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Nixon Peabody has elected nine new partners in seven practice areas. The new partners are: • Todd Tidgewell in the venture capital, emerging growth and technology group in Albany. Prior to joining Nixon Peabody, Tidgewell was assistant general counsel and vice president of fund development at Village Ventures, Inc. • Gregg A. Rubenstein to business litigation in Boston. Rubenstein focuses on franchise and distribution litigation, complex commercial litigation, non-compete disputes and trade secrets. • Ruth H. Silman to the energy and environment practice in Boston. Silman leads Nixon Peabody’s Climate Change Team, a group of lawyers and environmental scientists/engineers who are assisting the firm’s energy, industrial and financial clients regarding the challenges and opportunities emerging from the issue of climate change. • William D. Pegg to technology and intellectual property practice in Chicago. Pegg’s practice includes patent prosecution and counseling clients on infringement avoidance, due diligence reviews, and licensing. • Christian D. Hancey and Stephen J. Jones to labor and employment in Rochester. Hancey advises on executive compensation, stock award plans, incentive compensation, and employment and severance agreements. • David L. Pieterse to the real estate and construction practice in Rochester. Pieterse represents corporations, universities and developers throughout the country in the negotiation of complex design, construction and development agreements. • Jeffrey C. Selman to the venture capital, emerging growth and technology group in Silicon Valley. Selman represents start-up and venture capital�backed technology and life sciences companies on formation, equity and debt financing, restructurings and general corporate matters. • Gregory N. Doran to the syndication group in Washington. Doran represents syndicators, project sponsors, qualified community development entities and investors in structuring and negotiating transactions involving the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) as well as the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC).

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