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Greenberg Traurig hires a new shareholder in its corporate and securities practice; Herrick, Feinstein's tax and personal planning group names a new co-chair; and Jones Day adds to its offices in Sy
King & Spalding brings aboard a former assistant chief of the Justice Department's antitrust division in New York; Gibson Dunn hires a longtime veteran of the SEC; and Schiff Hardin grabs four attorn
Coleen Friel Middleton, of counsel at Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, reviews the enforcement priorities revealed in the DOJ's FY 2013 budget requests and its Strategic Plan for 2012 through
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