Daniel Alonso, a former top deputy at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office who has spent the past five years at consulting firm Exiger, has returned to private practice. He joined Buckley this week as a partner in New York.

Ben Klubes, Buckley’s managing partner, said it has long been a “strategic priority” for his Washington, D.C.-based firm to add a high-level white-collar partner with government experience to the firm’s team in New York. Alonso, a former federal prosecutor and Kaye Scholer partner who had served as the chief assistant district attorney in Manhattan, was a “natural fit,” he said.

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