New Hires at Hinckley Allen
Kaitlin Humble, Monica Mohan, Diane Rojas and Sara Stankus have joined Hinckley, Allen & Snyder.
Humble joins the firm’s corporate and business practice in Hartford. Humble’s practice focuses on corporate finance and taxation, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, securities regulation, bankruptcy and corporate restructuring. Humble was an associate at Halloran & Sage before joining the firm.
Mohan joins the firm’s corporate and business practice group in Hinckley Allen’s Boston office. Mohan was senior legal coordinator at Bain & Co., where she managed the firm’s corporate governance and supported the firm’s global counsel on a wide variety of legal matters.
Rojas joins the firm’s real estate practice group at Hinckley Allen’s Hartford office. Rojas will focus on all aspects of commercial real estate law. Rojas previously worked as a legal intern for the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, where she researched legal issues for disability, race, national origin, sex, age and housing discrimination cases among other responsibilities.
Stankus joins the firm’s litigation practice group in Hinckley Allen’s Hartford office. Stankus was judicial law clerk to U.S. Bankruptcy Chief Judge Julie Manning of the District of Connecticut.
Awards and Associations
Robinson & Cole lawyer Norman Roos was elected to serve as treasurer for the American College of Mortgage Attorneys (ACMA). Roos was installed at the ACMA’s annual meeting on Sept. 16.
Roos is chairman of the firm’s finance practice group and concentrates his practice on transactional and regulatory matters relating to the real estate and financial services. Roos represents banks, insurance companies, diversified financial service companies and other public and privately held entities.
The ACMA was formed in 1974; it consists of more than 400 lawyers in North America who are recognized leaders in the mortgage law industry. Roos will serve on the executive committee and will also serve on the board of regents.