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BakerHostetler elected employee benefits lawyer Susan Whittaker Hughes in Cleveland to its partnership.
Worklaw firm Fisher Phillips added Nicole Stenoish as an associate in San Diego.
Labor and employment firm FordHarrison elected Allen J. McKenna as managing partner.
Fox Rothschild in Pittsburgh welcomed immigration lawyers Kristen Schneck and Mark Harley as partners and absorbed their boutique firm, Schneck & Harley Immigration Law Group.
Hodgson Russ elected employee benefits attorney Ryan M. Murphy and labor and employment lawyer Emina Poricanin, both in Buffalo, N.Y., to its partnership.
Worklaw firm Jackson Lewis added Megan Holstein in Denver and Theresa Mak in San Francisco as principals. In addition, Jackson Lewis elevated 14 attorneys to principals: Kristi Rich Winters in Albany, N.Y.; Kevin M. Sibbernsen in Boston; James D. Thomas in Chicago; Roland J. DeMonte in Cleveland; Christopher T. Patrick in Denver; D. Randle Moody II in Greenville, S.C.; Sarah R. Skubas in Hartford, Conn.; Mendy Halberstam in Miami; Alyssa M. Toft in Minneapolis; KoKo Ye Huang in Seattle; Andrew R. Lincoln in Tampa, Fla.; Charles M. Elmer and Amanda Vaccaro in Washington; Alessandro G. Villanella in Melville, N.Y.
Labor and employment law firm Lindner & Marsack in Milwaukee promoted Sally Piefer to equity partner.
Worklaw firm Littler added employee benefits lawyer Anne S. LaWer as a shareholder in San Jose, Calif. Littler also added Nathaniel Jenkins and SimerdipKhangura as associates in Sacramento, Calif.
Employment lawyer Beth Tyner Jones is the new office managing partner for Womble Bond Dickinson in Raleigh, N.C.
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