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New Partners Goodwin Procter (Boston): Anthony R.G. Nolan joins the business law department as partner in the firm’s New York office. He was previously counsel to the securitization and derivatives group at New York’s Shearman & Sterling. Morrison & Foerster: Ronald G. White joins the white collar and securities litigation group as partner in the firm’s New York office. He arrives from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York, where he served as deputy chief of the business and securities fraud section. Stoel Rives: Beth Ugoretz rejoins as managing partner in the firm’s Portland, Ore., office. She was most recently senior vice president and general counsel at Northwest Natural Gas. New Counsel Holland & Knight: Amy Starzynski joins the education policy team as senior counsel to the firm’s Washington office. She was previously chief operating officer of the Georgia Department of Education. Reed Smith: Patricia A. Moores joins the products liability group as counsel to the firm’s New York office. An aviation defense attorney, she was previously a partner at New York’s Biedermann, Hoening, Massamillo & Ruff. Firm Promotions LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae (New York): Nine attorneys have been named as partners and four as of counsel. As partners, in New York, Scott D. Avitabile (corporate), Elizabeth B. Bannigan (corporate/ insurance), Geoffrey H. Coll (litigation/ white collar) and Donna L. Gordon (litigation); in Moscow, Mark M. Banovich (corporate); in Hartford, Conn., David R. Greene (environmental health and safety) and J. Dormer Stephen III (corporate/technology); and in Washington, Markian M.W. Melnyk (energy and utilities) and Derek C. Smith (international). As of counsel, Susan E. Golden (New York), Gail L. Gottehrer (Hartford), George E. Anhang (Washington) and Barrett D. Mitchell (Pittsburgh). Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps (San Diego): Five attorneys have been promoted to the partnership-in Los Angeles, Wayne E. Beaudoin (business/complex litigation); and in San Diego, Lynn A. Borkenhagen and Steven E. Otto (real estate), John D. Edson (insurance) and Katherine M. Hoffman (intellectual property). Pitney Hardin (Florham Park, N.J.): Two attorneys have been elected to the partnership-Barry M. Benjamin (intellectual property and technology) and Wendy Johnson Lario (labor and employment). Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis (Philadelphia): Three attorneys have been elected to the partnership-in Philadelphia, Jonathan Liss (commercial litigation) and Robert McKinley (intellectual property); and in San Francisco, Matthew Miller (products liability). Steel Hector & Davis (Miami): Four attorneys have been elected to the partnership-in Miami, Digna French and Carlotta Roos (complex litigation) and Richard Winston (corporate and international taxation); and in West Palm Beach, Fla., Scott Coffey (transactions). Winstead Sechrest & Minick (Dallas): Four attorneys have been promoted to the partnership-in Houston, Cheryl Can Crabbe (wealth preservation) and Ricardo Garcia-Moreno (corporate/securities); in Fort Worth, Texas, David F. Johnson (appellate and litigation/dispute resolution); and in Dallas, Brian S. Short (real estate). Laterals Manatt, Phelps & Phillips (Los Angeles): Two corporate and finance attorneys join the firm as partners-in New York, Jay S. Rand; and in Costa Mesa, Calif., Bart Greenberg. Rand was previously a partner at the New York office of Morrison & Foerster, where he led the venture capital and emerging companies practice group. Greenberg was a partner in the corporate practice group in the Irvine, Calif., office of Seattle’s Preston Gates & Ellis. Nixon Peabody: Forrest David Milder joins the syndication practice group as partner in the firm’s Boston office. He was previously chairman of the tax practice group at Boston’s Brown Rudnick Berlack Israels. Proskauer Rose (New York): Seven attorneys join as partners in the firm’s Boston office-Daniel Finkelman (private equity funds); Robin Painter, Malcolm Nicholls and David Tegeler (corporate and securities); Stephen Mears (venture capital); and Mary Kuusisto and Arnold May (taxation). They were all previously partners at Boston’s Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault. Firm Mergers Gerber & Samson of Wayne, N.J., has merged into Adorno & Yoss of Miami. Steven Gerber will be partner-in-charge of Adorno & Yoss’ new New Jersey office. Elected Scott Kosnoff, co-chairman of Indianapolis-based Baker & Daniels’ insurance and financial services team, has been elected chairman of the Federation of Regulatory Counsel board of directors for a one-year term. The federation’s mission is to raise the standard of excellence for insurance regulatory practice. Appointed Andrew J. Foley, a partner in the corporate department and a member of the Canadian practice group at New York’s Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, has been invited to join the Securities Advisory Committee of the Ontario Securities Commission for a term of three years. Michael J. Powers, a partner at Chicago’s Hinshaw & Culbertson, has been appointed to serve as a Will County judge by the circuit judges of Will County in Joliet, Ill. Raymond Van Dyke, partner in the Washington office of Nixon Peabody, has been named chairman of the Greater District of Columbia Chapter of the Licensing Executives Society (USA and Canada) Inc. 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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