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New partners Zuckerman Spaeder (Washington): Francis Carter joins as partner in the firm’s home office. Most recently a solo practitioner, he is a former director of the Public Defender Service. New counsel Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo (Boston): Two attorneys join the business and finance section as of counsel to the firm’s Washington office-Jonathan M. Aberman and David Dutil. They were both members of the corporate and securities group of Fish & Richardson. Strasburger & Price (Dallas): David L. Doggett joins the corporate and securities practice unit as of counsel to the firm’s San Antonio office. He was previously vice president of the legal department at The Scooter Store, a provider of power wheelchairs and scooters. New arrivals Epstein Becker & Green (New York): Five attorneys join the firm’s Atlanta office from Holland & Knight-as partners, Jeffrey Y. Lewis, Preston C. Delashmit, Robert Lesser and J. Todd Butler; and as senior associate, Randolph R. Smith Jr. Holland & Knight: Two attorneys join the private wealth services practice as senior counsel-in Tampa, Fla., Robert J. Kline; and in St. Petersburg, Fla., Tina Dunsford. Kline was previously managing director and senior trust officer for the Northern Trust Co. Dunsford was previously with Akerman Senterfitt of Orlando, Fla. Thacher Proffitt & Wood (New York): Two attorneys join the corporate and financial institutions practice group in the firm’s home office-as partner, Steven R. Howard and as counsel, Thomas M. Majewski. They arrive from Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison of New York. Firm promotions Bracewell & Patterson (Houston): Five attorneys have been elected to the partnership-in Dallas, K. Brock Bailey (transportation); and in Houston, Philip D. Fraissinet (construction), Neil E. Giles (energy), Ross D. Kennedy (insurance) and William R. Marlow (project finance). Dykema Gossett (Detroit): Eight attorneys have been elected to the partnership-in Ann Arbor, Mich., Thomas M. Hanson (litigation); in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., Wendy Z. Linehan (taxation and estates), Thomas J. Murray and Paul L. Nystrom (litigation) and Adam B. Strauss (intellectual property); in Detroit, Benjamin W. Jeffers and Thomas M. Schehr (litigation); and in Grand Rapids, Mich., Mark van der Laan (litigation). Fulbright & Jaworski (Houston): Nine attorneys have been promoted to the partnership-in New York, Edward P. Dolido (complex commercial); in Houston, John F. Kapacinskas (medical malpractice) and Rick L. Rambo and Charles B. Walker Jr. (intellectual property); in Minneapolis, John F. Klos (patents) and Christopher K. Larus (trademark); in Washington, J. Scott Maberry (international law); in San Antonio, Lisa Horvath Shub (pharmaceuticals); and in Dallas, R. Ross Viguet (technology). Morrison & Foerster: Twenty-two attorneys have been elected to the partnership. In San Francisco, Brooks M. Beard, Kenneth W. Brakebill and Mia Mazza (litigation); Walter I. Conroy (corporate); and Joy S. MacIntyre (taxation). In Tokyo, Stuart S. Beraha (technology transactions) and Louise C. Stoupe (litigation). In Hong Kong, Paul W. Boltz Jr. (corporate). In Walnut Creek, Calif., Gregory B. Caligari (real estate). In San Diego, Peng Chen (patents) and Jose L. Pati�o (litigation). In McLean, Va., Raj S. Dav� (patents). In New York, Joel C. Haims and J. Alexander Lawrence (litigation), Vivian L. Hanson (technology transactions) and Jennifer J. Mink (financial transactions). In Palo Alto, Calif., Timothy J. Harris (corporate) and Sunil R. Kulkarni (litigation). In Los Angeles, Sandra Lee Montgomery (financial transactions) and Sonia S. Waisman (litigation). In Irvine, Calif., Craig S. Mordock (corporate). In Denver, David Thatcher (corporate). Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn (Detroit): Two attorneys have been elected to the partnership-Angela M. Brown (litigation) and Christopher J. Falkowski (intellectual property). Laterals Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld: Gavin B. Watson joins the global projects practice as partner in the firm’s London office. He was previously at the London office of Atlanta’s King & Spalding. Brigham Moore (Miami): Ron A. Adams joins the eminent domain practice as partner in the firm’s home office. He was previously a senior partner in the litigation department of Miami’s Steel Hector & Davis. Greenberg Traurig: Two attorneys join the firm’s litigation department as partners-in Florham Park, N.J., Roger B. Kaplan; and in New York, Michael Burrows. Kaplan was previously a senior litigation partner at Woodbridge, N.J.’s Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer; Burrows was a partner at Chicago’s Winston & Strawn. Kaye Scholer (New York): Five attorneys join the business reorganization and creditors’ rights practice as partners-Margot Schonholtz, Mark Liscio, Madlyn Gleich Primoff, Scott Talmadge and Jill Kurtzman. They were all previously partners at Clifford Chance. Pepper Hamilton (Philadelphia): Two attorneys come on board as partners-in Newport Beach, Calif., Michael A. Rule (intellectual property); and in Philadelphia, William J. Brennan IV (health effects). Rule was previously a partner at Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth in Newport Beach. Brennan was previously a partner in the Philadelphia office of Pittsburgh’s Buchanan Ingersoll. New practices Venable has formed a government contractor services group comprised of nearly 30 attorneys from across the firm, representing 17 legal disciplines that affect clients doing business with federal, state and local governments. 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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