Duane Morris’ D.C. office picked up Glenn Manishin from Kelley Drye Collier Shannon. Manishin joined Duane Morris as a partner in the trial practice group and focuses his practice on antitrust, telecommunications, and technology policy litigation matters.
Manishin made the move for “long-term growth reasons,” citing the need for more attorneys with specific expertise and a greater geographic reach to really expand his practice.
Manishin advised ProComp, a coalition of software companies, in its opposition to the government’s settlement in the Microsoft antitrust proceedings. Some of his other clients include Telos Corp. and the Computer & Communications Industry Association.
Manishin was the regional head of Kelley Drye’s litigation practice for several years, but he’s excited about being at a larger firm where managerial and administrative tasks are handled more like a typical company.
“As much as I enjoyed the informal responsibility of coordinating stray cats at Kelley Drye, I am even more looking forward to not having to do much of that here at Duane Morris,” says Manishin.