The latest private practice and in-house moves from some of the biggest players on legal market
from 25th November to 2nd December 2015.

 

Baker & McKenzie has added James Thompson and Joanna Hewitt as Partners to their office in London, which further strengthened its Corporate Practice. Mr. Thompson and Ms. Hewitt both have a wide range of experience on transaction, the additions of them will enhance the firm’s markets and corporate capabilities.

The original press release may be found here on Backer & McKenzie’s website.

 

Bird & Bird appointed Paul Waszink to join their Tech & Comms and Media sector groups as a Senior Associate in The Hague. Mr. Waszink will bring his more than fifteen years’ experience in the industries, which is going to reinforce the firm’s position as a top law firm in the related industries.

The original press release may be found here on Bird & Bird’s website.

 

Greenberg Traurig has welcomed Paul M. Seby lately to join their Denver office as Shareholder in the firm’s Environmental Practice. Mr. Seby will join the company with his comprehensive experience in various types of environmental industries as well as his profound insights towards the fields.

The original press release may be found here on Greenberg Traurig’s website.

 

Jones Day has appointed Julia E. McEvoy as a Partner in the Firm’s Washington Office. Ms. McEvoy will work on the firm’s Antitrust & Competition Law Practice and will be in charge of advising senior DOJ and Obama Administration officials. The addition of her will enhance the antitrust team of the firm.

Jones Day has added Mark Crean as a Partner to its Sydney Office. Mr. Crean is going to work on the Firm’s Australian M&A Practice with his solid knowledge on mergers and acquisitions and private equity. The addition of Mr. Crean will empower the firm’s ability to offer better service to its clients globally.

The originals press releases may be found here & here on Jones Day’s website.