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Benesch has added Adam Primm and Jackie Staple in Cleveland as associates in the labor and employment practice group.
Davison, Eastman, Munoz, Lederman & Paone in Toms River, N.J., has brought on labor and employment lawyer Brian J. Chabarek as a partner.
Harrington, Hoppe & Mitchell in Warren, Ohio, has made employment and civil litigation lawyer Matthew Ries a partner.
Worklaw firm Littler Mendelson has added shareholder Gary Clayton in Dallas to its workplace privacy and data security practice. Littler also added Constance H. Weber as a shareholder in Charleston, W.Va.
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips has added employment litigator Deborah Kelly as a partner in Washington.
Gladys C. Zolna has joined McDonald Hopkins in Chicago as a member of the firm’s employee benefits practice group. Karina Kendrick has joined the firm in Cleveland as an associate in the labor and employment practice group.
Morris, Manning & Martin has hired Mark Zisholtz as a special counsel in Atlanta to head its contingent labor practice group.
Jennifer Ciarrocchi has become an associate in the labor and employment and education law groups at Pessin Katz Law in Towson, Md.
Glenn J. Smith has joined the labor and employment department at Seyfarth Shaw as a partner in New York.
Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick in Tampa, Fla., has named Hugo S. “Brad” deBeaubien a partner. He handles litigation, with an emphasis on labor and employment law and bankruptcy.
Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young has elevated employment law associate A. Nicole Stover in Cherry Hill, N.J., to counsel.
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