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Adams and Reese has brought on CARTER TODD as special counsel in its Nashville office. Todd last served as executive vice president and general counsel of Gaylord Entertainment, a Nashville-based hotel, resort, entertainment, and media company, which converted into a real estate investment trust earlier this year.

The health law department of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz has welcomed JOSEPH CAMPBELL as a shareholder. Campbell’s areas of practice include medical staff issues, hospital bylaws, contracts, and hospital bond financing. Campbell will continue to maintain his own office at Huntsville Hospital in Huntsville, Alabama, where he is based. Prior to joining Baker Donelson, the health care attorney was a shareholder with Lanier Ford Shaver & Payne.

Holland & Knight has boosted its corporate and international departments with the addition of MARK SCOTT, who represents European companies entering the U.S. market on matters including corporate structuring and business planning and mergers and acquisitions. Scott will be based in the firm’s Miami office. He made the move from Duane Morris, where he was a partner.

Jones Day has welcomed new partner SCOTT GREENBERG in its business restructuring and reorganization practice. Based in New York, Greenberg’s practice focuses on bankruptcy cases and out-of-court restructuring. He joins from Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, where he was a partner.

PHILIP ROSENBERG and LAURIE COHEN have left the partnership of Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker to join Nixon Peabody’s health care team. Based in the firm’s Albany office, the new partners will be strengthening Nixon Peabody’s regulatory, transactional, and litigation capabilities.

Intellectual property boutique Novak Druce Connolly Bove + Quigg has added two new partners. BRENTON BOCCHIERI, formerly a Seyfarth Shaw partner, is now working with Novak’s Los Angeles team on cases involving cyber piracy and trade secret litigation. SNR Denton former partner PAMELA FULMER, who will split her time between San Francisco and Silicon Valley, focuses on disputes related to trade secrets, unfair competition, or licensing.

The cochair of Cozen O’Connor’s family law practice group, DAVID LADOV, has left the firm for Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel, according to sibling publication The Legal Intelligencer. Ladov, who will cochair Obermayer’s family law department, is also opening the firm’s new office in West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. The attorney brings along two other lawyers previously with Cozen, including former Cozen member STEPHANIE WINEGRAD, joining as a partner, and an associate.

Perkins Coie has bolstered its Dallas office with five new hires, including two new partners. I. BOBBY MAJUMDER has joined the corporate governance and transactions practice from the partnership of K&L Gates, bringing with him three associates. KELLY HINE, formerly a partner with Fish & Richardson, joins the litigation practice group.

MICHAEL MANO has joined the Boston office of Proskauer Rose as senior counsel. The corporate lawyer, previously an associate at Ropes & Gray, will be focusing on mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, and other investment transactions.

Commercial litigator TED GREENO is the latest addition to Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan in London. Greeno, most recently a partner in Herbert Smith Freehills’s dispute resolution practice, handles a wide range of matters such as energy, antitrust, tax, intellectual property, and public law cases. He joins Quinn as a partner.

Reed Smith has made a lateral hire in its newly opened Houston office. JULIE HARDIN, a partner at Fulbright & Jaworski since 2009, joins the firm’s life sciences health industry and energy and natural resources practices.

DIANE BRUNN has made her return to Thompson Hine as a partner based in Dayton and Cincinnati. Prior to her move, Brunn was vice president and trust officer at Key Private Bank, providing wealth and investment management services. She will be working on matters involving estate planning and administration, business succession, and fiduciary litigation.

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