Workflows: Law Firm News for Feb. 14, 2018

In Workflows, Bloomberg Law brings you the latest in the steady stream of news about labor and employment lawyers.

Gray Reed promoted Chance Decker in Houston to partner. His practice focuses on employment, commercial, and oil and gas litigation.

Hahn Loeser & Parks added three immigration attorneys in Columbus, Ohio—partner Kenneth J. Robinson, senior counsel Donald C. Slowik, and associate Bano Itayim.

Harter Secrest & Emery elected Benjamin E. Mudrick in Rochester, N.Y., a partner. He focuses on labor and employment law and litigation.

Heyl Royster named Kevin Luther its office managing partner in Rockford, Ill. Luther’s practice involves employment and labor law and workers’ compensation.

Higgs Fletcher & Mack in San Diego added Varinia Guzman as an associate in its immigration and nationality law practice group.

Worklaw firm Jackson Lewis added Gary M. Tocci in Philadelphia as a principal. His practice focuses on labor management matters.

Labor and employment law firm Littler appointed two new office managing shareholders: Constance E. Norton in San Francisco and Gregory G. Iskander in Walnut Creek, Calif.

Worklaw firm Ogletree Deakins has several new office managing shareholders: Meg Alli in Detroit; Carolyn Russell in Houston; Stacy Bunck in Kansas City, Mo.; David Raizman in Los Angeles; Jon Harris in Nashville, Tenn.; and Michael Glass in Pittsburgh. Phoenix shareholder Nonnie Shivers and Pittsburgh shareholder W. Scott Hardy were elected to the firm’s board of directors. Ogletree also welcomed Stephen Macri and Joseph Cartafalsa as shareholders in New York.