August 22, 2014
Four attorneys have joined the firm as associates.
Two attorneys have joined the Richmond, VA office: Nicholas Grainger, who practices Real Estate and Construction, Mergers and Acquisitions and Banking and Finance law; and Ryan Pedraza, who practices Corporate and Business law.
Thomas DeVita joined the firm. DeVita practices Energy, Natural Resources and Environment law.
Elizabeth Spivey joined the firm. Spivey practices Real Estate and Construction and Banking and Finance law.
Robert Elliott left the firm. Elliott practices Intellectual Property and Litigation and received a law degree from The George Washington University in 2008.
Three attorneys joined the firm as partners.
Three attorneys have joined the New York, NY office: Jonathan Forstot, who practices Arbitration and Dispute Resolution, Appellate and Litigation and was at Dentons previously and received a law degree from Boston University School of Law in 1988; Patrick Fitzmaurice, who practices Litigation and Arbitration and Dispute Resolution law and was at Dentons previously and received a law degree from Brooklyn Law School in 2001; and Louis Curcio, who practices Litigation, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution and Real Estate and Construction law and was at Dentons previously and received a law degree from St. John’s University School of Law in 2001.
Three partners left the firm.
William Fendley left the firm. Fendley received a law degree from New York University in 2000.
Kenneth Godlewski left the firm. Godlewski received a law degree from Ohio State University in 1991.
Ryan Berry left the firm. Berry received a law degree from Washington and Lee University in 2004.
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