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White & Case has announced the election of 31 new partners. In Ankara, Turkey, Mehtap Yildirim Ozturk specializes in international commercial and financial transactions. She also represents clients in complex antitrust, antidumping arbitration and commercial lawsuits. In Bratislava, Slovakia, Marek Staron advises clients in the areas of direct foreign investments, mergers and acquisitions, telecommunications regulatory issues, financing, securities and corporate matters. In Frankfurt, Thomas Flatten focuses on bank finance, while Christopher Schroeder’s principal areas of practice are German and international tax law and accounting law. In Hamburg, Kai-Michael Hingst specializes in bank finance and corporate law. In the London office, Jonathan Bloom concentrates on corporate finance and U.S. securities law. Alan Burke has a range of experience in corporate transactions. He represents public and private corporations, governments and banks. Colin Chang is a U.S. securities lawyer specializing in underwriter and issuer representation in high-yield debt offerings, with an emphasis on leveraged buyout financings. Nick Collins has experience advising project sponsors, multilateral lending agencies, export credit agencies and commercial banks in international banking, asset finance and project financings. Paul Cowan has experience in national and international construction dispute resolution, including international and national arbitration, litigation and adjudication. Nicholas Greenacre advises on employee benefits and pensions. Sam Hamilton focuses on leveraged, investment grade and emerging markets finance. Christopher Langdon focuses principally on project finance and development and has extensive experience in joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, off-takes and concessions. Evgenia Laurson is an English and Russian law-qualified partner who focuses on structured finance and mergers and acquisitions and covers a range of sectors. Simon Morgan specializes in structured finance, securitization and capital markets products, with a focus on structured cross-border emerging market transactions. In the Miami office, Mark Bagnall advises issuers and underwriters on public and private offerings of debt and equity securities, with a focus on offerings by Latin American issuers. He also advises on mergers and acquisitions and a broad range of other corporate and commercial matters. In New York, David Johansen focuses on securities offerings and also advises on securities law in connection with mergers and acquisitions and restructurings, as well as general corporate law matters. Daniel Nam specializes in corporate finance transactions and general securities and corporate matters. Daren Orzechowski specializes in intellectual property law and handles both litigation and transactional matters. Ank Santens focuses on international arbitration. In Paris, Charles Nairac concentrates on international commercial and investor-state arbitration. In Prague, Damian Beaven focuses on international corporate and commercial transactions. In the Singapore office, Guan Feng Chen specializes in cross-border financing transactions and private corporate debt restructurings in Asia. Brad Roach advises clients in the oil and gas and energy sectors. Huey Yann Thong advises clients in the areas of banking, structured finance, project finance and debt restructuring. In Stockholm, Lennart Pettersson focuses on private and public mergers and acquisitions and corporate transactions, as well as general corporate and commercial law. In Tokyo, David Case is an experienced disputes and licensing attorney practicing in the areas of intellectual property, product liability, privacy and data protection.

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