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New partners Foley & Lardner: Fifteen senior counsel have achieved partner status-Lisa J. Acevedo (Chicago); Pavan K. Agarwal (Washington); Michael D. Crosbie (Orlando, Fla.); Pauline E. Doohan (Chicago and Detroit); Lynn R. Goodfellow (San Diego); Ivonne Mena King (San Francisco); Thomas P. Krebs (Chicago); David G. Luettgen (Milwaukee); Kevin D. Makow-ski (Milwaukee); Sheri D. McWhorter (Tampa, Fla.); James D. Nguyen (Los Angeles); Scott D. Richburg (Jacksonville, Fla.); David S. Sanders (Washington); Fritz J. Vorlop (Milwaukee); and John K. Wilson (Milwaukee). Nossaman Guthner Knox & Elliott: The partnership has five new members-Katrina June Lee practices litigation in San Francisco; Kathy K. Emanuel is with the Los Angeles litigation group; A. Catherine Norian is with the land use, environmental, real property and water practice group in Los Angeles; Diana S. Parks practices with the infrastructure and land use, environmental, real property and water groups in Los Angeles; and Alfred E. Smith practices litigation and is a member of the land use, environmental, real property and water group in L.A.. Pepper Hamilton (Philadelphia): Nine attorneys have been promoted to partner-Sean P. Fahey (health effects litigation), Nicole D. Galli (intellectual property), Jeremy Heep (commercial litigation), David M. Kaplan (employee benefits) and Michael P. Subak (construction) are in Philadelphia; the others are Thomas A. Kennedy (corporate and securities in Berwyn, Pa.); Albert H. Manwaring IV (commercial litigation in Wilmington, Del.); Daniel G. Murray (financial services in Princeton, N.J.); and James M. Singer (intellectual property in Pittsburgh). Sullivan & Worcester (Boston): Five promotions have bolstered the firm’s partnership ranks. William T. Matlack, Lisa Nalchajian Mingolla and Paul C. Oakley are based in Boston; Andrew T. Solomon is resident in New York; and David A. Fitzgerald practices in Washington. Laterals Baker Botts (Houston): A group of environmental attorneys has joined the firm’s Washington office from New York’s Kelley Drye & Warren. New partner Daniel M. Steinway leads the team and is accompanied by special counsel Thomas C. Jackson and J. Barton Seitz. Chadbourne & Parke (New York): Working out of the firm’s London and New York offices, Ayse Yuksel has joined as a corporate partner from Debevoise & Plimpton (New York). Her practice focuses on Turkey, the Middle East and central and eastern Europe. Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson (New York): Henry Lebowitz has joined as a partner in the firm’s intellectual property group, resident in the home office. He makes the move from shuttered New York IP firm Pennie & Edmonds. Richardson, Patrick, Westbrook & Brickman (Charleston, S.C.): Attorney and writer Gordon Rhea has joined the litigation firm. He worked on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, investigating the FBI’s efforts to discredit Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and exploring the CIA’s attempts to assassinate Fidel Castro. He was also a solo practitioner and an assistant United States attorney in Washington and the Virgin Islands. New counsel Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker (Los Angeles): Nine new of counsel have been appointed-Allan Bloom, Robert Grados, Jodi Kleinick and Scott Saks are in New York; Jeff Ifrah and Lisa Rushton practice in Washington; John Hyland is in San Francisco; Michael McKinnon is in Orange County, Calif.; and Ted Smith is based in Atlanta. Firm management Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone (Detroit): John R. Cook (Kalamazoo, Mich.) has been re-elected to a two-year term as managing director, along with Michael W. Hartmann (Detroit) and Brad D. Arbuckle (Troy, Mich.). Hartmann also will serve as chairman of the firm’s managing directors. Woodward, Hobson & Fulton (Louisville, Ky.): The litigation firm’s partners have elected Donna King Perry as managing partner, which the firm said makes it Kentucky’s first major law firm to have a female managing partner. Named Stephanie Showalter of the University of Mississippi School of Law has been named the new director of the Mississippi-Alabama Legal Program and the National Sea Grant Law Center, a part of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The National Sea Grant College Program ties together 30 programs devoted to the protection and sustainable use of marine resources. Raul Valdes-Fauli, a partner with Miami-based Steel Hector & Davis, has been named to the boards of Caribbean Central American Action, the Latin American Law Institute at Tulane Law School and the Cuban American National Council Inc. Valdes-Fauli is chairman of the firm’s international practice and a member of the corporate, securities and finance practice and of the international litigation and arbitration group. Awarded Vincent F. Garrity, a 41-year veteran with Philadelphia’s Duane Morris, has been selected to receive the Dennis H. Replansky Memorial Award given by the business law section of the Philadelphia Bar Association. The award recognizes honesty, integrity, professionalism and superior talent in the area of business law. New firm Gass Weber Mullins is a new boutique trial law firm in Milwaukee. It will begin operations with 10 attorneys, including five principals, Ric Gass, Ralph Weber, Tom Mullins, Brian Cahill and Paul Heaton, who represent more than 100 years of legal experience. The r�sum�s of its founding attorneys include national class actions, toxic tort cases and suits arising from the collapse of a crane at Milwaukee’s Miller Park baseball stadium. 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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