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DISCOVERY DAY Applied Discovery Inc.‘s lone local staffer has been joined by three attorneys in the Seattle-based company’s first formal D.C. office. Rob Hellewell, a former D.C. antitrust and trade regulation lawyer at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, and Michael Finley, who had been counsel at Baltimore’s Constellation Energy Group and previously was with the corporate and antitrust practice groups at Crowell & Moring, joined the electronic discovery services company as client development representatives. Stephen Faherty, who moved from the D.C. office of Howrey Simon Arnold & White, is an account manager. — Lily Henning RUNNING FRIED, FRANK Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson has named new co-managing partners: Valerie Ford Jacob, 50, and Paul Reinstein, 51. Jacob will continue to run the firm’s capital markets practice. Reinstein, a corporate lawyer, has been the chairman of the management committee in the New York office for more than a decade. — Richard Barbieri JUDGE SHOPPING Blank Rome has added two ex- judges as litigation partners. Vincent Poppiti, 57, the former top family court judge in Delaware, joins the Wilmington office. Stephen Orlofsky, 58, has left the U.S. District Court in New Jersey to return to the firm he practiced at for 16 years before he was appointed by President Bill Clinton. He will practice in Cherry Hill. — R.B. BROBECKIANS LAND Last week brought more news of ex- Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison lawyers landing new jobs. Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker has picked up 41 lawyers, and Pillsbury Winthrop has hired 23 partners, associates, patent law clerks, paralegals, and others — R.B. INDIAN LAW BOOM Dorsey & Whitney has boosted its Indian law practice in D.C., adding Karen Atkinson, a former senior counsel to the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs; Christine Swanick, who is transferring from the Costa Mesa, Calif., office; Gina Allery, a Columbia University School of Law graduate; and legislative assistant Joy Meyers. Edward Roybal, former Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation tribal attorney, has joined the group in Costa Mesa. — L.H.

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