January 12, 2015
Six attorneys joined the firm as partners.
Three attorneys have joined the Miami, FL office: Patrick Martin, who practices Labor and Employment law and was at Littler Mendelson previously and received a law degree from Florida State University College of Law in 1993; Christopher Barnett, who practices Real Estate and Construction law; and Michael Thomas, who practices Real Estate and Construction law.
Two attorneys have joined the Tokyo, Japan office: Koichiro Ohashi, who practices Banking and Finance, Intellectual Property and Mergers and Acquisitions law and was at White & Case previously and received a law degree from Columbia Law School in 2001; and Yuji Ogiwara, who practices Labor and Employment, Telecommunications and Technology and Intellectual Property law and was at White & Case previously and received a law degree from Tokyo University in 1987.
Bob Comer joined the firm. Comer practices Consumer and Retail, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution and Litigation and was at Norton Rose Fulbright previously and received a law degree from University of Colorado School of Law.
Three partners left the firm.
Frederick Lappin left the firm. Lappin received a law degree from Boston University School of Law in 1973.
Michal Bien left the firm. Bien received a law degree from Warsaw University in 2001.
Genna Garver left the firm. Garver received a law degree from Northeastern University School of Law in 2000.
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