Pamela Marple and Christopher Man, both former partners with McDermott Will & Emery, are rejoining Chadbourne & Parke's Washington office.
Marple and Man previously worked for Chadbourne from 2003-2007. Marple, a former trial attorney with the Department of Justice, rejoins as partner. She will split her time between the New York and Washington offices, where she will focus her practice on financial litigation and government enforcement actions and investigations.
Man, previously an associate at Chadbourne, rejoins as counsel. Man defends clients accused of violating securities laws, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. He represented Wal-Mart Stores Inc. in civil and criminal proceedings concerning allegations it used contractors who employed undocumented workers as floor cleaners in 22 states.
As Am Law Daily reported last week, high-profile defense attorney Abbe Lowell also returned to Chadbourne as head of its white-collar defense and special litigation and investigations group.
"Chadbourne is pleased to welcome Pamela and Chris back to the firm," said Andrew Giaccia, the firm’s managing partner, in a written statement. "The addition of these two talented attorneys, along with the recent return of Abbe Lowell, greatly enhances our capabilities with respect to the increasingly important area of special investigations and government enforcement, as well as our overall litigation offerings."