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Washington, D.C.’s Covington & Burling has elected six of its associates to the firm’s partnership. Kerry Shannon Burke, a corporate and securities lawyer in the Washington office, focuses on capital markets and securities transactions Robert B. Heller concentrates on tax aspects of corporate and partnership transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments, public and private capital markets transactions, joint ventures and corporate restructurings. He is in the New York office. Emily Johnson Henn from the litigation group has a trial, appellate and arbitration practice that has included false advertising claims, intellectual property disputes, litigation in the financial services sector and administrative law disputes. She is in the Washington office. Philip A. Irwin of the litigation group concentrates on complex commercial and financial services litigation and has successfully tried a dozen cases in federal court and before securities arbitration panels. Irwin is based in the firm’s New York office. Grail Walsh Sipes, based in Washington, practices in Covington’s food and drug and life sciences groups, covering all aspects of drug and biologic regulation, as well as privacy issues with collection of data and biomaterials. Peter Zern from the corporate/securities group practices in Washington and focuses on sports and media transactions, finance, and mergers and acquisitions. Covington & Burling has more than 650 lawyers in Brussels, London, New York, San Francisco and Washington.

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