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BARNES & THORNBURG Three attorneys from Epstein Becker & Green have joined the D.C. office of Barnes & Thornburg, forming a new disability practice group. Carolyn Doppelt Gray joins as partner. She was previously chairwoman and partner of Epstein Becker’s disability practice group. Gray, 63, is a graduate of Indiana University School of Law. Both Teresa Jakubowski and Michael Lehrhoff join as of counsel and were also in Epstein Becker’s disability practice group, where they each served as associates. Jakubowski, 35, and Lehrhoff, 49, are both graduates of Georgetown University Law Center. COVINGTON & BURLING The former chairwoman of the Surface Transportation Board, Linda Morgan, will join Covington & Burling on Sept. 3 as a partner in the firm’s D.C.-based transportation group, which focuses on railroad and other transportation matters, as well as general legislative, governmental, and policy issues. Morgan, 51, is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center. DICKINSON WRIGHT Dickinson Wright has expanded its intellectual property practice with the addition of James Calve, who joins as of counsel in its D.C. office. Calve was most recently an associate at Baker Botts in D.C., where he also specialized in intellectual property. Calve, 46, received his LL.M. from Judge Advocate’s General School and his J.D. from Cornell Law School. FLETCHER, HEALD & HILDRETH Michael Richards, 45, has joined Arlington, Va.-based Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth’s communications law practice as an associate. Richards previously practiced communications law at Shaw Pittman as an associate. He is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center. Prior to attending law school, Richards worked in radio journalism for National Public Radio, ABC, and CBS. He continues to provide comments on Public Radio International’s “Marketplace” program. FOLEY & LARDNER The D.C. office of Foley & Lardner has expanded its public affairs practice group with the addition of government affairs consultant John Stirrup. Stirrup, 46, brings over 20 years of Washington experience in legislative, regulatory, and agency representation, including positions as chief of staff for then-Rep. Thomas Coburn (R-Okla.) and manager of KPMG’s government affairs group. FOLEY HOAG Phillip Rudolph will join Foley Hoag as a partner in D.C. Randolph will work in the firm’s international practice group and focus on corporate social responsibility. Rudolph has practiced for the last five years in the general counsel’s office of the McDonald’s Corp., most recently holding the title of vice president and international general counsel. Rudolph, 44, is a graduate of the University of Chicago Law School. PORTER WRIGHT MORRIS & ARTHUR Robert Rhoad, 36, has been named partner at Porter Wright Morris & Arthur. Rhoad, who is based in D.C., specializes in litigation, health care law, and white collar criminal defense. He received his LL.M. from George Washington University School of Law and his J.D. from Vermont Law School. RADER, FISHMAN & GRAUER Ronald Kananen has been elected managing partner of the D.C. office of intellectual property firm Rader, Fishman & Grauer. Kanenen, 65, will also continue to represent his existing clients in patent and trademark matters. He is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Law. VENABLE Four attorneys have joined the telecommunications practice of Venable in its D.C. office. Frederick Joyce joins as partner and will be chairman of the practice group. Most recently he was partner in the D.C. office of Alston & Bird, where he led the firm’s telecom practice. Joyce, 45, is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center. Christine McLaughlin and Ronald Quirk each join as counsel after serving as counsel in the telecom practice at Alston & Bird. McLaughlin, 38, and Quirk, 45, are both graduates of Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law. Ellen Traupman joins as an associate and was also formerly with Alston & Bird, where she was an associate in the telecom practice. Traupman, 29, is also a graduate of Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law. — Dionne McNeff 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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