ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - Nov 1, 2012) -  King & Spalding announced today that the following lawyers have been made partners in areas of strategic focus for the firm, effective January 1, 2013:

  • Jonathan R. Chally, Atlanta (consumer class action and securities litigation)

  • Paul R. Johnson, San Francisco (appellate litigation)

  • C. Spencer Johnson, III, Atlanta (real estate funds formation/capital raising and investment 

  • Brandt Leibe, Houston (government investigations and related litigation)

  • Lauren Reeder McClurg, Washington, D.C. (pharmaceutical products liability and toxic tort litigation)

  • Kevin D. Mohr, Houston (global disputes and related complex litigation)

  • Robert T. Neufeld, Atlanta (patent portfolio counseling and prosecution)

  • Adam Robison, Houston (health care transactional and regulatory)

  • Cheryl A. Sabnis, San Francisco (complex litigation, including in the employment and products liability areas)

  • Steven T. Snyder, Charlotte (patent litigation)

  • Brad Thompson, Austin (complex commercial litigation and regulatory matters)

In addition, the firm promoted the following lawyers to counsel:

Tom C. Childs, London (international arbitration)
Jane Y. Cohen, Washington, D.C. (international trade compliance and investigations)
Jennifer C. Kane, Atlanta (tobacco products liability litigation)
Jennifer M. Miller, Atlanta (financial institutions transactions)

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