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New partners Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson (New York): Five attorneys have been made partner�Andrew J. Colosimo, Kevin J. Harnisch, Angelique C. Mamby, Gil Raviv and Sherri L. Snelson. Hogan & Hartson (Washington): Gregory G. Garre rejoins the firm as partner in the home office and the head of the firm’s Supreme Court and appellate practice. Most recently, he served for four years as an assistant to the solicitor general. Katten Muchin Zavis Rosenman: Brian P. Netols joins the firm as partner in the national litigation department in the Chicago office. For the past 14 years, he served in the U.S. attorney’s office in Chicago, as trial counsel in the public corruption section of the criminal division. Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi (Minneapolis): David A. Balto joins the firm’s Washington office as partner. He was previously policy director of the Bureau of Competition of the Federal Trade Commission and a partner at White & Case. Laterals Alschuler Grossman Stein & Kahan (Santa Monica, Calif.): M. Katharine Davidson joins the firm as a tax partner in the transactional department. Previously she was a tax partner with Pillsbury Winthrop, where she co-led the media and entertainment industry team. Baker & McKenzie: Roslyn Tom comes on board as partner in the North American corporate and securities practice at the firm’s New York office. A specialist in domestic and international securities offerings, she was previously a partner at Dewey Ballantine of New York. Brigham Moore (Miami): John W. Little III comes aboard as partner. Previously a partner at Miami’s Steel Hector & Davis, he will establish the firm’s West Palm Beach, Fla., office. King & Spalding (Atlanta): Tia S. Barancik arrives at the firm’s New York office as partner. A specialist in transactions in regulated industries, she was previously a partner at LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae of New York. Piper Rudnick: Ty D. Laurie and Daniel S. Brennan joined the firm’s Chicago office as partners. They were formerly with Chicago’s Schiff Hardin & Waite. New counsel Young Clement Rivers (Charleston, S.C.): Judge William Howard, who presided over the Susan Smith murder trial, joins the firm as special counsel. Currently Alternate Dispute Resolution Commission chairman for South Carolina, a Supreme Court-appointed position, one of his practice areas will be mediation. New arrivals Coudert Brothers (New York): Six attorneys join the global mergers and acquisitions practice in the firm’s Singapore office-Oliver Wright, Dan Marjanovic, David Chong, Rashed Idrees, Rina Lee and Tan Su-Ming. They were all previously with Denton Wilde Sapte in Singapore. Lewis & Munday (Detroit): Two attorneys join the firm�Leroy C. Richie, former general counsel of Chrysler Motors Corp., and Samuel E. McCargo, former vice president and associate general counsel of The Wellness Plan. Richie will serve as of counsel and McCargo will focus his practice on litigation. Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw (Chicago): Four attorneys arrive from Beveridge & Diamond of Washington�David Krakoff, Christopher Regan (partners), Ilana Sultan (counsel) and James Parkinson (associate). New practice area Proskauer Rose (New York) is forming a law firm advisory practice group, which will provide full-service representation to law firms. The group includes lawyers from the firm’s labor, corporate and litigation departments who have extensive experience of representing and advising law firms on litigation matters and partnership disputes. It will be co-chaired by partner Steven C. Krane, former president of the New York State Bar Association, and counsel David N. Ellenhorn. Firm expansion Carlton Fields (Tampa, Fla.) is opening an Atlanta office. Wayne Shortridge, formerly office managing partner at Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker of Los Angeles, will serve as the Atlanta office managing shareholder. Slotnick Shapiro and Crocker (New York) is opening an office in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in conjunction with its association with Argentina law firm Archimbal, Bissoni, Carcavallo, Vila & Associates Elected Jeffrey M. Goldberg of the Jeffrey M. Goldberg Law Offices in Chicago has been elected president of the TLPJ Foundation. The foundation is the nonprofit parent of Trial Lawyers for Public Justice. The International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC) elected the new members of its board of directors for the 2004-2005 term: George S. Hodges, senior partner at Boeggeman, George, Hodges & Corde of White Plains, N.Y., is the new president of the IADC. Gregory M. Lederer, senior trial partner with Simmons, Perrine, Albright & Ellwood in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, was elected president-elect of the IADC. Robert D. Hunter, general counsel for Altec Inc. in Birmingham, Ala., has been elected corporate vice president. Appointed Mike Lynn, name partner at Lynn Tillotson & Pinker of Dallas, has been appointed co-chair of the federal practice task force of the American Bar Association Section of Litigation. Honored Mark J. MacDougall, a litigation partner in the Washington office of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, has received the NAACP’s Foot Soldier in the Sands Award. The annual award honors attorneys “who have gone above and beyond the call of duty on behalf of the NAACP and its civil rights agenda.” Movers is compiled and written by George Szamuely. Please send material to him at The National Law Journal, 105 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016, or [email protected].

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