Two more Dewey & LeBoeuf attorneys in Washington have left the close-to-defunct firm. This time, they bolted for Duane Morris, which announced the moves late Monday.
Jocelyn Bramble and Mark Walsh, formerly partner and counsel, respectively, have joined Duane Morris in D.C., along with 14 of their former colleagues who left for Duane's New York and Boston offices.
Bramble, a civil litigator, focuses her practice on complex class actions and insurance matters. She also counsels clients on corporate governance. Recently, she represented Allstate Insurance Co. on litigation matters. Walsh represents clients in civil, criminal and regulatory matters, focused on securities regulation, corporate governance, compliance and commercial disputes.
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