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Los Angeles partner to transfer to Washington as Bryan Cave hires two to meet increasing client demand
Bryan Cave is expanding its international trade client service group in Washington, with the appointment of two new lawyers and the transfer of a partner from the Los Angeles office. Bart Fisher, formerly of Porter Wright Morris and Arthur joins as of counsel, and Jill Cramer joins as an associate from Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom. Prior to his time with Porter Wright, Fisher was a partner at Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Khan, and formerly partner and chair of the international trade practice group at Patton Boggs. At the same time, the firm has announced that Los Angeles partner Curt Dombek, will now split his time between the Los Angeles and Washington offices. Our practice has expanded because of increasing client demand, said Stanley J Marcuss, head of the international trade client service group.