Law Firm Insider: 7/19/11
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July 19, 2011 | 12:00 a.m. EDT
Husch Blackwell hired 24 attorneys from Denver-based firm Jacobs Chase. All of the lawyers will stay in Denver, as Husch Blackwell's Denver office expands to 41 attorneys. Jones Day had a big week. The firm hired technology litigator Robert Kantner in Dallas, banking and finance lawyer Susan Siebert in Boston, and opened a new office in São Paulo, Brazil. Finally, the firm established a fund for children affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. DLA Piper hired two partners in Brisbane, Australia, hired former Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meager & Flom partner Chris Dickerson in Chicago, and moved John Goulios from its Melbourne office to Singapore. Woodcock Washburn partner David Bailey has been promoted to the firm's three-member management team. Jordan Thomas, an attorney for the Security and Exchange Commission, has left the government agency to join Labaton Sucharow, where he will lead a new practice that will represent people who report violations of federal security laws. Kasowitz promoted seven lawyers to become partners at the firm.
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Robert Bostrom will join SNR Denton in August as co-head of financial institutions and funds sector at the firm. Dykema Gossett hired Ashley Fickel in Los Angeles and Christopher Kratovil in Dallas.
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