Mark Tuohey, who has made a name for himself as one of Washington, D.C.’s go-to white-collar defense attorneys, is leaving Vinson & Elkins after 16 years to join Brown Rudnick. The reason? At age 63, Tuohey was fast approaching Vinson & Elkin’s mandatory retirement age of 65. He starts work at Brown Rudnick as an equity partner on June 1.

Tuohey, who specializes in complex civil and criminal litigation, internal corporate investigations and compliance programs, has a high-profile book of business and said many of his clients will make the move with him. Tuohey is currently representing former Washington Metropolitan Police Chief Charles Ramsey in the Pershing Park mass arrest case. The National Law Journal previously reported that the case has generated at least $1.53 million in fees for Vinson & Elkins so far.

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