Lateral Partner/Counsel Moves in DC

  • Alan Devlin rejoins Latham & Watkins

    Alan Devlin, former Advisor to Hon. Maureen K. Ohlhausen at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, has rejoined Latham & Watkins as Counsel in the firm’s Global Antitrust & Competition Practice. Mr. Devlin’s practice centers primarily on antitrust, and in particular merger control filings and clearances, as well as on appellate and intellectual property.

  • Judith B. Kassel joins Saul Ewing

    Judith B. Kassel, previously Counsel at Arent Fox, has joined Saul Ewing as Partner in the firm’s Business and Finance and Government Contracts Practices.

  • Buffy J. Mims joins Shook, Hardy & Bacon

    Buffy J. Mims, previously Partner at Hollingsworth, has joined Shook, Hardy & Bacon as Partner.

  • Mark D. Lansing joins Dickinson Wright

    Mark D. Lansing, previously Partner at Barclay Damon, has joined Dickinson Wright as Member. Mr. Lansing focuses his practice on property tax & condemnation matters with respect to energy, industrial and commercial properties.

  • Nathan Siegel joins Davis Wright Tremaine

    Nathan Siegel, previously Partner at Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz, has joined Davis Wright Tremaine as Partner. Mr. Siegel represents media clients in First Amendment, intellectual property, and entertainment law cases in trial and appellate courts throughout the country.

  • Weiwei Luo joins Beveridge & Diamond

    Weiwei Luo, previously Associate at Foley & Lardner, has joined Beveridge & Diamond as Of Counsel in the firm’s International Environmental Law Practice. Ms. Weiwei’s practice focuses on international and Chinese legal issues, including experience in business transactions (China, EU, U.S.), regulatory, and trade matters.

  • Matthew Papez joins Jones Day

    Matthew Papez, previously Partner at Kirkland & Ellis, has joined Jones Day as Partner in the firm’s Business & Tort Litigation Practice. Mr. Papez focuses primarily on complex commercial litigation, with over 17 years of experience representing clients in a wide range of matters, including product liability cases, contract disputes, fraud cases, trade secrets cases, securities litigation, corporate governance and merger litigation, fraudulent conveyance litigation, and environmental tort litigation. 

  • Jean Kuei joins Pillsbury

    Jean Kuei, previously Partner at Reed Smith, has joined Pillsbury as Partner in the firm’s Litigation Practice.

  • Laura Jehl joins BakerHostetler

    Laura Jehl, previously Partner at Sheppard Mullin, has joined BakerHostetler as Partner in the firm’s Privacy and Data Protection Team. Ms. Jehl focuses her practice on privacy and data security, counseling multinational companies on privacy and data protection issues related to cybersecurity and data breach matters, as well as U.S. and international data privacy and big data issues.

  • Colette D. Honorable joins Reed Smith

    Colette D. Honorable, former Commissioner of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), has joined Reed Smith as Partner in the firm’s Energy & Natural Resources (ENR) Practice.

  • Regina Speed-Bost and Debra Palmer join Reed Smith

    Regina Speed-Bost and Debra Palmer, previously Partners at Schiff Hardin, have joined Reed Smith’s Energy & Natural Resources (ENR) Practice. Ms. Bost joins the firm as Partner and Ms. Palmer joins as Counsel.

  • Angela Hart-Edwards joins Akerman

    Angela Hart-Edwards, previously Partner at Gordon & Rees, has joined Akerman as Partner in the firm’s Labor & Employment Practice Group. Ms. Edwards focuses her practice on all aspects of employment law with an emphasis on representation of employers in individual and class and collective litigation matters in state and federal courts nationwide.

  • Lawrence M. Miller and Steven C. Schaffer join Garvey Schubert Barer

    Lawrence M. Miller and Steven C. Schaffer, previously Partners at Schwartz, Woods & Miller (SWM), have joined Garvey Schubert Barer as Partners in the firm’s Radio & Television Media Practice.

  • David E. Rogers, Joanna C. Kerpen and Brian A. Benko join Winston & Strawn

    David E. Rogers, Joanna C. Kerpen and Brian A. Benko, previously Partners at McDermott Will & Emery, have joined Winston & Strawn as Partners in the firm’s Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation (EBEC) Practice.

  • C. Peter “Pete” Dungan joins Miles & Stockbridge

    C. Peter “Pete” Dungan, previously Counsel at Hogan Lovell, has joined Miles & Stockbridge as Principal in the firm’s Government Contracts Practice.

  • Howard R. Sklamberg joins Akin Gump

    Howard R. Sklamberg, former Deputy Commissioner for Global Regulatory Operations and Policy at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has joined Akin Gump as Partner in the firm’s Healthcare and Life Sciences Regulatory Practice. Mr. Sklamberg focuses his practice on regulatory compliance and strategy involving food and drug law.

  • Donald L. Vieira joins Skadden

    Donald L. Vieira, previously Partner at Wilson Sonsini, has joined Skadden as Partner in the firm’s CFIUS/National Security Practice. Mr. Vieira’s practice focuses on foreign investment review, privacy, cybersecurity and data security, export controls enforcement, and government investigations.

  • Patrick W. Pearsall joins Jenner & Block

    Patrick W. Pearsall, former Chief of Investment Arbitration with the US Department of State, has joined Jenner & Block as Partner and Chair of the firm’s newly formed Public International Law Practice. Mr. Pearsall is also a member of both the International Arbitration and the Government Controversies and Public Policy Litigation Practices.

  • Meridith Moldenhauer and Samantha Mazo join Cozen O’Connor

    Meridith Moldenhauer and Samantha Mazo, previously at Griffin, Murphy, Moldenhauer & Wiggins, have joined Cozen O’Connor’s Rea Estate Practice. Ms. Moldenhauer joins the firm as Member, and Ms. Mazo as Of Counsel.

  • Amy S. Mushahwar joins Davis Wright Tremaine

    Amy S. Mushahwar, previously Counsel at ZwillGen, has joined Davis Wright Tremaine as Partner. Ms. Mushahwar focuses her practice on data security, cyber risks, and privacy issues.

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