARTNER DEPARTURES

Christopher Pace left the firm. Pace practices Litigation and received a law degree from University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1990.

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