• Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott has added real estate attorneys Thomas Infurna and Lauren Wyler as members in the White Plains office. Both were with McGuireWoods, where Infurna was a partner and Wyler was counsel. Infurna focuses on commercial real estate finance and asset-based finance; Wyler on real estate finance and development transactions.

• Maria D’Avanzo has joined Cushman & Wakefield as the real estate firm’s first global compliance officer. She will primarily focus on the development, adoption and implementation of enterprise compliance and an ethics program. She was the deputy chief compliance officer and vice president of AIG Asset Management.

• Bruce Moorhead has joined Jones Day as a banking and finance practice partner. He will be based primarily in Atlanta and will spend a portion of his time in New York. He was a partner with Hunton & Williams.

• Barry Cepelewicz has been hired as a partner at Garfunkel Wild, working from the firm’s Stamford, Conn., and Great Neck, Long Island, offices. He is a member of the business, compliance and white-collar defense, health care and health care information and technology groups. Cepelewicz was partner and chair of the health care group at Meiselman, Denlea, Packman, Carton & Eberz.

• Susan Power Johnston has joined Carter Ledyard & Milburn as counsel in the corporate trust and insolvency and creditors’ rights group. She was counsel at Covington & Burling.

• David Cook has joined LeClairRyan as a shareholder in the business litigation and environmental practices in Rochester. He was a partner at Faraci Lange in Rochester.

• Moritt Hock & Hamroff has added Gary Wirth as a partner and will chair the construction and surety practice group in the Garden City office. He was a partner at Kaufman Dolowich Voluck & Gonzo in Woodbury.

• Ruskin Moscou Faltischek senior partner Douglas Good has been appointed chair of the judiciary committee of the Nassau County Bar Association. The committee screens potential candidates for judgeships and other elected or appointed positions. Good is a senior member of the firm’s litigation department and a member of the employment law and corporate governance practices.

• Genser Dubow Genser & Cona partner Melissa Negrin-Wiener has been appointed to the board of the Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association. Along with her role as a board member, she will serve as vice president of programs. Negrin-Wiener works in the Melville firm’s elder law division and focuses on asset protection planning, Medicaid planning and guardianships.