Workflows: Law Firm News for March 2, 2018

In Workflows, Bloomberg Law brings you the latest in the steady stream of news about labor and employment lawyers.
Desiree Gargano joined Certilman Balin in East Meadow, N.Y., as an associate in the employment law and litigation practice groups.

Labor and employment law firm Fisher Phillips added Brendan Joy as counsel in Los Angeles and Rebecca King and Steven Alvarado as associates in Irvine, Calif.

Gordon & Rees welcomed several lawyers to its employment practice group: partner Mitchell Fishberg in Hartford, Conn.; associate Neha Shingane in Atlanta; associate Chirag Patel in Chicago; associate Maxine Nicholas in Florham Park, N.J.; associates Michael Huynh and Marshall Lurtz in San Diego; and associate Ronnie Shou in San Francisco.

Worklaw firm Littler added Bradley Schwan as a shareholder in its offices in Los Angeles and Irvine, Calif.

Litigator Lisa Hamasaki joined labor and employment law firm Ogletree Deakins as a shareholder in San Francisco. Margaret “Maggie” Hanrahan, a shareholder in Charlotte, N.C., was named co-chair of the firm’s class action practice group.

Quinlivan & Hughes in St. Cloud, Minn., elected Cally Kjellberg-Nelson a shareholder. She focuses on employment and governmental liability litigation.

Strasburger & Price appointed employment lawyer Kim Moore as partner in charge of its office in Frisco, Texas.
Weld Riley elected attorney Walker J. J. Stutzman in Eau Claire, Wis., a shareholder. He focuses on labor and employment law and workers’ compensation defense.

Winston & Strawn named employee benefits and executive compensation partner David Rogers co-managing partner of its office in Washington.