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BAKER & HOSTETLER Stephen Rahaim, 46, has joined Baker & Hostetler as a partner in the firm’s energy and environmental practice. He will focus on environmental and energy law and toxic-tort litigation. Before joining, Rahaim was a partner with Duane Morris. He has represented clients in various environmental-litigation and regulatory actions. He has particular experience supervising, negotiating, and litigating all aspects of site remediation under state and federal environmental programs. He earned his J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law.
BAKER & MCKENZIE Robert Kirschenbaum has transferred to the D.C. office of Baker & McKenzie as a partner. Kirschenbaum, 56, worked in the Palo Alto and San Diego, Calif., offices of Baker & McKenzie, where he had been a partner since June 2001. He will continue to assist companies in planning and defending their transfer-pricing strategies while structuring their businesses in a tax-efficient manner. Kirschenbaum received his J.D. from the University of California at Los Angeles School of Law.
FRIED, FRANK, HARRIS, SHRIVER & JACOBSON Three associates at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson were promoted to partner. Michael Alter, an attorney in the tax department, focuses on federal income taxation. His practice has a particular emphasis on the structuring and negotiation of taxable and tax-free corporate acquisitions, reorganizations, spinoffs, and dispositions of ongoing business enterprises. Alter, 34, joined the firm in 2000. He received his J.D. from George Washington University Law School. Tommy Beaudreau, 34, an attorney in the litigation department, focuses on a wide variety of criminal and civil litigation matters, including white-collar criminal defense and internal corporate investigations. Beaudreau joined the firm in 1997. He received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, where he was a member of Georgetown International Environmental Law Review and a law clerk at the National Treasury Employees Union. He rejoined the firm in 2001 after a yearlong clerkship with Judge Jerome Friedman of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Brian Mangino is an attorney in the corporate department. He focuses his practice on private equity transactions and mergers and acquisitions, representing private equity firms and public and private corporations. In addition, he regularly advises clients on issues of corporate governance and securities law compliance. Mangino, 33, joined the firm’s London office in 2000 and transferred to the D.C. office in 2003. He received his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law.
KIRKPATRICK & LOCKHART NICHOLSON GRAHAM Robert Hibbert has joined Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham as a partner in the firm’s food and drug practice. Hibbert, 56, comes from McDermott, Will & Emery, where he was a partner. He focuses on federal regulation of the food and agricultural industries, with particular emphasis on issues relating to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Hibbert’s experience includes counseling and litigating matters involving food safety, food security, animal health, biotechnology, labeling, advertising, and new-product development. He earned his J.D. from American University, Washington College of Law.
STINSON MORRISON HECKER Stinson Morrison Hecker announced the addition of partner Barkley Clark, 67, to its Kansas City and Washington, D.C., offices. Clark joins after a 17-year tenure at Shook, Hardy and Bacon. His practice focuses on banking and commercial law, and he often serves as a witness on the Uniform Commercial Code. Clark’s areas of expertise include payment systems, secured transactions, bankruptcy, letters of credit, consumer credit, and general bank regulation. Clark has spent more than 20 years as a law professor at the University of Kansas, Georgetown Law Center, the George Washington University Law School, and the University of Virginia. Clark received his J.D. from Harvard Law School. — Nathan Carlile
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