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Laterals Arnall Golden Gregory (Atlanta): Mark Guza has joined the health care team of the firm’s life sciences practice. He arrives from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services with expertise in regulatory issues governing nursing homes and hospitals. Barnes & Thornburg (Indianapolis): Twelve attorneys from Indianapolis’ Leagre Chandler & Millard’s business practice group, including founding partners Richard Leagre, Marcus Chandler and David Millard, have come aboard. Barnes & Thornburg is using the additions to bolster its service to high-growth companies. Cozen O’Connor (Philadelphia): The firm’s insurance litigation practice has expanded with the addition of Hewett Griggs Woodward to the subrogation and recovery group based in New York. Dechert: The firm has added four new lateral partners: Geoffrey K. Hurley comes to the New York-based real estate finance group; Henry N. Nassau rejoins Philadelphia’s corporate group; Stuart J. Kaswell is with Washington’s financial services group; and Laurenti Kiszczik arrives at Frankfurt, Germany’s corporate group. Duane Morris (Philadelphia): Mark R. Parthemer, formerly of Harrisburg, Pa.’s McNees Wallace & Nurick, has joined the firm’s estates and asset planning group as a Harrisburg-based partner. Parthemer practices in the areas of asset planning, federal taxation and laws pertaining to the golf retail industry. Holland & Knight: The San Francisco office welcomes Robert A. Bleicher as partner in its litigation practice. He is a seasoned securities and maritime litigation specialist who joins the firm from the San Francisco office of Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis (Philadelphia). Kelley Drye & Warren (New York): Henry T. Kelly, based in Chicago, is a new litigation partner. He represents companies in telecommunications-related matters and previously was a partner with Chicago’s O’Keefe Ashenden Lyons & Ward. Venable (Baltimore): Janet Rehnquist, former inspector general of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has joined the firm’s Washington-based health care group. She returns to private practice following 10 years of federal health care litigation and enforcement. Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati (Palo Alto, Calif.): The firm’s intellectual property counseling and patent practice has been enlarged with the arrival of partner James Shay. Based in the Palo Alto headquarters, Shay will focus on life sciences and technology companies, with a special emphasis on the medical device industry. New partners Alston & Bird (Atlanta): David L. Mathus has been appointed partner in the firm’s entertainment and new media practice group located in New York. His practice revolves around business transactions, finance, e-business and intellectual property. GrayHarris (Orlando, Fla.): Real estate attorney Gregg R. Lehrer, whose practice for the last several years has focused on the acquisition of commercial real estate, has been made a partner. New counsel Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering (Washington): Jonathan Moss, formerly a managing director with United Airlines, has joined as counsel in the home office’s international aviation, defense and aerospace practice group. His area of expertise is domestic and international airline regulatory issues. Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks (Boston): Edmund J. Walsh has been named counsel and a member of the firm’s electrical and computer technologies group. He is joined by technology specialist Thomas A. Franklin. Honored Dennis Cunningham, J. Tony Serra, Robert Bloom, Ben Rosenfeld, William A. Simpich, William H. Goodman and Michael E. Deutsch (for winning a verdict against the FBI and Oakland, Calif., in the civil rights violations of two environmental activists) and Michael Rubin, Alan M. Caplan, Albert H. Meyerhoff Jr., Pamela M. Parker, Keith F. Park, Joyce C.H. Tang and L. Thomas Galloway (for reforming the living and working conditions of Pacific Rim sweatshop workers) are the recipients of the 2003 Trial Lawyer of the Year Award bestowed by public interest law firm Trial Lawyers for Public Justice. Named Patricia Lee Refo, a commercial litigation specialist and partner in the home office of Phoenix’s Snell & Wilmer, has become chair of the American Bar Association Section of Litigation, with 70,000 members, the largest section of the ABA. New office Darby & Darby (New York): The intellectual property firm has expanded its West Coast practice with the opening of an office in Seattle. The new location will cater particularly to the high-tech and biotechnology markets. David Tellekson is the managing partner, accompanying founding partners John Branch and Eric Prager. 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.

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