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New partners Bracewell & Patterson (Houston): The firm’s partnership ranks have swelled by 12 attorneys�Alfred G. Kyle is based in Dallas; Andrea M. Settanni is in Washington; and Audrey Mullert Vicknair practices in Corpus Christi, Texas. The other new partners, all resident in Houston, are Jay Aldis, Christopher P. Borreca, M. Coy Connelly, Douglas A. Daniels, Bryan S. Dumesnil, Aaron P. Roffwarg, Tracy C. Temple, Thomas M. Tomlinson and P. Kevin Trautner. Carlton Fields (Tampa, Fla.): At its annual shareholders meeting, the firm added seven attorneys to its roster of partners. Ana M. Craig practices in Miami; Sarah A. Long and Charlotte L. Warren are with the Orlando, Fla., office; Eric S. Adams and Sam J. Salario Jr. are based in Tampa; and Christopher C. Copeland and Garth T. Yearick are resident in West Palm Beach, Fla. Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu (New York): John P. Margiotta has joined the firm’s partnership. His practice includes litigation and counseling in trademark, unfair competition, cybersquatting, copyright, right of publicity and libel matters. He serves on the anti-counterfeiting and enforcement committee of the International Trademark Association. Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn (Detroit): Nicole D. Bogard, an expert in Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act issues, and Aradhana Das, a litigator, have both been made partner. Pachulski, Stang, Ziehl, Young, Jones & Weintraub (Los Angeles): Three of the firm’s bankruptcy attorneys have been promoted to shareholder-Samuel R. Maizel and Jeffrey W. Dulberg are in Los Angeles and Maxim B. Litvak is based in San Francisco. Plunkett & Cooney (Detroit): Robert A. Marzano and Deborah A. Strain have been elevated to shareholder status. Marzano is based in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., and Strain practices in the Mount Clemens, Mich., office. Porter & Hedges (Houston): Three associates-James M. Jordan (energy), Neal M. Kaminsky (finance) and Eric D. Wade (litigation)-have been promoted to partner. The firm focuses on energy, corporate finance and business litigation. Laterals Baker & Hostetler: Martin T. Wymer, David A. Posner and Stephen C. Sutton, all formerly with Cleveland’s Duvin, Cahn & Hutton, have signed on as partners with the firm’s employment and labor law practice. The three newcomers will continue to be based in Cleveland. Greenberg Traurig: Dick Moorhouse and John Stafford Jr. have been added as shareholders to the firm’s government contracts practice in Tysons Corner, Va. Moorhouse comes from Reed Smith and Stafford is a veteran in the fields of public and commercial contracts and dispute resolution. Kronish Lieb Weiner & Hellman (New York): Alan S. Cohen and Shira Nadich Levin have joined the firm’s real estate practice as partners, having made the jump from Morrison Cohen Singer & Weinstein of New York. Townsend and Townsend and Crew (San Francisco): Jonathan E. Jobe, who specializes in electrical, mechanical and computer-related patent prosecution, has come aboard in the firm’s San Diego office. Jobe previously headed Pillsbury Winthrop’s intellectual property group in that city. New counsel Bingham McCutchen: Pete Wilson, former California governor, senator and assemblyman and San Diego mayor, will be of counsel to the firm, based in Los Angeles. He will also be joining a subsidiary, Bingham Consulting Group, as a principal. Wilson is currently a member of President Bush’s foreign intelligence advisory board. He served recently as co-chairman of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s successful campaign for governor. Vinson & Elkins (Houston): Craig Margolis, a former assistant United States attorney, has joined the litigation section in Washington as of counsel. His practice focuses on white-collar criminal defense and appellate matters, and he has worked extensively with the FBI, Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Health and Human Services’ office of the inspector general. Firm management Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker (Los Angeles): Scott Flicker has been named vice chairman of the firm’s Washington office, joining Barbara Brown on the D.C. leadership team. Flicker, a litigation department partner, concentrates on matters of international trade and intellectual property. Preston Gates & Ellis (Seattle): David Perry has been named managing partner of the firm’s office in Orange County, Calif., strengthening the local and national practices in labor and employment advisory and litigation. Perry is accompanied by new partners Robert Bekken and William Grenner and associates Cory King, Hanh Le and Keith Watts. Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal: After more than two decades of service with the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations, Hank Moore has joined the firm as senior managing director in the Washington-based public law and policies strategy group. Moore had previously served as a budget officer at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Honored David Cole, a professor at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, has been named a “Human Rights Hero” by the American Bar Association’s Individual Rights and Responsibilities Section. Cole, an outspoken advocate for civil liberties, asserts that, along with immigrants’ liberties, citizens’ rights have been sacrificed in the “war on terror.” Office expansion Arnold & Porter (Washington): Several antitrust/competition attorneys have joined Marleen Van Kerckhove, William Baer, Tim Frazer and Susan Hinchliffe in Brussels-Niels Christian Ersb�ll, Julie Ann Goshorn, Audrey Mikolajczak and Juan Jos� Martin�z. 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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