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Bingham McCutchen had added 13 lawyers to its partnership, all of whom are based in the firm’s US office, in its annual round of promotions.
The majority of the new partners are based across the firm’s New York, Los Angeles and Washington offices.
Chairman Jay Zimmerman said: “Bingham has experienced 15 years of consecutive growth. In continuing to advance our successful strategy, we have added 13 partners to the deep bench of talent across our signature practices.”
The promotions are effective from 1 January and include lawyers in antitrust, private equity, energy and project finance and investment.
The promotions in full are:
Brandon Bigelow, antitrust and trade regulation, Boston
Benjamin Burkhart, private equity, Los Angeles
David Cannon, IP, San Francisco,
Sandra Franco, environmental, Washington
Rafael Galvan, energy and project finance, New York
Robert Gross, structured transactions, Washington
Christopher Lawrence, institutional finance, Hartford
Steven Miller, banking and leveraged finance, Los Angeles
Brian Rocca, antitrust and trade regulation, San Francisco
Gerald Russello, broker-dealer, New York
Joshua Sterling, investment management, Washington
Corin Swift, broker-dealer, Portland
Bradford Whitehurst, tax and employee benefits, Washington