Big Law veteran Allison Charney has been named as the executive director of the Mount Sinai Medical Legal Partnership, a group that helps patients with Covid-19-related matters like seeking unemployment benefits, visa extensions, public benefits, and child custody.
Pillsbury has hired two insolvency and restructuring partners in New York as part of a long-term plan to grow its bankruptcy practice that the firm says predates the coronavirus’ negative effects on the economy.
Crowell & Moring has hired a pair of False Claims Act-focused partners in Washington, Michael Shaheen from the Department of Justice and Preston Pugh, a former federal prosecutor most recently practicing at Miller & Chevalier.
Goodwin Procter is bringing on a new chief practice management officer from Sullivan & Cromwell as it looks to maximize its strategy that merges the practice of law with the business of law.
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