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New Arrivals Alston & Bird (Atlanta): Dimitri Nionakis has joined the litigation and trial practice and the securities litigation groups. He is a former associate counsel to President Bill Clinton. Peggy Whitmore has also been added to the firm’s health care group. A registered nurse, she was a senior counsel at the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General. Berger Singerman: Three new attorneys have bolstered its ranks: Steven Garellek and Lawrence Steinberg are shareholders, and Mindy Stein is an associate, in the firm’s transaction team, resident in the Boca Raton, Fla., office. Duane Morris (Philadelphia): Nanette O’Donnell, formerly of McDermott, Will & Emery, is a new partner in the firm’s health law practice. She focuses on regulatory compliance and contracting issues for clients including community hospitals, diagnostic imaging centers and physician practices. Kelley Drye & Warren (New York): The intellectual property practice and technology practice groups have a new partner in Steven J. Moore, who joins the firm’s Stamford, Conn., office. Moore is a veteran in the areas of high-stakes patent litigation and complex transactional matters. He also is experienced in patent counseling and procurement, and represents India-based pharmaceutical companies in Mumbai and New Delhi. King & Spalding (Atlanta): George Crawford, a 25-year veteran of Capitol Hill, has joined as senior government relations advisor in the firm’s public policy and government advocacy practice, resident in Washington. He is the former chief of staff for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and also served with Senator Howell Heflin, D-Ala., and representatives Claude Pepper, D-Fla., and Joe Moakely, D-Mass. Miller & Chevalier (Washington): The firm’s trade policy group of its international department has added to the roster senior policy advisor Jon Huenemann. He brings with him more than 25 years of experience in providing advice on trade and related domestic issues. Prior to his arrival, Huenemann had a 16-year stint at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. Morrison & Foerster: Whitney Holmes has joined the Denver office as a partner in the firm’s corporate group. He makes the move from Washington-based Hogan & Hartson, and focuses his practice on corporate finance, securities and mergers and acquisitions. Proskauer Rose (New York): The firm’s Paris office has significantly expanded with the arrival of six partners from Rambaud Martel: Christophe Lapp, Jean-Philippe Sorba, Valerie Lafarge-Sarkozy, Emmanuelle Payrau, Philippe Goossens and Guillaume Kellner, who all join the international litigation and corporate practices. Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton (Los Angeles): Richard Pugh, based in Century City, Calif., has returned to the firm from Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker in Los Angeles. As a partner in the finance and bankruptcy practice group, he will represent lenders and corporate buyers in a variety of debt financing transactions. New Counsel Akerman Senterfitt (Orlando, Fla.): Richard F. Joyce has joined as of counsel to the firm’s principal office as a member of the corporate practice group. Previously, he served as co-chief executive officer, president, general counsel and chairman of the board of directors of Dixon Ticonderoga. Firm Management Foley Hoag (Boston): Litigation partner Robert S. Sanoff, a specialist in environmental and insurance law, has been elected co-managing partner, replacing Peter Rosenblum. He will co-manage the firm in tandem with Michele Whitham. Business partner David Broadwin has also been elected to the executive committee for a four-year term. Nominated Darryl W. Jackson, a partner at Washington-based Arnold & Porter, has been nominated to be assistant secretary for export enforcement at the U.S. Department of Commerce. He is in line to become the top federal official enforcing the laws that govern the export control and anti-boycott provisions of the Export Administration Regulations. His current practice focuses on complex civil litigation and white-collar criminal defense. 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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