Attorney Recruiter Placements and Legal Recruiter Placements and Lateral Attorney Moves for the Week of March 01, 2021 |

Attorney Recruiter Placements and Legal Recruiter Placements and Lateral Attorney Moves for the Week of March 01, 2021


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Summary: Here are the attorney lateral moves and placements for the week of March 01, 2021.
Week of March 01, 2021

Peter Deegan has joined Commercial Litigation at Taft Stettinius & Hollister and is coming from the Northern District of Iowa.
Ashlie Beringer joined the Cybersecurity group at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and was previously at Facebook.
Ackneil Muldrow will practice Private Equity law at Weil, Gotshal & Manges and is moving from Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld.
Steven Adler is moving to Bayard from Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom and will practice Corporate Bankruptcy and Restructuring law.
Mark Shublak will practice law in the Public Affairs Strategies division of Taft Stettinius & Hollister and is moving from Ice Miller.
Greg Dadika has joined Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, & Health Care Litigation at Greenberg Traurig and is coming from BD.
Kevin Gooch joined the Finance, Corporate group at Holland & Knight and was previously at DLA Piper.
Carson Morris will practice White Collar Defense law at Saxton & Stump and is moving from the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General.
Mark Davis is moving to Jenner & Block from Goodwin Procter and will practice Intellectual Property, International Trade law.
Ronald Pabis will practice law in the Patent Litigation division of Jenner & Block and is moving from Goodwin Procter.
Alexander Hadjis has joined Patent Litigation and Counseling at Jenner & Block and is coming from Oblon, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt.
Philip Hoffman joined the Litigation group at Ropes and Gray and was previously at the USPTO.
Scott Kamholz will practice Intellectual Property law at Tessera Therapeutics and is moving from Covington & Burling.
Christine Hogan is moving to Wigdor from Littler and will practice Labor and Employment law.
Kevin Turner will practice law in the Corporate and International Finance division of Holland & Knight and is moving from U.S. International Development Finance Corporation.
Susan Flint has joined Consumer Financial Services at Troutman Pepper and is coming from Wells Fargo & Company.
Glynna Christian joined the Global Technology Transactions group at Holland & Knight and was previously at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe.
Deborah Edwards will practice Employment law at Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor and is moving from Seton Hall University School of Law.
Heidi Minuskin is moving to Schenck Price from Coughlin Duffy and will practice Environment law.
Timothy Duffy will practice law in the Commercial Litigation division of Schenck Price and is moving from Coughlin Duffy.
Mark Silver has joined Commercial Litigation at Schenck Price and is coming from Coughlin Duffy.
Joseph Amoroso joined the Commercial Litigation group at Schenck Price and was previously at Coughlin Duffy.
Jonathan Donath will practice Commercial Litigation law at Schenck Price and is moving from Coughlin Duffy.
Christopher Quinn is moving to Morris James from Friedlander & Gorris  and will practice Corporate and Fiduciary Litigation law.
Barnaby Grzaslewicz will practice law in the Corporate and Commercial Litigation division of Morris James and is moving from Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell.
Sean Mahoney has joined Complex Commercial Insurance at Kennedys and is coming from White and Williams.
Joshua Mooney joined the Insurance group at Kennedys and was previously at White and Williams.
Krishna Veeraraghavan will practice Corporate law at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison and is moving from Sullivan & Cromwell.
R Gavin Mackinnon is moving to Goldberg Segalla from Kelley Kronenberg and will practice Transportation law.
Michael Rigelsky will practice law in the Transportation division of Goldberg Segalla and is moving from Kelley Kronenberg.
Gregory Jordan has joined Transportation at Goldberg Segalla and is coming from Kelley Kronenberg.
Miraj Shah joined the Transportation group at Goldberg Segalla and was previously at Kelley Kronenberg.
Lucas Rachuba will practice Tax law at Paul Hastings and is moving from EY.
Warrington Parker is moving to Crowell & Moring from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe and will practice Litigation law.
Michael Engle will practice law in the White Collar Criminal Defense division of Armstrong Teasdale and is moving from Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney.
Mark Mushkin has joined Capital Market at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe and is coming from Cravath, Swaine & Moore.
Natalia Teekah joined the Environment and Land Use group at Hyland Levin Shapiro and was previously at Parker McCay.
Brett Tennis will be Vice President of Strategic Alliances law at Saxton & Stump and is moving from Walz Group.
Steven Zelkowitz is moving to Spiritus Law from Fox Rothschild and will practice Real Estate law.

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