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Movers is compiled and written by Roger Adler. Please send material to him at The National Law Journal, 105 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016. Alston & Bird (Atlanta): Ralph F. Boyd Jr., assistant attorney general for civil rights, and Robert N. Driscoll, deputy assistant attorney general and chief of staff of the Civil Rights Division at the U.S. Department of Justice, are joining as Washington-based partners with the firm’s litigation practice. Cozen O’Connor (Philadelphia): Its business law group has expanded with the addition of family law attorneys David Ladov (senior member) and Rochelle Grossman (member), who will work in the firm’s West Conshohocken, Pa., office. Duane Morris (Philadelphia) has added three new partners to its London office. Ray Smyth and Mark Hartley made the move from the British firm Gold Mann & Co., and are accompanied by Milan Patel. Greenberg Traurig: Mark Krietzman, formerly counsel at Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, has joined as a shareholder in the firm’s Los Angeles intellectual property practice. Daniel H. Black, also a shareholder, bolsters the L.A.-based entertainment practice with his arrival. Shareholders K.C. Lee, W. Michael Kelly and Mary Voce, previously partners with Coudert Brothers, have signed on in the firm’s New York office as well-Lee and Kelly in corporate and securities and Voce in the tax department. Kilpatrick Stockton (Atlanta): Constance K. Robinson, the director of operations for the U.S. Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division, has joined the Washington office as a partner. With 30 years of experience in the antitrust field, Robinson will focus on mergers and acquisitions, counseling and litigation. Lowrie, Lando and Anastasi (Cambridge, Mass.): The intellectual property firm has added Thomas M. Sullivan (specializing in corporate patent portfolios) and Ann Lamport Hammitte (focusing on trademark protection and enforcement) as partners. Morgan, Lewis & Bockius: Immigration and nationality lawyers Eleanor Pelta, Madeline Fain Ellis and Eric S. Bord have joined the firm’s northern Virginia-based labor and employment law practice group. Piper Rudnick: Three litigators have been added as partners in the New York office: Mark C. Zauderer (trials, appeals and arbitrations); David E. Nachman (securities and class actions); and Jonathan D. Lupkin (RICO and white-collar defense). Snell & Wilmer (Phoenix): Kevin Hein and Richard Krumbein have been added to the Denver office’s retail services group. Hein concentrates on real estate and franchise matters and Krumbein on international business transactions and joint ventures. Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker: Amy Egger, Scott Hudson and Carolyn Sullivan (New York); Jennifer Baldocchi and Cara Miller (Los Angeles); Gordon Hart (San Francisco); Karen Koenig (Atlanta); and Greg Lang (Stamford, Conn.) have been named of counsel to the firm. A. Scott Bolden, a partner with Reed Smith’s government relations and litigation group, has been elected chairman of the District of Columbia Democratic State Committee. He is a former president of the D.C. Chamber of Commerce. Edward L. Rubinoff, a partner with Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, has been appointed to the president’s export council subcommittee on export administration, a senior-level advisory board at the Department of Commerce and the Bureau of Industry and Security. He is currently the chairman of Akin Gump’s export control and economic sanctions practice. Fred D. Gray has received the Soaring Eagles Award from the Minority Caucus of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America in recognition of his contributions to the legal profession and his role in helping legal professionals of color. Among other accomplishments, Gray represented Rosa Parks in her landmark segregation case and served as Martin Luther King’s first civil rights attorney. George M. Haley, a partner in the Salt Lake City office of Denver-based Holme Roberts & Owen who also heads the firm’s litigation practice group, has been recognized by the American Board of Trial Advocates as the Utah Trial Lawyer of the Year. Brian A. Sun, a name partner at Santa Monica, Calif.’s O’Neill, Lysaght & Sun, is the winner of the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Defense Attorney of the Year award honoring legal excellence in the field of criminal justice. Pennie & Edmonds (New York): The IP firm is establishing a new office in San Diego, the firm’s second in California, to be led by partner Anthony M. Insogna. Laurie A. Axford, also a partner, will team up with Insogna. Both attorneys have extensive biotechnology and pharmaceutical experience.

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