Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher has succeeded in snagging a corporate partner from Latham & Watkins, a firm known for its tight grip on its partnership.

David Hernand had worked at Latham since 1994, making partner in the late 1990s and leaving for a stint at technology incubator Idealab. Hernand works on tech M&A deals, such as last month’s representation of online entertainment company New Horizon Interactive (owner of preteen networking site Club Penguin) in its $350 million sale to The Walt Disney Co.

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