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Date: January 8, 2018

Foley & Mansfield Names New Equity Partners, Additions to Partnership

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Date: January 8, 2018
by foleyandmansfield

Foley & Mansfield Names New Equity Partners, Additions to Partnership

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The national law firm of Foley & Mansfield is pleased to announce the election of seven partners to the Firm’s Equity Partnership, and the addition of eight attorneys to its Partnership.

Elected to the Equity Partnership are Thomas J. Burns, Meredith S. Hudgens and Jackie W. Miller, Chicago; Christine L. Hawkins and Thomas J. Tarkoff, Oakland; Ilene M. Munk, Portland; and Mark D. Sayre, Los Angeles.

Joining the Non-Equity Partnership are attorneys Lauren C. Taylor, Arturo E. Sandoval, Robert M. Menchini and Duncan S. Lemmon, Oakland; Claire C. Kossmann, Chicago; Margaret I. Johnson, Los Angeles; and Ashleigh N. Johnson and Ryan M. Hatcher, St. Louis.

“Each and every one of these professionals have demonstrated a strong commitment to client service and the leadership skills necessary to contribute to the firm’s continued success,” said Kyle B. Mansfield, Founding Partner. “All are consummate professionals who have earned the respect of our team, our clients and industries, and the communities in which we live and serve.”

 

We invite you to follow the links above and learn more about these exceptional professionals.

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