Greenberg Traurig LLP promoted Rachel B. Cohen-Deano, Julia D. Riedel Emfinger and Brian R. Singer to shareholder.
Cohen-Deano is a member of the corporate practice and focuses on forming private equity, distressed debt, venture capital and special strategy investment funds and structuring and negotiating complex corporate transactions.
Emfinger is a member of the litigation practice and represents clients in labor and employment litigation, product liability disputes and bankruptcy litigation as well as a wide range of complex business litigation, arbitration, mediation and trials in both state and federal courts.
Singer is a member of the corporate practice and represents private equity sponsors in connection with mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, restructurings and other transactional matters.
Duane Morris LLP added William M. Gantz as a partner in the trial practice group in the firm’s Chicago and Boston offices.
He has experience representing manufacturing, gaming, technology and insurance clients in intellectual property and commercial litigation.
Latham & Watkins LLP added Neal J. Reenan and Ian N. Bushner as partners in the corporate department and as members of the mergers and acquisitions and private equity practices.
They advise private equity sponsors and public and private companies on complex corporate transactions across a range of industries.
Both join from Kirkland & Ellis LLP.
Correction: An article in the March 11 edition of the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, titled, “Doubts raised over protections for mentally disabled defendants,” should have stated that Daniel T. Mallon, an assistant state appellate defender, argued on behalf of the defendant.