Winstead (Dallas): Adam Dougherty joins the firm’s labor, employment and immigration practice group as partner in the Dallas office and will focus on employment law and commercial litigation. Previously, Dougherty was a partner at Baker & McKenzie.

Jones Day: Bruce Moorhead Jr. joins the firm’s banking and finance practice as partner in the Atlanta office and will focus on representing financial institutions in leverage and asset-based lending transactions and in workouts and bankruptcies. Previously, Moorhead was a partner at Hunton & Williams. Additionally, Kim Brown joins the firm’s business and tort litigation practice as partner in the Pittsburgh office and will focus on commercial and insurance litigation and the defense of products liability and toxic tort actions. Previously, Brown was a partner at Thorp Reed & Armstrong.

Kaufman Dolowich Voluck & Gonzo (Woodbury, N.Y.): C. Edward Langhammer Jr. joins the firm’s labor and employment law practice as partner in the Los Angeles office and will focus on litigation and counseling of employment matters. Previously, Langhammer was a partner at Burke, Williams & Sorensen.

Kean Miller (Baton Rouge, La.): Andrew Goodman joins the firm’s business and corporate group as partner in the New Orleans office and will focus on mergers and acquisitions, securities law, and corporate governance matters. Previously, Goodman was a partner at Goodwin Procter.

Perkins Coie (Seattle): Randy Bridge­man joins the firm’s corporate governance and transactions practice as partner in the Chicago office and will focus on advising businesses across a wide range of industries. Previously, Bridgeman was a partner at K&L Gates.


JPMorgan Chase & Co. (New York): Stacey Friedman joins the company as general counsel of the corporate and investment bank division and will focus on legal and regulatory matters as well as complex commercial matters. Previously, Friedman was a partner in the litigation group at Sullivan & Cromwell.

Kelley Drye & Warren (New York): Andrew Green joins the firm’s real estate practice as partner and will focus on real estate law, including construction lending, acquisitions and dispositions, and other transactions. Previously, Green was of counsel to Jones Day.


Plunkett Cooney (Bloomfield Hills, Mich.): Sean Carty joins the firm’s banking, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights practice group as a senior attorney in the Bloomfield Hills office and will focus on loan originations and real estate. Previously, Carty was an in-house attorney at The PrivateBank and Trust Co.

Proskauer Rose (New York): Mary Consalvi joins the firm’s patent law group as partner in the New York office and will focus on biotechnology patent litigation. Previously, she was president and general counsel of NetBio Inc., a DNA analysis company.


Simpson Thacher & Bartlett (New York): Jonathan Lindabury joins the firm’s global derivatives practice as senior counsel to the New York office and will focus on structuring and negotiating complex derivative and equity-linked capital markets transactions. Previously, he was vice president and associate general counsel at The Goldman Sachs Group Inc.


Thompson Coburn (St. Louis): William Bay, a litigation partner at the firm, has been elected chair of the American Bar Association Section of Litigation. As chair, Bay will devote his yearlong term to transforming the section’s approach to leadership, membership and stewardship. At the firm, Bay represents clients in business disputes.

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