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Firm promotions Gibbons, Del Deo, Dolan, Griffinger & Vecchione (Newark, N.J.): Shepard A. Federgreen (real property and environmental law), Ghillaine A. Reid (business and commercial litigation) and Oren J. Warshavsky (intellectual property) have been named directors of the firm, resident in New York. Susan L. Nardone of the home office (employment law and products liability) was named counsel. Goulston & Storrs (Boston): Amy Moody McGrath and Michelle M. Porter have been elected to membership in the firm. McGrath concentrates her practice in commercial real estate and Porter focuses on estate and tax planning. King & Spalding (Atlanta): Nineteen attorneys have achieved partnership status: in Atlanta, Angela L. Batterson, Lisa Read Blanco, Stephen B. Devereaux, W. Todd Holleman, D. Clayton Howell, A. Shane Nichols, B. Warren Pope and Woodrow W. Vaughan III; in Houston, Penn C. Huston and Craig S. Miles; in London, Jawad I. Ali; in New York, Jennifer L. Hurley, Paul A. Straus, Lisa M. Tonery and Tracey A. Zaccone; and in Washington, Kurt A. Baca, John H. Fontham, Zachary J. Harmon and Christine E. Savage. New arrivals Alston & Bird (Atlanta): The firm’s financial services and products group has added three New York-based partners: Porfirio Ramirez Jr. (from Washington’s Arnold & Porter), Timothy P. Selby (from New York’s Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft) and Kevin Miller (from investment bank Credit Suisse First Boston). Arent Fox (Washington): Ralph A. Taylor Jr. has joined the firm’s intellectual property practice as a partner, resident in the home office. He arrives from Dorsey & Whitney, where he chaired the intellectual property litigation group. Buchanan Ingersoll (Pittsburgh): The San Diego office has added two partners to its roster: Daniel Pascucci, who will head the office and lead the firm’s California litigation practice, and patent litigator Andrew Skale. Coudert Brothers (New York): Douglas Tween, a trial lawyer with the U.S. Department of Justice, has joined the firm’s New York office as a partner with the antitrust and litigation groups. Covington & Burling (Washington): Geoffrey E. Hobart has joined as a partner with the trial, white collar and pharmaceutical litigation and investigations practice groups. Previously, as an assistant U.S. attorney for the District of Massachusetts, Hobart was recognized by Attorney General Janet Reno for his prosecution of Hell’s Angels Motorcycle Club members. Howrey Simon Arnold & White (Washington): Alan S. Cooper and Eric T. Fingerhut, trademark partners previously with Washington’s Shaw Pittman, have signed on with the firm’s intellectual property practice. They will be based in the home office. Kaye Scholer (New York): Patent litigator Scott G. Lindvall arrives as a partner, and will focus his practice in the telecommunications and electronics industries. He has represented clients including Verizon Wireless, Verizon Communications and GlaxoSmithKline Inc. Miller & Chevalier (Washington): The firm’s tax department has eight new attorneys: Members Marianna G. Dyson and Kimberly Tan Majure are joined by counsel Dwight N. Mersereau, Anthony G. Provenzano and Steven R. Schneider. Associates Michael M. Lloyd, Steven R. Dixon and Jonathan M. Prokup round out the group. Morgan, Lewis & Bockius: The litigation practice group in San Francisco has added partner William H. Campbell, previously with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California. Kimball joins Leslie Caldwell, John Hemann and Lisa Tenorio-Kutzkey, like him, all former members of the Enron Task Force. Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal: The firm’s environmental practice group has added partner Sarah T. Sullivan to its Kansas City, Mo., office. Previously, she focused on Superfund and hazardous waste matters as an associate regional counsel with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen (Philadelphia): Kenneth K. Fisher (environmental and land use) and Richard Salomon (corporate/securities) have joined the firm’s real estate practice group as partners, resident in the New York office. New counsel Nixon Peabody: Steven M. Richard has joined the firm’s business litigation practice group as counsel, based in Providence, R.I. He will focus on complex trials, employment discrimination cases, intellectual property and antitrust matters, among other areas. Firm management Gray, Plant, Mooty, Mooty & Bennett (Minneapolis): In its most recent election of officers and directors, the firm elevated Jennifer Reedstrom Bishop and William Klein to the board of directors and re-elected board members Edward Laubach and Bruce Mooty, who also continues to serve as chairman of the board and managing officer. Tamara Hjelle Olsen is vice president, David Bahls is treasurer and Jennifer Reedstrom Bishop will serve as secretary. Honored Elizabeth Balfour will receive Los Angeles-based Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton’s second annual SMRH Pro Bono Attorney of the Year Award. Balfour practices out of the firm’s Del Mar Heights, Calif., office as a member of the white-collar defense and business trial groups. The firm will donate $5,000 to the San Diego Bar Association’s Children at Risk Committee at her award ceremony. Donald R. Dunner, a patent law veteran with Washington’s Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner who has argued more Federal Circuit cases than any other litigator, was named International Lawyer of the Year for Patents by Who’s Who Legal: The International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers. 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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