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Seyfarth Shaw has elevated four new partners in its San Francisco office. The new partners give the San Francisco office a total of 26 partners. Three of the new San Francisco partners practice in the firm’s labor and employment group. “These attorneys have made significant contributions to our firm and have continuously demonstrated a strong commitment to client service,” said San Francisco Managing Partner William Dritsas in a statement. Michael McKeeman is a San Francisco litigator who practices construction law. A 1994 graduate of Santa Clara University School of Law, McKeeman represents owners, contractors and design professionals in construction disputes. The other new partners are employment lawyers Maureen Bogue, Anthony Rao and Mark Ross. Bogue earned her J.D. from Cornell Law School in 1993 and focuses on employment counseling and litigation. Rao graduated from UC Davis’ King Hall School of Law in 1994 and counsels companies on preventative employment policies with respect to state and federal law. Ross has extensive experience representing management in all aspects of employment law, including trial and appellate work. A 1973 graduate of George Washington University Law School, he was formerly of counsel at the firm. — Alexei Oreskovic

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