Workflows: Law Firm News for Jan. 5, 2018

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

Labor and employment law firm FordHarrison added Ross A. Boughton and Timothy L. Reed in San Francisco. Boughton joins as office managing partner, and Reed joins as counsel. The firm also added Michael G. Prendergast as a partner in Jacksonville.
Holland & Hart elected immigration and employment lawyer Roger Tsai in Denver to the firm’s partnership.

Thomas P. Murphy joined worklaw firm Jackson Lewis in Washington as a principal.

McDermott Will & Emery promoted Sarah Engle in Chicago and Ashley McCarthy in New York to partnership. They specialize in employee benefits.

Munger, Tolles & Olson elected litigator Margaret G. Maraschino in Los Angeles a partner. Her practice focuses on labor and employment matters.

Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough promoted Cassie L. Crawford in Winston-Salem, N.C., to partner. Crawford practices in the areas of employment litigation, business litigation, and class action defense. The firm also promoted Allison Crawford Ford in Greenville, S.C., to counsel. Ford practices in the areas of employment and labor law and business and general litigation.
Worklaw firm Ogletree Deakins welcomed Laurence (Larry) Shapero as a shareholder in Seattle.

Plaintiff-side employment law firm Outten & Golden promoted four attorneys to partnership: Melissa E. Pierre-Louis, Melissa Lardo Stewart, and Gregory S. Chiarello in New York; and Sally J. Abrahamson in Washington.

Seyfarth Shaw added international employment lawyer Daniel E. Waldman as a partner in New York.

Ruth Wimer, who is an accountant as well as a lawyer, joined Winston & Strawn as a partner in Washington. Wimer focuses her practice on executive compensation tax issues.