Lateral Partner/Counsel Moves in DC

  • Eric J. Knickrehm joins Ballard Spahr

    Eric J. Knickrehm, previously Associate at Morgan Lewis, has joined Ballard Spahr as Partner. Mr. Knickrehm advises a range of health care industry clients—such as private equity funds, physician practice groups, and managed care plans—in mergers, acquisitions, and investments across the country.

  • Michael T. Dyson joins Sullivan & Worcester

    Michael T. Dyson, previously Partner at K&L Gates, has joined Sullivan & Worcester as Partner. Mr. Dyson focuses his practice on securities litigation, enforcement, arbitration, regulation and compliance.

  • John M. Foote joins Kelley Drye & Warren

    John M. Foote, previously Partner at Baker & McKenzie, has joined Kelley Drye & Warren as Partner, in the firm’s International Trade Practice Group. Mr. Foote concentrates his practice on international trade and customs matters with a particular focus on challenges involving forced labor in supply chains.

  • Timothy Moran joins Holland & Knight

    Timothy Moran, previously Partner at DLA Piper, has joined Holland & Knight as Partner, Chair of the firm’s Energy and Infrastructure M&A/Finance Team and Co-Chair of the firm’s Energy and Natural Resources Industry Sector Group. Mr. Moran represents domestic and international lenders, private equity firms and project developers in the development, financing, acquisition and sale of infrastructure projects located in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

  • David R. Hale joins Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck

    David R. Hale, former chief privacy officer at TD Ameritrade, has joined Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck as Shareholder in the firm’s the Intellectual Property Department.

  • Sarah (Xiaohua) Zhao joins Rimon

    Sarah (Xiaohua) Zhao, previously Partner at Baker Hostetler, has joined Rimon as Partner. Ms. Zhao has substantial experience in international transactions with an emphasis on technology transactions, data protection, privacy and cybersecurity from both regulatory and corporate perspectives.

  • John R.R. Tormey joins Mayer Brown

    John R.R. Tormey, previously Partner at Hunton Andrews Kurth, has joined Mayer Brown as Partner in the firm’s the Projects & Infrastructure Practice. Mr. Tormey focuses his practice on domestic and international project finance and development, and includes asset, stock and portfolio acquisitions and divestitures.

  • Mark E. Schamel joins Lowenstein Sandler

    Mark E. Schamel, previously Partner at Womble Bond Dickinson, has joined Lowenstein Sandler as Partner in the firm’s the White Collar Criminal Defense Group.

  • Mark Heilbrun joins Rimon

    Mark Heilbrun, previously Chairman, CEO and Managing Partner at Harlan Bradley, has joined Rimon as Partner.

  • Andrew L. Hurst joins Baker Donelson

    Andrew L. Hurst, previously Partner at Foley & Lardner, has joined Baker Donelson as Shareholder in the firm’s Business Litigation Group. Mr. Hurst focuses his practice on representing corporations and individuals in civil fraud investigations and litigation, primarily life sciences companies, health care providers and other government contractors being sued by the government or qui tam relators under the civil False Claims Act.

  • Douglas S. Mintz joins Schulte Roth & Zabel

    Douglas S. Mintz, previously Partner at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, has joined Schulte Roth & Zabel as Partner and Co-Chair of the Business Reorganization Group. Mr. Minz focuses his practice on the representation of creditors in financial restructurings, including secured and unsecured lenders, ad hoc committees of noteholders, equity sponsors and distressed investors.

  • Jim Baller, Sean Stokes, and Casey Lide join Keller and Heckman

    Jim Baller, Sean Stokes, and Casey Lide, previously at Baller Stokes & Lide, have joined Keller and Heckman as Partners in the firm’s Telecommunications Law Practice.

  • John D. Shire joins Cozen O’Connor

    John D. Shire, previously Partner at Seyfarth Shaw, has joined Cozen O’Connor as Co-Chair of the firm’s Health Care Practice. Mr. Shire focuses his corporate and transactional practice on the health care and life sciences industry and other highly regulated activities.

  • Mark L. Pryor joins Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck

    Mark L. Pryor, a former two-term U.S. senator and Arkansas Attorney General, joined Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck as Shareholder in the firm’s Government Relations Department.

  • Eric J. Knickrehm joins Ballard Spahr

    Eric J. Knickrehm, previously Associate at Morgan Lewis, has joined Ballard Spahr as Of Counsel. Mr. Knickrehm counsels a variety of clients in the health care industry—such as private equity funds, practice management companies, lenders, insurers, managed care plans, hospitals, post-acute care providers, and physician practice groups—in mergers, acquisitions, investments, underwriting, and financings across the country, as well as in regulatory compliance matters.

  • David J. Penna re-joins Latham & Watkins

    David J. Penna, previously Senior Vice President in the Office of Strategic Initiatives at the US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC), has re-joined Latham & Watkins as Partner in the firm’s Project Development & Finance and Latin America Practice Groups. Mr. Penna advises clients on complex project development, financing, and M&A transactions, with a focus on the energy, power, and infrastructure sectors.

  • Sunny J. Thompson joins Snell & Wilmer

    Sunny J. Thompson, previously Associate General Counsel for Sunrise Senior Living, has joined Snell & Wilmer as Partner in the firm’s Commercial Litigation Group. Ms. Thompson is a skilled litigator with extensive labor and employment law experience.

  • Michael E. Drobac joins Dentons

    Michael E. Drobac, previously Senior Advisor at McGuireWoods, has joined Dentons as Principal in the firm’s Public Policy Practice. Mr. Drobac helps clients from the tech and telecommunications sectors develop messaging to define and execute outreach strategies, while advocating before Congress and federal agencies in support of policy objectives.

  • Gregory S. Walden joins Dentons

    Gregory S. Walden, previously at Squire Patton Boggs, has joined Dentons as Partner in the firm’s Public Policy Practice. Mr. Walden represents a full spectrum of transportation clients, including airlines, air taxi operators and unmanned aircraft operators and manufacturers, among others.

  • Jeffrey T. Gendzwill and Keith D. Fredlake join Cozen O’Connor

    Jeffrey T. Gendzwill and Keith D. Fredlake, previously Partners at Kilpatrick Townsend, have joined Cozen O’Connor as Members of the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice. Mr. Gendzwill concentrates his practice on patent-related matters with a focus on client counseling, portfolio strategy and management, U.S. and foreign patent preparation/prosecution, and post-grant proceedings. Mr. Fredlake’s practice includes drafting and prosecuting patent applications; working with clients on design patents; and counseling clients on issues regarding the patentability of inventions, patent rights in foreign countries, and the infringement and validity of U.S. patents.

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