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RADIO DRAMA Pepper Hamilton has picked up a radio star. Steven Mandell may not have the audience share of Howard Stern, but the corporate lawyer is on CNN Business Radio twice a week hosting his own show, “Tomorrow’s Business.” Mandell has taken the Mandell Law Firm in McLean, Va., –namely Mandell, senior litigation counsel William Bethune, and associates Jerry Hall and Gary Horton — to Pepper Hamilton to give the Philadelphia-based firm a Northern Virginia presence. Seems the Mandell firm had brought on a Pepper lawyer as co-counsel on a few cases, and they hit it off. It helped that expanding into Northern Virginia had been on Pepper’s “planning horizon for a couple of years,” according to D.C. managing partner George Lehner. The Mandell firm’s client base was part of what sold Pepper. “What attracted us was the mix. He’s not dealing with the new technology clients only. He has some established clients too,” Lehner says. Mandell and his firm moved into new space this month just as the merger was being finalized. With about 6,000 square feet on Greensboro Drive, there is plenty of room for expansion. Pepper lawyers likely to work out of McLean are litigation partner K. Stewart Evans Jr., corporate partner David Wormser, and associate O’Kelly McWilliams III, who happens to be president-elect of the Young Lawyers Division of the Virginia State Bar. PLANNING AHEAD Another Hazel & Thomas alumnus, land use planner William Keefe, has joined Arlington, Va.’s Walsh, Colucci, Stackhouse, Emrich & Lubeley. Prior to the finalization of Hazel & Thomas’ merger with Pittsburgh’s Reed Smith, the Manassas office of Hazel & Thomas opted to join Walsh, Colucci, as did Randy Minchew, who is now managing shareholder of Walsh, Colucci’s Leesburg office. Keefe joined the Leesburg, Va., office earlier this month, where he will focus on Loudoun and Fairfax counties. Walsh, Colucci now has six land use planners and 10 attorneys devoted to land use issues.

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