October 2013 Bar Bulletin
 
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I can't believe it's almost Halloween already. Since we don't really get trick-or-treaters in the lovely "West Edge" neighborhood, I was considering attending the Seattle Symphony's showing of Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho," complete with live symphonic accompaniment. The Market Ghost Tour is fun for Halloween too, but I've already done it, so it is time for something new.

Speaking of something new, here is our monthly lineup of lawyers in new positions and new firms.

Principal and Partner Pronouncements

Kathleen Petrich has joined Miller Nash as a partner in the firm's Seattle office. Petrich focuses on advising clients regarding their intellectual property rights.

Wendy Kearns has joined Davis Wright Tremaine LLP as a partner. Kearns represents a wide variety of technology clients in transactional and intellectual property matters.

Ryan Straus and Daniel Friedberg have joined Riddell Williams P.S. as principals and co-chairs of the payments practice area. They both have backgrounds in technology and financial services and were previously with Graham & Dunn PC.

Other Attorney Additions

Inessa Baram-Blackwell recently joined Lane Powell. Baram-Blackwell's practice focuses on securities and corporate governance litigation, labor litigation, and other complex litigation matters. She was formerly with Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati.


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