Morrison & Foerster and Carlton Fields have both added partners in Washington, D.C., with experience at regulatory agencies, as firms continue to add talent anticipating increased enforcement efforts at both the federal and state levels.

Morrison & Foerster said Monday it has brought on board former Consumer Financial Protection Bureau enforcement attorney Maria Earley from Reed Smith, where she spent the last five years as a partner. Florida-based Carlton Fields, meanwhile, has added Financial Industry Regulatory Authority senior director Justin Chretien as a shareholder.