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Armstrong Teasdale has added Vance O. Knapp as a partner in Denver. He belongs to the firm’s employment and labor practice group.
Cozen O’Connor has welcomed three immigration lawyers to its labor and employment group in Miami: Scott E. Bettridge, who joined as a member; and Michael W. Stevenson and Daniela Berisiartu Barshel, who joined as associates.
Employment attorney Julie A. Uebler has joined Greenblatt, Pierce, Funt & Flores in Philadelphia as a partner.
Jones Walker has promoted three labor and employment law associates to partnership status: P.J. Kee and Mary Margaret Spell in New Orleans and Lindsay Thomas Dowdle in Jackson, Miss.
Maura D. McLaughlin has been elected to the partnership at Morgan, Brown & Joy, a management-side labor and employment law firm in Boston.
Sam Fulkerson and Victor Albert have joined management-side labor and employment firm Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart as shareholders. They will work in Ogletree’s new office in Oklahoma City, where Fulkerson will serve as managing shareholder.
Robinson & Cole has added Patrick W. Begos as a partner in Stamford, Conn. Begos specializes in ERISA litigation.
Steven C. Reingold has joined Saul Ewing as a partner in the labor and employment and commercial litigation practices. He will work in the firm’s Boston and New York offices.
Venable has promoted the following attorneys to counsel: Megan Mann in New York, who is in the firm’s labor and employment and education practices; Nicholas Reiter in New York, whose practice focuses on labor and employment matters and commercial litigation; and Jennifer Prozinski in Tysons Corner, Va., who focuses her practice on labor and employee benefits law.
In Memoriam: Leigh Stephenson-Kuhn, a retired partner at Lane Powell in Portland, Ore., who devoted his practice to employee benefits law and ERISA compliance.
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