Representative Partner Placements

Practice Groups

  • Ten-attorney securities enforcement/white collar practice group in DC and NY offices of AmLaw 50 global firm.
  • Multi-office environmental/infrastructure regulatory and litigation practice from boutique firm into an AmLaw 10 global law firm.
  • Four-attorney IP group into DC office of AmLaw 100 firm.
  • Partner and two associates into the DC office of a UK-based firm to expand its agency-lender-focused project finance practice and enhance the firm’s international capabilities.
  • Three-attorney practice group into the DC office of a New York firm to complement the firm’s existing antitrust counseling practice.
  • Two-attorney IP group into DC IP boutique.
  • Four-attorney antitrust litigation practice group into the DC office of a New York firm to complement the firm's existing antitrust counseling practice.  
  • International construction litigation specialist and counsel from an AmLaw 100 firm into the DC office of a Southeastern-based firm.
  • Four-attorney government contracts group from an AmLaw 200 firm into an AmLaw 100 firm to co-lead and expand the firm’s existing government contracts practice.
  • Two privacy partners into the DC office of an AmLaw 100 firm to co-head global privacy practice.
  • Partner and two counsels into the DC office of an AmLaw 50 firm to expand the firm’s investor-focused project finance practice.
  • Five-attorney Intellectual Property/Internet Governance practice into the DC office of an AmLaw 100 firm.
  • Two privacy partners from a Northeast-based AmLaw 200 firm to Midwest-based AmLaw 200 firm to establish and co-head practice.
  • Partner and associate from a UK-based firm into an AmLaw 100 firm’s corporate practice with extensive international capabilities.
  • Nine-attorney telecommunications regulatory and transactional practice into the DC office of an east coast-based firm.
  • Eight-attorney antitrust counseling and litigation practice into the DC office of a national firm.
  • Seven-attorney patent litigation practice into an AmLaw 50 firm.
  • Ten-attorney government contracts counseling and litigation group into the DC office of a global law firm.
  • Eight-attorney banking/debt trading practice into the DC office of an AmLaw 25 firm.
  • Appellate and commercial trial group into the DC office of a national law firm.
  • International private equity and transactional practice into the DC office of an AmLaw 50 firm.
  • Two attorney transportation law practice from an AmLaw 100 firm to a DC office of another AmLaw 100 firm with a nationally ranked transportation practice.
  • Eight attorney health care transactional and regulatory practice in New York into the NY office of a mid-Atlantic firm.
  • Five attorney white collar litigation practice into an AmLaw 50 firm.
  • Two-attorney IP litigation practice in east and west coast offices of firm.

Individual Partners

  • Health care regulatory and transactional attorney from mid-Atlantic regional firm to an AmLaw 100 firm.
  • Corporate (M&A) partner from an AmLaw 50 firm to another AmLaw 50 firm to lead its corporate practice. In prior firm, partner co-headed the firm’s corporate practice and served as member of the executive committee.
  • Energy partner from an AmLaw 15 firm to a Texas-based firm with a growing office and energy practice in DC.
  • Energy partner into regional firm to enhance it's east-coast energy practice.  
  • Corporate/finance partner into DC office of leading national firm to help grow firm's east-coast corporate/finance practice.  
  • Real estate partner into DC office of national firm to help grow firm's national real estate practice.
  • IP (337) litigation partner from leading IP litigation practice to an AmLaw 50 firm to create/chair its Section 337 practice.
  • Corporate partner from an AmLaw 100 firm to an AmLaw 200 firm to establish its corporate practice on the east coast. This group eventually grew to include four partners, two counsel, and several associates.
  • Energy/FERC partner from an AmLaw 50 firm to DC office of Northeast-based firm.
  • Export control partner from an AmLaw 100 firm to Washington, DC boutique.
  • Real estate Counsel from an AmLaw 50 firm to DC office of an AmLaw 200 firm as Partner and head of real estate practice.
  • Junior, commercial litigation partner from a leading DC-based firm into an AmLaw 200 firm with litigation as its core strength and a more modest rate structure.
  • Patent litigation partner from an AmLaw 100 firm to DC office of an AmLaw 200 firm to enhance its intellectual property practice.
  • Two partners in small, Southeastern-based offices of a regional, Mid-Atlantic firm. Partners specialized in labor and employment litigation and bankruptcy.
  • Federal government department GC (former partner at a top-tier, DC-based firm) into an AmLaw 100 firm to create the firm’s privacy practice.
  • Multiple corporate and securities, bank regulatory, and healthcare partners at a Southeastern-based, mid-sized firm seeking to establish a Washington office to complement its existing lobbying practice.
  • Patent partner from an AmLaw 100 firm into newly opened West Coast-based firm’s Washington, DC office to serve as firm wide co-head of patent prosecution practice.
  • Energy/FERC partner from Texas-based AmLaw 200 firm into Washington office of an AmLaw 50 firm to provide energy regulatory expertise in support of the firm’s projects practice.
  • Senior government relations and regulatory affairs counsel from a Congressional committee into an AmLaw 100 firm’s existing political law practice.
  • FDA partner from a full-service, AmLaw 100 firm into a specialized FDA boutique.
  • Tax partner from an AmLaw 100 firm into role as senior tax partner in the Washington office of another AmLaw 100 firm.
  • International securities regulatory partner from an AmLaw 50 firm into Washington office of a UK-based international firm.
  • Former AmLaw 50 firm partner (capital markets) and General Counsel of start-up to mid-Atlantic mid-sized firm.