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New Partners Holland & Knight: Two attorneys arrive as partners. Vernon S. Lynch III joins the real estate practice as partner in the firm’s Washington office. Currently special real estate counsel to the Office of the Attorney General of Maryland, he was previously a partner at Lynch & Nelson of Baltimore. Robert S. Highsmith Jr., deputy executive counsel to Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue, rejoins the firm’s Atlanta government practice as a partner. Howard & Howard (Bloomfield Hills, Mich.): Two attorneys have been named partners-in Ann Arbor, Mich., Cara J. Edwards Heflin (commercial litigation); and in Lansing, Mich., Matthew T. Smith (construction litigation). Hunton & Williams (Richmond, Va.): D. Bruce Hoffman rejoins the firm’s Washington office as partner and vice chairman of the antitrust practice group. Previously he served at the Federal Trade Commission, most recently as deputy director of the Bureau of Competition. Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw (Chicago): 33 associates and counsel have been appointed partners. In Chicago, David Ciancuillo, Julie Anne Gillespie, Angela Ulum, Bradley Keck and Ami Scott (banking and finance); Katherine Clark, Mike Forde and Andrew Rosenman (litigation); Gary Colton (taxation); William Kucera, Michael Murray and Kevin Rang (corporate); and Steven Washington (government and global trade). In Cologne, Germany, Rene Voigtlaender (antitrust law/public procurement). In Frankfurt, Germany, Ulrike Binder (corporate law) and Daniel Marschollek (intellectual property). In Houston, Quan Vu (banking and finance). In London, Bruce Bloomingdale (banking and finance), James Dodsworth (real estate), Louise Hobbs (employment), Tim Nosworthy and Michael Wallin (corporate) and Stephen Woodward (litigation). In Los Angeles, Brian Aronson (real estate) and Allen Erenbaum (government and global trade). In New York, William Candelaria (banking and finance), Joseph De Simone (litigation) and Randall Gibeau and Andrea Schwartzman (corporate). In Washington, David Gossett and Andrew Nicely (litigation), Geofrey Master (corporate) and Arthur Walker (taxation). Osha & May (Houston): Sean Lewis comes on board as partner in the firm’s newly opened Santa Clara, Calif., office. He was previously senior in-house counsel at Sun Microsystems Inc. Pillsbury Winthrop: Twelve attorneys have been promoted to the partnership-in New York, Shinya Akiyama (finance); in San Diego-North County, Richard L. Blaylock (intellectual property), Kimberly A. McDonnell (antitrust) and Christopher M. Forrester (corporate securities); in San Francisco, Craig J. Bristol and Devin Rainey Cuyler (intellectual property); in McLean, Va., Thomas A. Cawley Jr. and Bryan P. Collins (intellectual property); in Costa Mesa, Calif., Darren K. Cottriel (litigation) and Mark Andrew Romeo (employment); in Palo Alto, Calif., Mark J. Danielson (intellectual property); and in Los Angeles, Stewart S. Harrison (insurance). New Arrivals Baker & McKenzie: Three attorneys join the global energy practice in the firm’s Dallas office-as partners, Barry F. Cannaday and Vince Murchison; and as associate, Martin P. Averill. They arrive from Jenkens & Gilchrist of Dallas. Bingham McCutchen: Two attorneys join the investment management practice group in the firm’s Boston office-as partner, Richard Goldman, and as of counsel, Steven Giordano. They both arrive from Nutter, McClennen & Fish of Boston. Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner (New York): Nine attorneys arrive from the construction and surety practice groups of Hartford, Conn.’s Halloran & Sage-as partners, Brian J. Donnell, Dennis C. Cavanaugh and Gregory R. Faulkner; as of counsel, Robert M. Barrack; and as associates, Martin A. Onorato, Peter E. Strniste Jr., Steven J. O’Neill, Gregory K. Holness and Todd R. Regan. In addition, Dino Fazlibegu joins the real estate practice as partner in the firm’s home office. He was previously special counsel to Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft of New York. Laterals Kirkland & Ellis (Chicago): Gerald J. Flattmann Jr. joins the intellectual property practice as partner in the firm’s New York office. He was previously a partner at Fish & Neave of New York. Manatt, Phelps & Phillips (Los Angeles): Timothy M. Clark comes on board as partner in the firm’s New York office. He was previously a partner at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett of New York, where he focused on capital markets transactions. McCarter & English (Newark, N.J.): Steven G. Eckhaus joins the firm’s New York office as partner. He was previously a partner at New York’s Eckhaus & Olson. Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland & Perretti (Morristown, N.J.): Charles S. Detrizio joins the corporate group as partner in the firm’s home office. He was previously a partner at the New York office of Atlanta-based King & Spalding. Elected Philip M. Horowitz, partner at Venable’s Washington office, has been elected president-elect of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers. He will serve a year as president-elect beginning in January, and will take over the presidency in 2006. Honored Fitzpatrick, Cella, Harper & Scinto of New York is winner of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association’s 2004 Thomas L. Sager Award for the Northeast Region. Glenn Gundersen, co-chairman of Dechert’s intellectual property group, is the recipient of the International Trademark Association’s Volunteer Service Award for Advancement of the Organization. Edward I. Koch, former mayor of New York and partner in Bryan Cave’s New York office, is the recipient of the New York Federal Bar Council’s Emory Buckner Medal for Outstanding Public Service. Movers is compiled and written by George Szamuely. 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