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BOEING CO. Richard Hauser, 64, has joined Boeing Co. as assistant general counsel. Hauser comes to the company from the National Legal Center for the Public Interest, where he was president. Prior to that, he was general counsel of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and was also a partner at Baker & Hostetler. In addition, Hauser served as deputy counsel to former President Ronald Reagan as well as in several positions within the Justice Department. He received his law degree from the University of Miami School of Law.
DELOITTE FINANCIAL ADVISORY SERVICES Serena Moe has joined the D.C. office of Deloitte Financial Advisory Services in the anti-money laundering practice as a director. Moe, 59, works with international and domestic clients, advising them on money laundering detection and compliance programs as well as representing them before the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control. Previously, Moe worked as assistant general counsel to Citigroup Inc. in the organization’s bank regulatory department. In addition, she has served as an attorney adviser for several government agencies, including the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service. Moe earned her J.D. from George Washington University Law School.
GILBERT RANDOLPH Three attorneys have joined Gilbert Randolph as associates. Benjamin Davidson, 26, comes to the firm from Arnold & Porter, where he was an associate and practiced complex antitrust litigation. Davidson received his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center. Charley Sung practices complex civil litigation with an emphasis on alternative dispute resolution. Prior to joining the firm, Sung, 32, was an associate with DLA Piper. While there, he worked on complex litigation cases with a particular focus on litigation involving franchises. He earned his J.D. from George Washington University Law School. Brian Weinthal, 30, joins after six years in the U.S. Navy’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps. He defended clients in courts-martial, assisted them through depositions and investigations, and counseled clients through other internal investigations, boards of inquiry, and inspector general requests. Also, Weinthal served as a prosecutor in the Office of Military Commissions, the unit that prosecutes suspected Taliban and al-Qaida members held in Guant�namo Bay, Cuba, and was a prosecutor in the case United States v. Hicks. Weinthal received his law degree from Northwestern University School of Law.
MCKENNA LONG & ALDRIDGE Two attorneys have joined McKenna Long & Aldridge. Denise Trujillo is a partner in the firm’s employee benefits and executive compensation practice. Trujillo assists clients in daily operations and regulatory compliance for retirement plans, compensation programs, and health and welfare plans. In addition, she advises clients on compensation and benefit plan issues arising from mergers and acquisitions and other corporate transactions and has experience representing clients before a variety of regulatory bodies. Previously, Trujillo, 49, was chief counsel to the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, where she counseled the group on benefit plans, retirement, tax issues, and compliance. She earned her LL.M. in taxation and her J.D. from Temple University School of Law. Ted Van Der Meid, 50, has joined as of counsel in the firm’s political law practice. Van Der Meid represents corporations, individuals, and other organizations on issues involving state and federal election laws, campaign finance, lobbying laws, and ethics. He also has experience with legislative agencies and has worked on compliance, regulatory, and campaign finance matters. Before joining the firm, he served as a legal adviser in various positions on Capitol Hill for 20 years, including chief counsel to former House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.). He graduated from Syracuse University College of Law. — Attila Berry
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