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US firm Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison has made up four associates in its latest round of partnership promotions, all in New York.
Andrew Ehrlich, David Brown and Jacqueline Rubin have made partner in the litigation group while Manuel Frey has been made up in the corporate department.
Paul Weiss chairman Alfred Youngwood said: "We're proud to announce the election of these four outstanding lawyers to partnership at the firm."
The firm's London office, which houses just two partners, has been overlooked again in the promotions round.
Last year the firm promoted five to the partnership. The Beijing office received one new partner while New York received four. The promotions were in litigation, corporate and employee benefits and executive compensation.