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Litigator Linda M. Jackson has joined Arent Fox in Washington as a partner. Her practice includes noncompetes, trade secrets, executive compensation, whistle-blower investigations and wrongful discharge matters.
Employee compensation and benefits lawyer David B. Teigman has joined Cadwalader as a partner in the corporate group in New York.
Cozen O’Connor has added four more worklaw attorneys from Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney : labor and employment attorney Brian A. Casal, who is a member in Philadelphia; and employee benefit/ERISA attorneys Lynn Brehm, John H. Wilson, and Matthew Clyde. Brehm will be a member in Charlotte, N.C. Wilson joins as a member in Pittsburgh, where Clyde will be an associate.
Labor and employment law firm FordHarrison has added David M. Gobeo in West Palm Beach, Fla., as a partner.
After absorbing boutique law firm Riddell Williams, Fox Rothschild has added five labor and employment lawyers in Seattle: partners Gena Bomotti, Robert Howie, Laurence Shapero, and Skylar Sherwood; and associate Kristina Markosova.
David B. Fenkell has joined Hawkins Parnell Thackston & Young in New York as counsel. Fenkell practices in the area of employee benefits, ERISA, and employee stock ownership plans.
Robert H. Smeltzer has joined Howard & Howard Attorneys as a partner in Chicago. Smeltzer’s practice includes labor and employment, commercial, and intellectual property matters.
Litigator Tracey Wallace has joined workplace law firm Jackson Lewis in Dallas as a principal. Immigration attorney Marcela A. Mendoza has joined the firm in Denver as a principal.
Tyler Paetkau has joined Procopio in Palo Alto, Calif., as a partner in the labor and employment group.
Whiteman Osterman & Hanna has promoted Robert Rosborough IV in Albany, N.Y., to partnership status. Rosborough’s practice includes employment litigation.
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