Goodwin Procter LLP, a national Am Law 50 law firm, announced today that 12
attorneys have been elected to the firm's partnership, effective October
1. Complete bios are available here.
"We are delighted to welcome our newest partners, a group of incredibly
talented and dedicated attorneys who will play a leading role in the long-term
growth of the firm," said Regina M. Pisa, chairman and managing partner.
The newly-elected partners are:
Caroline H. Bullerjahn (Securities Litigation & SEC
Enforcement). Bullerjahn's practice encompasses securities issues ranging
from securities class action and derivatives litigation, to internal
investigations and SEC enforcement actions.
Brian C. Devine (White Collar Crime & Government
Investigations). Devine represents corporations, officers, directors, and
other entities and individuals in a wide range of litigation matters, including
criminal prosecutions for securities fraud, conspiracy, and insider trading,
civil class actions alleging violations of securities laws, and shareholder
Theresa C. Kavanaugh (IP Transactions & Strategies, Life
Sciences). Kavanaugh represents life science and high-technology clients
on a variety of patent matters including patent portfolio development,
prosecution and risk assessment.
Michael G. Strapp (IP Litigation). Strapp has
experience in complex commercial litigation and arbitration, securities
litigation and patent, trademark, and trade secret litigation and
Joseph C. Theis, Jr. (Technology Companies). Theis
represents public and private companies in a wide range of industries, including
digital media, software, Internet, energy, healthcare information technology and
Damian W. Wilmot (Commercial Litigation, White Collar Crime
& Government Investigations). Wilmot concentrates his practice on
general commercial litigation, white collar criminal defense, and governmental
and internal investigations.