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New Partners Kilpatrick Stockton (Atlanta): Armand DeKeyser comes on board as executive director of the government relations group in the firm’s Washington office. For the past eight years he served as chief of staff to U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions, R-Ala. Winstead Sechrest & Minick (Dallas): James L. Bayless Jr. joins the government relations practice as partner in the firm’s Washington office. He was previously managing partner of three legislative-consulting firms, providing counseling for corporate clients on matters before the U.S. government. New Counsel Holland & Knight: Three attorneys join the business practice as senior counsel to the firm’s New York office-Victor F. Guaglianone, George F.A. Parnell and Kenneth J. Stuart. Guaglianone was previously a vice president and associate general counsel at GE Capital. Stuart was previously executive vice president and general counsel at ORIX USA Corp. White & Case: Delbert R. Terrill Jr. joins the international trade practice as counsel to the firm’s Washington office. He was previously an administrative law judge at the U.S. International Trade Commission. New Arrivals Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft (New York): Four attorneys join the business fraud and complex litigation group in the firm’s Washington office-as partner, Peter Clark; and as special counsel, H. Lowell Brown, Philip Urofsky and Stephanie J. Meltzer. Clark was previously deputy chief of the fraud section of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Criminal Division. Brown was previously assistant general counsel at Northrop Grumman Corp. Urofsky was previously assistant chief of the fraud section of the DOJ’s Criminal Division. Meltzer was previously assistant U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia. Sidley Austin Brown & Wood: Food and Drug Administration Chief Counsel Dan Troy, and Coleen Klasmeier, special assistant to the chief counsel, join the life sciences practice in the firm’s Washington office. Troy comes on board as partner, Klasmeier as counsel. Firm Promotions Jones Day: Thirty-four attorneys have been named partners. In Dallas, Michael K. Blais (employee benefits); Susan C. Cox (real estate); Christopher Groves, Greg L. Weselka and Tamara Marinkovic (litigation); and Daniel P. Winikka (business restructuring). In Cleveland, Denise A. Carkhuff and Walter S. Holzer (mergers and acquisitions), F.D. Feeling (intellectual property), Steven N. Geise (products liability), Thomas A. Hamilton (environmental) and Paula Batt Wilson (litigation). In New York, Richard H. Engman (business restructuring) and Jennifer Seraphine (intellectual property). In Atlanta, Joseph E. Finley (litigation). In Washington, Michael S. Fried and Lawrence D. Rosenberg (issues and appeals), Julie E. McEvoy (litigation) and Michael S. McFalls (antitrust). In Chicago, Michelle M. Harner (business restructuring), David J. Kates and Edward B. Winslow (corporate finance) and John A. Marlott (intellectual property). In Munich, Germany, Peter H. Homberg (mergers and acquisitions). In Los Angeles, Harry I. Johnson III (labor and employment) and Brent D. Sokol and Michael A. Tomasulo (intellectual property). In Pittsburgh, Thomas S. Jones (litigation). In Taipei, Taiwan, Hong J. Kao (mergers and acquisitions). In Frankfurt, Germany, Andreas K�ster-B�ckenf�rde (taxation). In Tokyo, Yuichiro Mori (business restructuring) and Toshihiko Tsuchiya (mergers and acquisitions). In Columbus, Ohio, Brian G. Selden (litigation). In Paris, My Linh X. Vu-Gr�goire (mergers and acquisitions). Merchant & Gould (Minneapolis): Three intellectual property attorneys have been promoted to the partnership-in Minneapolis, Mark Skoog and Erik Swenson; and in Denver, Timothy Scull. Laterals Fish & Richardson: Alan Albright and Barry Shelton arrive as partners in the firm’s newly-opened Austin, Texas, office. They were both previously partners at Gray Cary Ware & Freidenrich. King & Spalding (Atlanta): Two attorneys arrive as partners at the firm’s New York office. Dominick DeChiara, previously a partner in the mergers and acquisitions practice at O’Melveny & Myers, joins the private equity practice. H. Slayton Dabney Jr., previously a partner at Richmond, Va.-based McGuireWoods, joins the financial restructuring practice. Trout & Richards (Washington): Plato Cacheris and John Hundley come on board as partners. They were both previously partners at Baker & McKenzie. The firm’s name will change to Trout Cacheris. Cacheris’ former clients include ex-Attorney General John Mitchell, Fawn Hall, Monica Lewinsky, Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen. Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease (Columbus, Ohio): Brett G. Kappel joins the government relations and lobbying practice group as of counsel to the firm’s Washington office. He was previously at the Washington office of Atlanta’s Powell Goldstein. Winston & Strawn (Chicago): Gregory S. Shatan joins the intellectual property practice as partner in the firm’s New York office. He was previously a partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius. Appointed Kendal Tyre, partner and diversity action committee co-chairman in Nixon Peabody’s Washington office, has been appointed chairman of the National Bar Association’s corporate diversity initiative task force. His objective will be to execute a program through which Fortune 500 companies and majority law firms will be asked to sign a diversity pledge created by the bar association. 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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