August 22, 2014
Nine attorneys have joined the firm as associates.
Two attorneys have joined the Melbourne, Australia office: Alysha Tuziak, who practices Bankruptcy and Reorganization law; and Emma Dawes, who practices Arbitration and Dispute Resolution law.
Two attorneys have joined the Boston, MA office: Karol Sierra-Yanez, who practices Banking and Finance law; and Michael Davalla, who practices Banking and Finance law.
Two attorneys have joined the Berlin, Germany office: Thomas Nietsch, who practices Telecommunications and Technology law; and Dorian Dorschfeld, who practices Antitrust and Trade Regulation law.
Benjamin Tejblum joined the firm. Tejblum practices Energy, Natural Resources and Environment law.
Alexandre Brossier joined the firm. Brossier practices Corporate and Business law.
Amy Ward joined the firm. Ward practices Real Estate and Construction law.
Nine associates left the firm.
Four attorneys have left the Banking and Finance department: Mary Clarke-Pearson, who received a law degree from University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2009; Phillip Hustler, who received a law degree from University of Western Sydney in 2005; Elizabeth Winder, who received a law degree from The College of Law in 1999; and Nicholas Hemmingsen, who received a law degree from University of Michigan Law School in 2012.
Fari Beyzavi left the firm. Beyzavi received a law degree from University of Washington School of Law in 2011.
Christy Pierre left the firm. Pierre received a law degree from McGeorge School of Law in 2005.
Owen Zingraff left the firm. Zingraff received a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 2008 and moved to Winston Strawn.
Morey Yost left the firm. Yost received a law degree from Northwestern University School of Law in 2007.
Molly Nixon-Graf left the firm. Nixon-Graf received a law degree from New York University School of Law in 2011.
Two attorneys joined the firm as partners.
Haig Oghigian joined the firm. Oghigian practices International and Cross-Border and Arbitration and Dispute Resolution law.
Susan Apel joined the firm. Apel practices Corporate and Business law.
Two partners left the firm.
Andrei Soukhomlinov left the firm. Soukhomlinov received a law degree from Moscow State Institute of Foreign Relations in 1987.
Keiji Isaji left the firm. Isaji received a law degree from University of Michigan Law School in 1989.
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