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CHADBOURNE & PARKE Chadbourne & Parke has elected three new partners in its D.C. office. Todd Alexander,33, works out of the firm’s project finance group and specializes in representing both developers and lenders participating in U.S. and international project financings. Alexander, a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, had been an associate prior to his election to partner. Philip Goodman,42, is based in the firm’s reinsurance/insurance group, where he concentrates his practice on reinsurance arbitration and litigation, as well as international commercial arbitration. Goodman, who was counsel before his election to partner, is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Joy Langford,34, also works out of the firm’s reinsurance/insurance group and was an associate before being elected partner. She concentrates her practice on insurance and reinsurance litigation and arbitration, and also provides strategic counseling on a wide range of issues involving insurance and reinsurance. Langford earned her law degree at Georgetown University Law Center. MILLER & CHEVALIER Angela Styleswill be returning to D.C.’s Miller & Chevalier as a partner in the firm’s government contracts practice group. Styles has served as the administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy within the Office of Management and Budget since May 2001. Styles, 36, is a graduate of the University of Texas School of Law. THELEN REID & PRIEST Andrew Ness,managing partner of Thelen Reid & Priest’s D.C. office, has been reappointed to the firm’s executive committee, which is responsible for day-to-day operations, implementation of firm growth, practice management and development, and firm administration. Ness was also recently elected to Thelen Reid’s partnership council, which sets overall policy for the firm and is responsible for strategic planning and oversight for firm management. Ness, 50, is a Harvard Law School graduate and focuses his practice on dispute resolution and counseling on construction- and design-related matters. WOMBLE CARLYLE Mark Palchickhas joined Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice as senior counsel in the firm’s D.C. office. Palchick, who had been a partner at Holland & Knight, will be a member of the telecommunications group, specializing in telecom regulatory issues, international copyright, negotiations for the renewal of cable television franchises, and interconnection agreements between private carriers, among other matters. Palchick, 53, is a graduate of Dickinson School of Law. Please send notices of new hires or promotions to Eva Rodriguez at [email protected] legaltimes.com. Personnel notices should include new title and area of specialization, previous place of employment and title, education, and age.

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