Hogan & Hartson added two partners to its financial services practice in Washington this week, including Richard Schaberg, who was previously managing partner of Thacher Proffitt & Wood’s D.C. office. Schaberg brought partner Christian Chandler with him.
At Hogan, Schaberg will continue his practice of representing financial institutions in corporate, regulatory, and transactional matters. Chandler focuses on employee benefits and executive compensation matters for financial institution clients.
In a press release, Schaberg said the move is “a fantastic opportunity for Christian and me to expand our corporate practice.”
Thacher Proffitt has nine lawyers in its D.C. office, compared to Hogan’s 489 Washington lawyers. In this year’s AmLaw 100, Hogan reported profits per partner of $1.185 million, and in the AmLaw 200, Thacher had profits per partner of $1.02 million.