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LEADING MINTZ, LEVIN Ch�rie Kiser, a D.C. partner at Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, has been named to the firm’s new five-member management team. Kiser, 44, will be responsible for integrating the firm’s newest offices and affiliates. The management group, headed by Chairman and President R. Robert Popeo, will oversee practice development, finances, and other issues. Mintz, Levin has 500 attorneys and senior professionals nationwide. � Lily Henning ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIRE Hogan & Hartson has added Tom Strickland, former U.S. attorney for Colorado, as a Denver partner. Strickland, 50, was the state’s chief federal prosecutor from 1999 to 2001. Before joining the government, he spent 15 years as a partner at Denver-based Brownstein, Hyatt & Farber and oversaw the firm’s D.C. office. � Richard Barbieri LONDON TAX PUSH Minneapolis-based Dorsey & Whitney has added six tax attorneys to its 40-lawyer London office. The firm hired the former Landwell UK Group Tax Litigation team from Landwell, the network of firms associated with PricewaterhouseCoopers. Simon Whitehead, 40, will lead the group for Dorsey & Whitney, which has 700 lawyers in 21 offices in Europe, Asia, Canada, and the United States, including 45 in its D.C. location. � L.H. FRESHFIELDS GROWS In April, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer will move its 21 lawyers in the District from a 17,000-square-foot office on I Street to a larger space at 701 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. Freshfields has subleased 23,660 square feet with room for 39 lawyers, in anticipation of growth in its antitrust and tax practices, says partner M.J. Moltenbrey, who is overseeing the move. The D.C. office nearly doubled in size last June when the firm brought on a group of antitrust lawyers, which composed Freshfields’ first antitrust practice in the United States and filled a gap in its global network of 240 antitrust, competition, and trade law specialists. The firm’s antitrust practice had been centered mostly in Asia and in western Europe, where it was recognized in 2001 by Chambers Global as Antitrust Law Firm of the Year. Freshfields, which has 2,400 lawyers in 28 locations around the world, opened its D.C. office nearly four years ago, at the time focusing primarily on project finance and tax practice. � L.H.

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