Crowell & Moring has promoted seven attorneys to partner, including six in Washington.
Daniel Cannistra, Peter Eyre, Shawn Johnson, Ian Laird, Gerald Murphy and Daniel Wolff, have been elected partners at Crowell & Moring. Cannistra, Eyre, Johnson, Murphy and Wolff were previously counsel. Laird was previously special litigation counsel.
Cannistra is a member of the international trade group, where he focuses his practice on legislative, executive, and regulatory representation of domestic and international clients on international trade and customs matters.
Eyre is a member of the government contracts group and focuses his practice on corporate compliance reviews, dispute resolution, bid protests, complex investigations of potential civil and criminal matters, GSA Schedule contracting, suspension and debarment proceedings and mandatory disclosures.
Johnson is a member of the antitrust group and counsels clients on mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and compliance.
Laird is a member of the international dispute resolution group and counsels clients on investment arbitrations, treaty arbitrations and disputes.
Murphy is a member of the aviation, corporate and administrative law/regulatory practice where he represents U.S. and foreign airlines, manufacturers, service providers and industry trade associations on aviation regulatory matters, transactions and disputes.
Wolff is a member of the environment and natural resources group where he focuses on appellate and trial litigation related to environmental and natural resources law, mine safety and health, public lands, and Superfund.
"Our new partners and counsel are being recognized for their outstanding efforts in support of excellence in service to our clients, our firm, and our communities," Kent Gardiner, Crowell & Moring chairman, said in a written statement. "We are excited about their futures, and look forward to their contributions to the firm, their leadership among peers, and their ideas for innovation as we move forward together."