The latest private practice and in-house moves from some of the biggest players on legal market
from 13th May to 18th May 2016.
Baker & McKenzie partner Curtis Masters has been appointed a member of the International Council of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The International Council is comprised of 12 leading international lawyers, professors, judges and other legal experts personally selected by the Supreme Court’s Chief Justice, Kairat Mami. Mr. Masters is the only Kazakhstan-based foreign lawyer selected for this honor.
The full press release can be found here on Baker & McKenzie’s website.
Bird & Bird is delighted to announce the appointment of Jim Bell, a rising star in the field of aviation finance, as a partner in the Aviation & Aerospace Group, based in London. Listed as a ‘Rising Star’ in both Airfinance Journal and the Thomson Reuters Super Lawyers directory, Jim joins from Allen & Overy, where he was a Senior Associate in the Structured and Asset Finance Group.
The full press release can be found here on Bird & Bird’s website.
Dentons is pleased to announce the recruitment of David Moore as a partner in the London Energy, Transport and Infrastructure (ETI) practice. A highly regarded infrastructure lawyer with specialist expertise in the transport sector, David joins from Clyde & Co where he was appointed a partner in 2012, having previously been a partner at Herbert Smith.
The full press release can be found here on Dentons’ website.
Jones Day has announced that Elizabeth (Liz) Dougherty and Douglas (Doug) Hall have joined the Firm as partners in its Labor & Employment Practice and will be based in Jones Day’s Washington Office. Both Doug and Liz are among the nation’s most experienced transportation labor practitioners, with deep experience in the Railway Labor Act (“RLA”).
The full press release can be found here on Jones Day’s website.
Reed Smith is delighted to announce the appointment of Mark Pring, who will join the firm’s top tier rated insurance recoveries team as partner in London. Mark is currently head of Addleshaw Goddard LLP insurance practice. Mark has established experience in handling complex coverage issues for policyholders including multi-jurisdictional litigation and arbitration proceedings.
The full press release can be found here on Reed Smith’s website.