Morgan Lewis promotes 47 lawyers to partner

New partners span 14 offices and 13 practices

Morgan Lewis promotes 47 lawyers to partner

Morgan Lewis has elevated 47 lawyers to partner, effective Oct. 1, 2022. They hail from 14 offices and 13 practices.

“Our newest partners have demonstrated excellence and the commitment to being best in class for our clients, our firm, and our local and global communities,” said firm chair Jami McKeon. “Their expertise and experience reflect our firm’s diverse strength and depth of resources across the globe and throughout key industries. They represent diversity in its broadest sense, and include many leaders of our ML Women, returning parent, veteran, persons of color, LGBTQ+ and other network groups within the firm.”

The newest partners include alumni of both government service and in-house positions, and all share the firm’s dedication to pro bono, inclusion and service.

FOLLOWING ARE THE NEW PARTNERS:

CAROLYN J.D. ABRAM

Investment Management
Dubai

KRISTIN H. ALTOFF

Intellectual Property
Washington, DC

CHRISTOPHER C. ARCHER

Corporate & Business Transactions
Philadelphia

MANA BEHBIN

Investment Management
Washington, DC

DAVID K. BROWN

Litigation
Los Angeles

NATHANIEL P. BRUHN

Litigation
Boston

DEPING CHAI

Intellectual Property
Philadelphia

MONICA H. CHANG

Investment Management
San Francisco

ANTHONY D. CIPRIANO

Tax
Seattle

JOHN D. CLEAVER

Investment Management
New York

M. LUISA DI LAURO

Antitrust & Competition
New York

DAVID C. DZIENGOWSKI

Labor & Employment
Philadelphia

CRYSTAL FANG

Corporate & Business Transactions
Los Angeles

ALANA F. GENDERSON

Labor & Employment
Washington, DC

CARLY E. GREY

Employee Benefits
Washington, DC

SARAH J. GRIMM

Finance
New York

RYAN W. HANOFEE

Corporate & Business Transactions
Boston

JACOB J. HARPER

FDA & Healthcare
Washington, DC

DOUGLAS A. HASTINGS

Litigation
Washington, DC

ANDREW HAUPT

Corporate & Business Transactions
Philadelphia

EVAN K. JACOBS

Litigation
Philadelphia

JANE M. KANG

Energy & Project Development
Los Angeles

NOAH J. KAUFMAN

Antitrust & Competition
Boston

ERIC C. KIM

Labor & Employment
Philadelphia

SU JIN KIM

Litigation
Philadelphia

MARK A. LAZAROFF

Energy & Project Development
Philadelphia

RICHARD M. LEE

Corporate & Business Transactions
Silicon Valley

STEVEN LIGHTSTONE

Investment Management
London

KIMBERLEY E. LUNETTA

Labor & Employment
Miami

GRANT R. MACQUEEN

Litigation
New York

PAUL MESQUITTA

Litigation
London

DOUGLAS NORTON

Tax
Washington DC

EMILY B. PICKERING

Private Client
Philadelphia

REBEKAH RABER

Corporate & Business Transactions
New York

NICHOLAS A. RESTAURI

Intellectual Property
Chicago

STEPHANIE L. ROBERTS

Intellectual Property
Washington DC

PHILIP S. SARID

Structured Transactions
New York

JOHN J. SHEEHAN

Corporate & Business Transactions
Philadelphia

ALEXANDER B. STEIN

Intellectual Property
Silicon Valley

BENJAMIN J. STEIN

Corporate & Business Transactions
Boston

LENA M. SURILOV

Finance
Boston

ADAM D. TEITCHER

Litigation
Orange County

LEONIDAS THEODOSIOU

Antitrust & Competition
London

ADAM E. WAGMEISTER

Labor & Employment
Century City

JACLYN UNIS WHITTAKER

Litigation
Philadelphia

MILAN G. WOZNIAK

Structured Transactions
Chicago

PAMELA T. WU

Energy & Project Development
Washington, DC

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