Alston & Bird has raided two partners from Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman to establish a global sourcing practice — but rumors that Alston might open offices in London or Germany are premature, said the firm’s managing partner, Ben F. Johnson III.

Trevor W. Nagel and Lee Van Blerkom joined Alston earlier this month as partners in its Washington office. Nagel chairs the firm’s new global sourcing practice, which complements its established outsourcing practice, also based in the Washington office and led by Christopher D. Ford.

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