Hinshaw & Culbertson promoted 11 lawyers to partner in nine offices.
Schiff Hardin hired Kristina Jones in Atlanta.
Nelson Mullins hired Juan Marcelino and James O'Hare to work in Boston.
DLA Piper hired intellectual property lawyer Adam Cooke to work for its London intellectual property and technology practice and Thomas deButts and Mark Paoletta to workin its government affairs practice in Washington, D.C. Jan Geert Meents was promoted to managing partner of DLA Piper Germany.
Burr & Forman hired Sean Dudley.
Roetzel & Andress announced that Jeffrey Casto would take over as its chairman and CEO.
Morris, Manning & Martin formed a new mobile law and compliance group to help companies navigate mobile security, policy, and privacy.
Jones Day hired Markus Kappenhagen to work in its German labor and employment group.
Dickinson Wright opened an office in Columbus, Ohio, the firm's 11th.
Jeffrey Alan Hovden joined Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi's New York City office.
Wolf Greenfield hired three new litigation attorneys.
The Women in Law Empowerment Forum awarded Foley & Lardner with its Gold Standard certification, noting that the firm has hired women to work in its highest levels.
Sidley Austin hired Alexander Moon to work for its global finance practice. Former federal prosecutor Joshua Hill joined the firm in San Francisco, and Vincenzo Salvatore became senior counsel for the firm's European life sciences regulatory practice.
Buckey Sandler hired Andrew Schilling.
Barnes & Thornburg hired Shawn Pearson in Minneapolis and Brian Downey to work in Columbus, Ohio.