Law Firm Insider: 9/20/12

Find out what's happening at the Best Law Firms.

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Greenberg Traurig hired Joey Shabot in Tel Aviv, and Michael Loesberg in New Jersey.

Hogan Lovells hired five intellectual property partners in Silicon Valley, two commercial trial lawyers in San Francisco, and one partner in London.

Morris, Manning & Martin created a crisis management practice in Atlanta and hired Robert Alpert to head the new division.

Edwards Wildman hired Charles Berman and Timothy Kalas to work in Madison, N.J.

Hunton & Williams hired Ronald Rubin and Scott Kimpel to work in Washington, D.C.

Covington & Burling hired Weishi Li in Washington, D.C.

K&L Gates hired Natalie Boyd to work in Dubai and Stuart Nibley to work in Washington, D.C.

Barnes & Thornburg hired Bonita Hatchett to work in Chicago and John Meyers to work in Atlanta.

Manatt, Phelps & Phillips hired Robert Shulman in Washington, D.C. and Sean Wee in New York City.

Nelson Levine de Luca & Hamilton announced they are opening an office in Greensboro, N.C. on November 1.

Nelson Mullins hired six new attorneys in Atlanta and one healthcare attorney in Raleigh, N.C.

White & Case hired Darragh Byrne to work in its Stockholm office.

Kirkland & Ellis hired Michael Keats to work as a litigation partner in New York City.

Burns White hired two lawyers in Pittsburgh and one lawyer in Philadelphia.

SNR Denton hired American Express' chief privacy officer, Andy Roth, in New York City.

Kilpatrick Townsend hired Edwin Garrison in Atlanta and Arrienne Lezak in Silicon Valley.

Gibson Dunn hired Tracey Davies in Dallas and Joshua Soven in Washington, D.C.


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