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Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, a California labor and employment law firm, added five attorneys throughout the state. Andrea K. Douglas joined as senior counsel in Los Angeles, and the following joined as associates: Bingxi “Ceci” Sun in Los Angeles, Christopher Campbell in Orange County; Janine Braxton in Sacramento; and Julia Luster in San Francisco.
Worklaw firm Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete has added three attorneys at its Los Angeles office. Nestor Barrero joined as senior counsel, and Kimberly Bernstein and Joanna MacMillan as associates.
Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott welcomed labor and employment lawyer David L. Weissman as a partner in White Plains, N.Y.
Greenberg Traurig announced the elevation of Jamie R. Adams to shareholder and Lindsay E. Hutner to counsel. Both are in the firm’s labor and employment practice in San Francisco.
Hunton & Williams promoted Amber Rogers in Dallas to partner. Her practice focuses on complex employment litigation and labor relations.
Labor and employment law firm Jackson Lewis added litigator Kristopher P. Badame as a principal in its Orange County, Calif., office. Two litigators also joined Jackson Lewis in Richmond, Va.: Jeffrey Newhouse as a principal and Adam Lounsbury as counsel.
Worklaw firm Littler Mendelson appointed Bonnie Kristan as managing shareholder of its Cleveland office.
Labor and employment law firm Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart re-elected Charles B. Baldwin in Indianapolis and Joseph L. Beachboard in Los Angeles as managing directors. The firm also named Edmund (Ed) McKenna managing shareholder of its office in Tampa, Fla.
Sherin and Lodgen in Boston established an employment law department that will be led by employment law partner Nancy S. Shilepsky.
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