Labor and employment powerhouse Littler Mendelson has acquired a team of 11 lawyers from Locke Lord. Littler announced that the 11 lawyers joining the firm are all employment litigators and will be spread out among three of the firm’s offices in the Northeastern part of the United States: Boston, Providence and Newark, New Jersey. The team of laterals consists of three shareholders and eight counsel and is led by Todd Reed, formerly a partner in Locke Lord’s Providence office. All 11 lawyers were part of Edwards Wildman & Palmer when it wasacquired by Locke Lord in January 2015.
Doug Kaminski, formerly Senior of Director of Sales at Consilio, is now a Director at kCura. Doug is a regular speaker and expert on e-discovery conferences on topics including corporate compliance and governance, information governance, social media, security, and e-discovery.
Carolyn Casey has been appointed as senior director of industry relations at AccessData. Casey will help the company interact more closely with key members of the market to discuss trends and challenges important to AccessData’s client base, while adding transparency around the company’s vision.
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