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Movers is compiled and written by The National Law Journal’s Roger Adler. Please send material to The National Law Journal, 105 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016, or e-mail: [email protected]. Carlton Fields: David S. Drobner (shareholder with the Miami-based real estate section); John A. Camp (shareholder with Miami’s litigation and dispute resolution group); and Hardy L. Roberts III (leader of Tampa, Fla.’s mold litigation practice) are new additions to the firm’s roster. Carroll, Burdick & McDonough (San Francisco): Alexander P. Imberg has joined the California firm’s products liability practice group as a partner in its San Francisco office, after two years in Stuttgart, Germany, as an international coordinating counsel for Lungerhausen & Smith. Carter Ledyard & Milburn (New York): The firm’s Washington office has added environmental lawyer Michael C. Davis as a partner from Norfolk, Va.’s Willcox & Savage. His forte is environmental and corporate litigation. Fitzpatrick, Cella, Harper & Scinto (New York): John D. Murnane, president-elect of the New York Intellectual Property Association, has joined as a partner. He focuses on patent work in the chemical, biological and mechanical industries. Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher (Los Angeles): Richard M. Cieri has joined as a partner in the firm’s New York office from Jones Day. He will also be chairman of Gibson Dunn’s business restructuring and reorganization practice section. Greenberg Traurig: Five intellectual property attorneys have joined the firm’s Denver office: Shareholders George G. Matava, John R. Posthumus and Brian A. Carpenter; of counsel Gayle L. Strong; and associate Shelley K. Barton are the newcomers. Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe: Four partners, along with 15 other attorneys, have joined the firm’s Hong Kong office: Carson Wen, Michael Phillips, Katherine C.M. U and Susan Yu. Kirkland & Ellis (Chicago): Jennifer M. Morgan, arriving from New York’s Sullivan & Cromwell, has joined as a partner with the firm’s real estate practice group based in New York. Real estate private equity and mergers and acquisitions are her areas of expertise. Morrison & Foerster (San Francisco): The firm’s capital markets practice has added two new derivatives experts as partners. They are David Kaufman and Joseph Suh, who will operate out of the firm’s New York office. Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker: Carl Sanchez has joined the firm’s institutional mergers and acquisitions group in San Diego as a corporate partner, having made the move from Palo Alto, Calif.-based Cooley Godward. Two colleagues, Deyan Spiridonov and Claudia Simon, will accompany him. Sidley Austin Brown & Wood (Chicago): Project-finance experts Alan Epstein and Anne Falvey have come aboard as partners, resident in the firm’s New York office. They join from New York’s Kelley Drye & Warren. Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy (Atlanta): M. Todd Wade (corporate finance and governance), Carl A. Gebo (transactions and dispute resolution), Nicole Jennings Wade (civil litigation) and Ilene H. Ferenczy (benefit plans) have been elected as partners. Ropers, Majeski, Kohn & Bentley (Redwood City, Calif.): Associates Kathryn C. Curry (Redwood City), Terry P. Anastassiou (San Francisco) and Kim C. Karelis (Los Angeles) have joined the partnership. Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft (New York): Anthony Davis has been named special counsel, resident in London. He joins the firm’s tax department from the Inland Revenue, where he was a senior United Kingdom tax policy advisor. Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone (Detroit): Robert Lennon has signed on as senior counsel in the firm’s Kalamazoo, Mich., office and will concentrate on business, finance and real estate matters. Pepper Hamilton (Philadelphia): Employee benefits attorney Michael H. Rosenthal has been elected of counsel. He will counsel employers, benefit plans and fiduciaries in a full range of employee benefit matters. Prior to joining Pepper, Rosenthal was a senior lawyer with the U.S. Department of Labor, specializing in Employee Retirement Income Security Act enforcement litigation. Barbara K. Heffernan, a Washington-based partner at Chicago’s Schiff Hardin & Waite, is the new president of the Energy Bar Association, whose 2,000 members promote the proper administration of federal laws relating to energy matters. She is the chairwoman of her firm’s energy, telecommunications and public utilities group. Ed Magarian of Minneapolis’ Dorsey & Whitney has been chosen chairman of the board of the Innocence Project of Minnesota. Halleland Lewis Nilan Sipkins & Johnson’s David T. Schultz has been named secretary. In the last few years, the Innocence Project Network, created in 1992 by Barry C. Scheck and Peter J. Neufeld, has secured the release of 127 wrongfully convicted people. Margaret Clemens, Carolyn Nussbaum and Anita Pelletier, Nixon Peabody attorneys based in Rochester, N.Y., have been recognized for their pro bono activities by the New York State Bar Association, the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York and the Monroe County Bar Association, respectively. Foley & Lardner has announced the opening of a new Tokyo office to serve as a liaison for its Japanese clients. It will also launch an initiative to assist its global clients in conducting complex business transactions, many of which focus on intellectual property and technology issues.

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