Squire Sanders Promotes 17 Lawyers to Partnership
WASHINGTON, March 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Squire Sanders has admitted 17 lawyers into the partnership and has promoted five lawyers to principal.
"Our new partners and principals possess the qualities that our lawyers are known for: hard work, excellence, teamwork and strong determination that brings insight and ingenuity to our clients' challenges," said James J. Maiwurm, chair and global CEO of Squire Sanders. "We are pleased to recognise their achievements and have no doubt that our clients will continue to reap the benefits of their expertise."
The following partner promotions came into effect Jan. 1, 2012: *
Alfredo G. Anzola, Regulatory, Miami
Abby E. Brown, Corporate & Corporate Finance, Northern Virginia
Patrick J. Brooks, Corporate & Corporate Finance, Moscow
Michele L. Connell, Corporate & Corporate Finance, Cleveland
Stephen M. Fazio, Litigation, Cleveland
Robert J. Guite, Litigation, San Francisco
Edward G. Kim, Corporate & Corporate Finance, Tokyo
Toby D. Merchant, Corporate & Corporate Finance, Cincinnati
Carlos M. Nalda, Regulatory, Washington, DC
Stephanie E. Niehaus, Litigation, Cleveland
Kendra S. Sherman, Environmental, Safety & Health, Columbus
Marcin S. Wnukowski, Corporate & Corporate Finance, Warsaw
The following principal promotions came into effect Jan. 1, 2012:
Sherri L. Dahl, Restructuring & Insolvency, Cleveland
Jessica E. DeMonte, Environmental, Safety & Health, Columbus
L. Todd Gibson, Public & Infrastructure Finance, Cleveland
Thomas F. Kibbey, Real Estate, Columbus
Robert E. Singleton, Litigation, Phoenix
The following partner promotions will come into effect May 1, 2012:
Dr. Sebastian Buder, Labor & Employment, Berlin
Dr. Annette Demmel, Intellectual Property & Technology, Berlin
Georgina A. Rankin, Pensions, Birmingham
Gareth W. Timms, Litigation, London
Peter S. Morley, Taxation & Benefits, Leeds.
*Promotion effective dates differ based on fiscal year.
Nicola Woodmass, Squire Sanders Senior Media Relations and Communications Manager, Asia and Europe
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