August 22, 2014
Three attorneys have joined the firm as associates.
Two attorneys have joined the Washington, DC office: Brandon Bodnar, who focuses on Aerospace and Defense law; and Brian Bombassaro, who focuses on Corporate and Business law.
Tiiu Iverson joined the firm. Iverson practices Antitrust and Trade Regulation law.
Five associates left the firm.
Two attorneys have left the Washington, DC office: Brian Wildstein, who practices Real Estate and Construction and Banking and Finance law and received a law degree from Columbia Law School in 2004; and Ingrid Epperly, who practices Litigation and received a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 2010.
Catrine Brown left the firm. Brown practices Corporate and Business, Banking and Finance and Venture Capital and Private Equity law and received a law degree from University of California in 2004.
Meredith Esser left the firm. Esser practices Litigation and received a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 2010.
Ewan Townsend left the firm. Townsend practices Life Sciences and Health Care, Intellectual Property and International and Cross-Border law and received a law degree from Bristol University in 2008.
Five partners left the firm.
Two attorneys have left the Antitrust and Trade Regulation department: Annette Schild, who received a law degree from 1991; European Institute Saarbrucken in 1991; and Robert Hallman, who received a law degree from Stanford Law School in 2005.
James Richman left the firm. Richman received a law degree from University of California.
Jeffrey Ruggiero left the firm. Ruggiero received a law degree from Brooklyn Law School in 1988.
Christopher Rhee left the firm. Rhee received a law degree from Yale Law School in 1997.
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