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Laterals Baker & Hostetler (Cleveland): The firm’s white collar crime and corporate criminal investigations team has been bolstered with the arrival of former federal prosecutor Thomas D. Warren. He will represent corporations and executives in investigations, litigation and appellate matters. Broad and Cassel (Orlando, Fla.): Daniel I. Small is a new member of the health law, commercial litigation, and white collar criminal and civil fraud defense practice groups, resident in Miami. He was vice-chair of the ABA’s white collar crime committee and, prior to assuming his new position, was general counsel for a health care management firm. Dickstein Shapiro Morin & Oshinsky (Washington): Harvey Sherzer and Scott Arnold, formerly of Greenberg Traurig, have joined as partners in the firm’s government contracts practice group. Also coming aboard is energy industry consultant Donald J. Gelinas, who arrives after more than 30 years with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Greenberg Traurig: Paul R. Glassman has been added as a shareholder, resident in Los Angeles. Glassman, a member of the Southern California bankruptcy bar, practices exclusively in the field of bankruptcy law, drawing clients from the high-tech, entertainment and health care industries. Holland & Knight: Former Dorsey & Whitney partner Philip Baker-Shenk has joined the firm’s Indian and gaming practice group in the firm’s Washington office. He served previously as general counsel to the Senate committee on Indian affairs under Senator John McCain, R-Ariz. Sacher, Zelman, Van Sant, Paul, Beiley, Hartman, Terzo, Rolnick & Waldman (Miami): Alan H. Rolnick has become a partner in the firm’s class action and “big case” litigation practice. With extensive experience in complex commercial litigation, he has represented classes in cases involving securities, antitrust and consumer claims. Schiff Hardin & Waite (Chicago): Garry S. Grossman has become a partner in the Washington office’s intellectual property group, arriving from Fenwick & West of Montain View, Calif. The firm’s Chicago-based real estate practice group also has a new partner in Everett S. Ward, who made the move from D’Ancona & Pflaum (which merged into Seyfarth Shaw in September). Thompson & Knight (Dallas): Robert Viguet Jr. has been added as a partner in the firm’s corporate and securities practice group based in Houston. He was previously a shareholder and management committee member of Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White & Martin of Houston. Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering (Washington): Laura Wertheimer is a new partner with the firm’s securities and litigation sections, focusing on clients with SEC disclosure and accounting issues. She had been a partner at Shea & Gardner of Washington. New partners Fenwick & West (Mountain View, Calif.): Four new partners have been elevated from the associate ranks: Barton W.S. Bassett and Ward S. Connolly are members of the tax group and Michael A. Sands and Henry C. Su belong to the litigation group. All are in Mountain View. Quarles & Brady (Milwaukee): Chicago-based litigators Joel A. Brodsky (commercial litigation group) and Scott Watson (labor and employment practice group) have been promoted to the firm’s partnership. New counsel Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone (Detroit): Harold J. Decker, former interim president and CEO of the American National Red Cross, has joined the firm’s Kalamazoo, Mich., office as senior counsel. He provides advice to management, directors and in-house counsel of publicly held companies, government agencies and nonprofit organizations. Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler (New York): Anthony Paul Coles has joined as of counsel. He focuses on commercial and investigative matters and, from 1994 to 2001, served as New York City deputy mayor for planning, education and cultural affairs. Firm management Dewey Ballantine (New York): The strategic oversight of the firm will be the responsibility of Sanford W. Morhouse and Morton A. Pierce, who have been elected co-chairmen of the management committee. Richard Shutran and Gordon E. Warnke have become co-managing partners and are responsible for day-to-day operations, along with Executive Director Dennis D’Alessandro. Appointed Michael Gerrard, New York-based head of Washington’s Arnold & Porter’s environmental practice group, has been named chair-elect of the American Bar Association’s Environment, Energy and Resources Section. Burton A. Landy, Akerman Senterfitt shareholder and international practice group chairman emeritus, has been reappointed as honorary consul general of the Republic of Korea for Florida. An expert in international arbitration and mediation, he is South Korea’s official representative in the state. Honored Peter Alfandary, founder and head of Reed Smith’s French group, is to be presented with the Legion of Honor, France’s highest civilian award. Given by the French government in recognition of his services to Anglo-French legal and commercial relations, Alfandary’s honor is the equivalent of an English knighthood. Madeleine A. Kleiner, executive vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary of the Hilton Hotels Corp., has received the Association of Corporate Counsel’s Matthew J. Whitehead Diversity Award. The award honors her commitment to a more diverse culture in the legal profession, her firm and her legal department. 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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