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ARTER & HADDEN Gordon Woodwardhas joined the D.C. office of Arter & Hadden as an associate. Woodward, 34, will work in the firm’s litigation practice group, where he will concentrate on insurance defense and commercial litigation. Before joining the firm, he practiced law with Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis. Woodward is a graduate of George Washington University Law School. CHADWICK, WASHINGTON Jerry Wright Jr.,formerly senior staff attorney for the Supreme Court of Virginia, has joined Chadwick, Washington, Olters, Moriarty & Lynn as an associate in the firm’s Glen Allen, Va., office. The Fairfax, Va.-based Chadwick, Washington specializes in community association law. Wright, 38, is a graduate of the T.C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond. COLLIER SHANNON SCOTT D.C.’s Collier Shannon Scott recently announced that Robert Cassidy,former assistant U.S. trade representative, has joined the firm as director of international trade. Prior to joining the firm, Cassidy was the managing director of trade and investment at McKenna, Long & Aldridge. Cassidy, 58, holds a master’s degree in economics from Boston College. FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION Evan Rikhye,formerly of D.C.’s Barbour Griffith & Rogers, has joined the Federal Election Commission as special assistant and counsel to Vice Chairman Bradley Smith. At the FEC, Rikhye will assist Smith with Federal Election Campaign Act enforcement matters and Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act rule making. Rikhye, 32, received his law degree from American University’s Washington College of Law. GREENBERG TRAURIG Greenberg Traurig’s D.C. office has expanded its international trade practice with the addition of four attorneys. Teresa Polino,who joins as a partner, practices international trade and customs law. She most recently practiced law in the D.C. office of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg. Polino, 50, earned her law degree at Georgetown University Law Center. Chandri Navarro-Bowmanalso joins as a partner and concentrates her practice on international trade and customs law. Like Polino, she was most recently with the D.C. office of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg. Navarro-Bowman, 39, received her law degree from American University’s Washington College of Law. Ira Shapiro,who joins as of counsel, focuses his practice on international trade law, policy, and government relations. He most recently practiced with Long, Aldridge & Norman, and joins Greenberg Traurig after a run for Congress in Maryland. Shapiro, 55, is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Susan Rentonalso joins the firm as of counsel. Her practice emphasizes international trade and customs law, and her past experience includes serving as an attorney for the U.S Customs Service’s Office of Regulation and Rules. Renton, 42, holds a law degree from Whittier College School of Law. JORDEN BURT Denise Feehas been named partner in the D.C. office of Jorden Burt. Fee, who had been of counsel with the firm, specializes in complex civil litigation and class actions and has extensive experience in matters relating to sales practices, including defending state consumer fraud actions. Fee, 47, earned her law degree at Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law. ROSS, DIXON & BELL David Gischehas been elected managing partner in the D.C. office of Ross, Dixon & Bell. As managing partner, Gische will have primary responsibility for the strategic direction, management, and administration of the firm. Gische, 53, is a graduate of Yale Law School and has focused his practice on insurance coverage and professional liability defense work. — Tiffany Hamilton Please send notices of new hires or promotions to Eva Rodriguez at [email protected]. Personnel notices should include new title and area of specialization, previous place of employment and title, education, and age.

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