Connolly Gallagher elected David S. Conway and N. Christopher Griffiths to partner and Kelly M. Conlan was promoted to of counsel. The firm also named Aaron M. Shapiro, formerly the labor relations and employment practices administrator for Delaware, as of counsel.
Conway is a member of the firm’s Delaware corporate counseling group. His practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions and other commercial transactions, as well as advising Delaware corporations, alternative entities and their fiduciaries with respect to statutory requirements in the context of such transactions.
Griffiths is a member of the firm’s commercial bankruptcy, Delaware business litigation and government groups. His practice focuses on representing municipalities and government agencies, advising general counsel and representing clients in contract negotiations, land use disputes, homeowner association disputes and bankruptcy-related litigation.
Conlan is a member of the firm’s commercial bankruptcy group. Her practice focuses on complex commercial reorganization and liquidation cases, including commercial landlords, executives, employee health care insurance providers and other interest holders.
Shapiro is a member of the firm’s labor and employment group. His practice focuses on labor relations, collective bargaining, administrative law matters and government relations. Shapiro is admitted to practice in both Delaware and Pennsylvania.