Workflows: Law Firm News for Jan. 17, 2018

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

Bressler, Amery & Ross promoted Matthew I. Penfield in Birmingham, Ala., to principal and Emily J. Bordens in Florham Park, N.J., to counsel. They both handle labor and employment and litigation matters.

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck promoted employment litigator Martine Wells in Denver to shareholder.

Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi promoted Lindsay Dischley in West Orange, N.J., to counsel in the firm’s litigation and labor and employment groups.

Clark Hill promoted the following attorneys to senior attorney: immigration lawyer Alison P. Hitz in Washington; and labor and employment lawyers Carly O. Machasic in Detroit, Nicole M. Paterson in Grand Rapids, Mich., and Brian D. Shekell in Detroit.

Crowell & Moring elected labor and employment group member Rebecca L. Springer in Washington to its partnership.

Lathrop Gage promoted Kyle Hertel and Jehan Moore in Kansas City, Mo., to partner. Hertel focuses on employee benefits and tax matters, and Moore focuses on employment law and commercial litigation.

Aaron D. Crews returned to worklaw firm Littler in Sacramento, Calif., as the firm’s first chief data analytics officer.

Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler promoted Douglas L. Tang to counsel. Tang practices in the firm’s employee benefits and executive compensation department in New York.

Labor and employment lawyer Jack Schaedel joined the Scali Law Firm in Los Angeles as a partner.

Union-side law firm Sherman Dunn promoted Esmeralda Aguilar in Washington to partnership. She specializes in prevailing wage laws.