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Fulbright & Jaworski, which has nearly 1,000 lawyers in 16 locations, has elected 11 lawyers to the firm’s partnership. “We are delighted to welcome this outstanding group of lawyers to join us as partners during an exciting time in our firm’s history,” Steven B. Pfeiffer, who chairs the firm’s Executive Committee, said in a news release. “We are strategically adding talented and experienced lawyers to our worldwide offices.” In Austin, Texas, Paul Trahan handles complex commercial litigation in a variety of industries. In Dallas, Texas, Denise Webb Glass has worked in Fulbright’s health law section since 1997. She concentrates on operational, business and related regulatory issues affecting the health care services industry. Oscar Rey Rodriguez, also in Dallas, is a member of the firm’s appellate practice group and litigation department. He focuses on state and federal appellate and trial litigation. Also in Dallas, Bryn Alan Sappington advises publicly and privately traded companies on mergers and acquisitions, offerings of securities and other corporate matters. In Houston, Texas, Christopher J. Lallo concentrates on domestic and international tax matters. He has experience in tax planning related to domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions and advises clients on the U.S. federal income tax consequences of various transactions. Michael S. McCoy, who is also based in Houston, handles intellectual property and technology-based litigation. He also counsels about securing, managing and maximizing profits from intellectual property, in addition to identifying and protecting assets through patent, copyright and trademark applications. In Los Angeles, Michael Thomas Clark handles corporate and securities law matters with an emphasis on mergers an acquisitions. In London, Antony James Corsi handles dispute resolution, primarily complex commercial litigation, alternative dispute resolution, risk assessment and internal and regulatory investigations. Richard Hill, who is also in London, is a member of the firm’s international arbitration group and handles commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution. In New York, David A. Rosenzweig handles matters involving bankruptcy, reorganization and creidtors’ rights, including transactional, litigation and advisory work related to Chapter 11 cases, non-bankruptcy workouts and restructurings and commercial finance transactions. In Washington, D.C., Matthew H. Kirtland focuses on international and domestic arbitration, white collar crivil and criminal defense, and complex civil litigation.

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