Workflows: Law Firm News for March 6, 2018

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

Arnold & Porter elected Brian Witkowski to counsel. He is a member of the compensation and benefits practice in Chicago.

Dykema elected labor and employment lawyers Noah S. Hurwitz in Ann Arbor, Mich., and Elisa J. Lintemuth in Grand Rapids, Mich., to its membership.

Sonia N. (Ramirez) Anderson, a labor and employment associate at Husch Blackwell in Denver, was appointed to the Board of the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association.

Worklaw firm Littler opened an office in Greenville, S.C., with the addition of shareholder William Foster. He focuses his practice on employment law, employee benefits, and immigration.

Rothman Gordon in Pittsburgh added three employment attorneys: partner Samuel J. Cordes and associates John E. Black and Nicholas A. Krakoff.

Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton elected the following attorneys to partnership: Travis Anderson from the labor and employment and business trial practice groups in San Diego; Robert Mussig from the labor and employment practice group in Los Angeles; Justine Phillips from the labor and employment practice group and the privacy and cybersecurity team in San Diego; and Tamar Rosenberg from the tax, employee benefits, and trust and estates practice group in New York.

Labor and employment lawyer Jeff Stewart joined White and Williams as counsel in Center Valley, Pa.

Wright Lindsey Jennings elected Neemah Esmaeilpour in Little Rock, Ark., to partnership. Esmaeilpour’s practice focuses on employment-based immigration and employment law.