In Workflows, Bloomberg Law brings you the latest in the steady stream of news about labor and employment lawyers.
Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger, an employment, labor, and immigration law firm, promoted Teresa W. Ghali in San Francisco to partner.
Duane Morris named partner Eve I. Klein in New York chair of its employment, labor, benefits, and immigration practice group.
Labor and employment law firm FordHarrison elected Louis P. Britt III to its executive committee. FordHarrison also named Eric Su managing partner of its New York office and Johanna G. Zelman managing partner of its office in Hartford, Conn. Ford Harrison also added three associates— Jenna M. Goldman in Hartford, Conn.; Garrett P. Buttrey in Nashville, Tenn.; and Brian N. McCracken in Spartanburg, S.C.
Worklaw firm Littler added litigator Laurie J. Rust as a shareholder in Denver.
Labor and employment law firm Ogletree Deakins established a new practice group for arbitration and alternative dispute resolution. Shareholders Chris Murray in Indianapolis and Jennifer Santa Maria in San Diego will lead the group.
Phelps Dunbar elected Jason Pill in Tampa, Fla., to partnership. He practices in the areas of labor and employment law, cybersecurity, privacy, and data protection.
Michael Wieber joined Quarles & Brady as a counsel in Milwaukee on the firm’s employee benefits team.
Maria D. Sanders joined Von Briesen & Roper as a shareholder in Milwaukee. Her practice includes employment litigation. William F. Sulton joined the firm as an associate in Milwaukee. His practice focuses on employment litigation, civil litigation, and civil rights.
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