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BAKER BOTTS Paul Lutherhas rejoined Baker Botts as a partner in the firm’s D.C. office. Luther, an associate with the firm from 1992 to 2000, was most recently a partner in the D.C. office of Piper Rudnick. Luther works as a member of the Baker Botts global projects group, focusing his practice on international trade. Luther, 38, earned his law degree at the University of Texas School of Law. CARR MALONEY Dennis Quinnhas been elevated to partner at D.C.’s Carr Maloney. Prior to his election, Quinn had been an associate at the firm. Quinn, 40, concentrates his practice on commercial litigation, product liability, and professional malpractice defense. He received his law degree from George Washington University Law School. CASHDAN, KANE & SELTZER Diane Seltzerhas joined Cashdan, Golden & Kane as a partner. The firm, which concentrates on employment law, is now known as Cashdan, Kane & Seltzer. Seltzer, 35, had been a partner with D.C.’s Law Offices of Diane A. Seltzer. She is a graduate of American University’s Washington College of Law. CROWELL & MORING D.C.’s Crowell & Moring recently added three new partners — Robert Lipstein, Matthew Jaffe,and Donald Toker— and a new senior counsel, Grace Lawson,to its D.C. office. Lipstein, Jaffe, and Lawson had been principals in the D.C. antitrust and international trade boutique Lipstein, Jaffe & Lawson, formed in 1994. Lipstein, 48, will work in the firm’s antitrust practice. Prior to creating his own firm, Lipstein spent 10 years with the D.C. office of Coudert Brothers, where he advised multinational corporations on mergers and acquisitions, pricing and distribution practices, and general antitrust compliance. Lipstein received his law degree from Stanford Law School. Jaffe, 47, will focus his practice on international trade. Prior to creating his own firm, he spent more than a decade in the D.C. office of Coudert Brothers. He earned his law degree at the University of Denver College of Law. Lawson, 35, will work principally with Crowell & Moring’s corporate and intellectual property groups, with some time dedicated to antitrust and trade matters. Lawson earned her J.D. at the University of Chicago Law School. Toker, 41, formerly a partner in Hale and Dorr’s Northern Virginia office, has joined Crowell & Moring’s corporate group. Toker concentrates primarily on mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, and securities law. He is a graduate of Columbia Law School. LITTLER MENDELSON Nancy Deloguhas been named partner in the D.C. office of Littler Mendelson. Delogu’s practice includes defending employers in employment disputes before federal and state courts and administrative agencies on issues ranging from workplace harassment to breach of contract. She also has particular expertise in the laws governing a drug-free workplace and drug-testing issues. Delogu, 36, received her law degree from the College of William & Mary’s Marshall-Wythe School of Law. VENABLE Nora Garrote,formerly the partner in charge of the technology group for the D.C. and Northern Virginia offices of San Francisco’s Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison, has joined Venable’s D.C. offices as a partner. Garrote specializes in intellectual property and technology transactions, with a particular focus on computer technology, telecommunications, and health care. Garrote, 44, is a graduate of the Columbia University School of Law. SPEISER KRAUSE Former National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Jim Hall has affiliated himself with the Arlington, Va., office of aviation law firm Speiser Krause. Hall will serve as a special consultant on aviation-accident investigations. His first assignment will be to assist in the representation of family members of those killed in US Airways Express Flight 5481 in Charlott, N.C. Hall will continue to serve as principal of D.C. ‘s Hall & Associates, a government and regulatory affairs consulting firm specializing in transportation safety and security issues. Hall, 60, earned a baccalaureate of legal letters degree at the University of Tennessee. WILLCOX & SAVAGE The Norfolk, Va., office of Willcox & Savage has brought on Timothy Lockhart,formerly of Hogan & Hartson’s Reston, Va., office. Lockhart joins the firm’s corporate, securities, and finance section and will also head the intellectual property group. His practice emphasizes software and technology licensing; e-commerce and Web site agreements; trademark and copyright counseling; and registration and intellectual property litigation, arbitration, and mediation. Lockhart, 46, is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center. Please send notices of new hires or promotions to Eva Rodriguez at [email protected]. Notices should include new title and area of specialization, previous place of employment and title, education, and age.

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