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WASHINGTON — Epstein Becker & Green, already known as a health care powerhouse, has beefed up its health care and life sciences practice with the addition of 11 attorneys in its D.C. office. Besides nine new associates, the firm also has brought on board senior counsel Robert Penezic, who joined from Broad and Cassel’s Fort Lauderdale, Fla., office; and partner Steven Skwara, who joined from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, where he served as associate general counsel and as director of fraud investigation and prevention. The new attorneys bring the number of health care and life sciences lawyers in EBG’s Washington office, to 64. Among the firm’s more than 380 attorneys, over 100 attorneys practice health law full-time. The firm’s government contracts practice group in Washington has also expanded, with the addition of first-year associate Amy Kingston. “As Epstein Becker & Green continues to grow and prosper, we expect the Washington, D.C.,office to be a large component of that growth,” said Steven B. Epstein, a founder of the firm and head of the D.C. office. “With these additions, we add strength to our national leadership in the firm’s founding practice, health care and life sciences, as well as to our longstanding focus in Washington, D.C., on government contracts law.” In addition to incoming first-year associates (Emily Bajcsi, Bryant Godfrey, Sarah Morabito, Tina Rao, Joel Rush, Nisha Shah and Amy Siegel), Epstein Becker has added to its health care and life sciences practice mid-level associate Kate Tarallo, who transferred from the firm’s Chicago office and senior associate Benjamin Martin, who joined Epstein Becker from Arnold & Porter’s Washington office.

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