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New partners Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Fifteen attorneys have achieved partnership status-Fred I. Williams (Austin, Texas); Jeffrey Goldfarb (Dallas); Kristen O. Jesulaitis (Houston); L. Rachel Lerman Helyar, Jason Karlov, Shahzad A. Malik, David P. Simonds and Brian Van Vleck (Los Angeles); Nancy Chung, Lewis J. Kweit and Ackneil M. Muldrow III (New York); and Barry W. Brandon, Lars-Erik A. Hjelm, Matthew A. Rossi and Todd M. Stenerson (Washington). Alschuler Grossman Stein & Kahan (Santa Monica, Calif.): Four former associates comprise the 2004 partnership class. They are Jeremy E. Pendrey, Meredith M. Moss and Roland K. Telis, who practice general commercial litigation, and Bridgette M. Taylor, who focuses on entertainment litigation. Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy (Santa Clara, Calif.): The firm has elected six new members to the partnership-Jonathan C. Adams, Haseena J. Enu, Enrique Gonzalez III, Lisa M. Koenig, Lisa M. Ryan and Helena S. Younossi. Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn (Detroit): Three new partners have been elected-Peter C. Bolton and Frank L. Gorman practice with the firm’s bankruptcy, reorganizations and commercial law department, and Jennifer L. Marquardt is with the corporate and securities department. Jackson Lewis: The firm has 13 new partners-Jennifer Brown Shaw, Paul H. Derrick, Sean Hanagan, Edward V. Jeffrey, Barry Alan Johnsrud, Randall W. Lord, Kathleen G. Maylin, Richard S. McAtee, Susan K. McKenna, Tasos C. Paindiris, John A. Snyder, John F. Tratnyek and C. Todd Van Dyke. Squire, Sanders & Dempsey: Nine attorneys have been newly admitted to the partnership of the firm-in Los Angeles, Alexandra A. Bodnar and Adam R. Fox; in Columbus, Ohio, D. Lewis Clark, Holly H. Heer and Michael R. Reed; in Cleveland, Martha S. Sullivan; in Phoenix, Brigitte Finley Green; in Moscow, David M. Wack; and in Tokyo, Michael G. Prince. Townsend and Townsend and Crew (San Francisco): Eight of the firm’s attorneys have been elevated to partner-in Palo Alto, Calif., Greg Bishop, Steve Cho, Gary Ritchey, Annie Rogalski, Barmak Sani and Kent Tobin; and in San Francisco, Patrick Jewik and Annette Parent. Laterals Coudert Brothers (New York): Janet Hernandez, formerly with the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration, has been appointed to lead the firm’s Washington-based global telecommunications and technology practice group. Covington & Burling (Washington): Martin B. Gold, who for the past year has served as floor advisor and counsel to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, has joined the firm as a partner in the legislative practice group. Gold, the author of Senate Procedure and Practice: An Introductory Manual, also served as counsel to former Senate Majority Leader Howard Baker. Greenberg Traurig: The global trade practice based in Washington has been augmented with the arrival of Irwin Altschuler, David Amerine, Arturo Jessel, Steve Mulder, Jeffrey Neeley and Donald Stein. The group comprises veterans in the field of complex trade remedies who have extensive experience in litigating trade appeals before the World Trade Organization. New counsel Arnold & Porter (Washington): Three associates have been elected counsel-Edward T. Arnold, Amy B. Rifkind and Kevin A. Zambrowicz. Bingham McCutchen: Three new counsel have been chosen-Tony Fuller and Sabita Singh practice in the litigation arena, and Jeannie Sears is with the business group. Firm management Pillsbury Winthrop: Thomas Flaherty, head of the office employment and labor group, has been appointed to serve as managing partner of the firm’s Northern Virginia office in McLean, Va. Flaherty will have primary responsibility for the operations and strategic growth of the site, which has 10 patent agents and 55 attorneys on its roster. Firm combination Reed Smith’s attorney lineup will grow with the arrival of 21 lawyers from the New York and Beverly Hills, Calif., offices of Hall Dickler. Hall Dickler’s involvement will enlarge Reed Smith’s profile in the advertising, marketing and promotion areas. Newcomers to Reed Smith include Hall Dickler principal Doug Wood, who will lead the advertising and marketing law group, along with members Michael Meyers and Peter Raymond. Named Richard Bieder, a class action attorney with Bridgeport, Conn.’s Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder, has been named president of Trial Lawyers Care Inc., a national nonprofit organization providing free legal services to families and victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Selected Lynn E. Calkins, Joanie Y. Kim, Judith M. Mercier, Jennifer S. Oosterbaan and Susan I. Santana have been chosen to participate in Holland & Knight’s Rising Star Program, a leadership and economic development program for the firm’s female attorneys. The five honorees were chosen based on their professional experience, community involvement and leadership qualities. Honored David M. Zacks, a litigation partner with Atlanta’s Kilpatrick Stockton, is the recipient of the Justice Robert Benham Award for Community Service given by the State Bar of Georgia in recognition of his outstanding community contributions. Inspired by his college friend, Brian Piccolo, Zacks has put in 35 years of service with the American Cancer Society, including a stint as its national chairman. 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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