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Laterals Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn (Washington): The intellectual property group has added two new partners: Marylee Jenkins and Edwin Komen, joined by associates Janine A. Carlan, John Ken Hsu and Melodie Young. Barnes & Thornburg (Indianapolis): R. Paul Guerre has joined as a partner. Based in Grand Rapids, Mich., he will concentrate in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, securities law and corporate finance. Duane Morris (Philadelphia): Joseph T. Moran (from Pepper Hamilton) and Joel M. Walker and Philip J. Uher (from Buchanan Ingersoll) have signed on as partners with the Pittsburgh office. Jones Day: The Hong Kong office has added partner Jeffrey Maddox to its roster. Maddox, who comes from Clifford Chance, focuses on representing Asian and international issuers of public and private equity and debt offerings. Kilpatrick Stockton (Atlanta): The litigation practice group has expanded with the arrival of partner Adam Charnes, recently an official at the U.S. Department of Justice. He is based in Winston-Salem, N.C. Latham & Watkins: Real estate attorney Donald I. Berger has been added as a partner with the Los Angeles office. He arrives from Morrison & Foerster, where he served as co-chairman of the real estate group. Gerald Kafka and Rita Cavanaugh, tax controversy litigation specialists, are joining the firm’s Washington office as partners. McKee Nelson of Washington was their previous law firm. Morrison & Foerster (San Francisco): Scott Doyle, an intellectual property veteran with experience as both in-house and outside counsel, has joined as a partner in the patent practice group based in Northern Virginia. New counsel Baker Botts: Alex Bourelly, whose practice focuses on white-collar criminal defense and Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement, has joined the firm as special counsel. He will be based in the Washington office’s trial department. Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft (New York): Kurt Bjorklund and George Chung (Charlotte, N.C.); Erik Remmler (New York); and Charles Steele (Washington) have been named special counsel to the firm. Greenberg Traurig: Gordon A. Schaller joins the Los Angeles office as of counsel. His practice centers on personal tax and estate issues, insurance and charitable planning and business-succession matters. Holland & Knight: Prominent civil rights lawyer George H. Kendall has joined the New York office as senior counsel. He will lend his expertise to pro bono matters as a member of the community services team. Kendall had been a senior attorney with the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund. Stites & Harbison (Louisville, Ky.): The Nashville, Tenn., office has added W. Gregory Conway as counsel. As a member of the firm’s real estate service group, Conway will focus his practice on commercial real estate matters. Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering (Washington): Robert Bratby has come aboard as counsel in the trans-Atlantic communications team, resident in London. He specializes in transactional and regulatory work for communications companies throughout Europe. Firm management Cozen O’Connor (Philadelphia): Margaret Gallagher Thompson has been named chairwoman of the trusts and estates practice. She focuses her practice on tax and estate planning for individuals, charitable organizations and family-owned businesses. Morgan, Lewis & Bockius: N. Jeffrey Klauder has been named co-head of the global mergers and acquisitions practice, along with Charles E. Engros in New York. Klauder previously partnered with the firm from 1986 to 2000 and rejoins it from technology investment and operating company Safeguard Scientifics Inc. Thelen Reid & Priest: Linda S. Husar has been appointed national chairwoman of the labor and employment department, resident in Los Angeles. She concentrates her practice on high-stakes employment litigation and wage and hour class actions. Honored William M. Saxton, counsel, director emeritus and former chairman and CEO of Detroit-headquartered Butzel Long, has received the Champion of Justice Award from the State Bar of Michigan. Saxton is an expert in labor and employment law and has more than 50 years of experience as a litigator, negotiator and counselor. Named Ren�e M. Landers is beginning a one-year term as president of the Boston Bar Association, succeeding Bingham McCutchen’s Joseph L. Kociubes. Landers is the first woman of color and the initial law professor to serve as president of the 9,400-member BBA. Brian L. Tannebaum, managing partner of Miami boutique firm Tannebaum, Planas & Weiss, has been appointed legislative director of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, which has 1,500 members. New offices Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker has established an office in Shanghai, China, its fourth Asian location. Mitch Dudek has been appointed chairman of the office and Gregory Wells and Tom Shoesmith round out the staff there. Sidley Austin Brown & Wood (Chicago) has opened a new office in Brussels, where it will assist clients with trade, regulatory and competition law issues in the European Union. The firm is bringing on two new resident partners, Richard Weiner and Laurent Ruessmann, who will be joined by Maurits Lugard. 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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