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Partner Moves

July 2014

Boies, Schiller & Flexner partner Tanya Chutkan won confirmation from a unanimous Senate to become a judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. She joined the Firm in 2002, after 11 years as a public defender.  During her time here she helped bring three antitrust class actions to successful jury verdicts for plaintiffs and brought a civil case to a positive settlement mid-trial.

Richard Feinstein rejoined the Firm in Washington, D.C., after four years as the Federal Trade Commission’s top antitrust enforcer. His main practice areas include antitrust litigation and advice.

Karen Dunn joined the Firm in February to focus on high-profile litigation and crisis management. She previously served as an associate White House counsel, an assistant U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia, and the communications director and a senior advisor to then senator Hillary Clinton.

Michael Gottlieb joined the Firm in October to focus on government litigation, white collar criminal investigations, enforcement, securities litigation, data privacy, cyber security, and constitutional litigation. He previously served as a special assistant to President Obama and an associate White House counsel.

Parker Bagley will move to Oakland, California, this summer to boost our IP practice there. Heather King, Michael Merley, Luke Nikas, and Ansgar Simon were promoted to partner.