The former Health Care Counsel for the Internal Revenue Service's Office of Chief Counsel has joined Jones Day. Catherine Livingston joins as a partner. She was the principal legal adviser to IRS leadership on all aspects of the Affordable Care Act.
Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson has added a partner to its aerospace and defense government contracts practices. Jerry Howe, previously senior vice president and general counsel at aerospace and defense company TASC Inc, advises clients on regulatory matters related to M&A and private equity transactions.
The former general counsel and managing partner at A7 Global Management Services has joined Wiley Rein as a partner in the litigation practice. Gregory Williams focuses his practice on patent infringement, administrative law, contractual disputes, securities actions, insurance coverage and toxic tort. He also maintains a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act practice.
King & Spalding has added a partner to its business litigation practice in Washington. Gary Anderson, formerly a partner at Baker Hostetler, focuses on commercial litigation and white-collar issues. He has handled matters like a successful resolution a Honeywell International Inc. claim related to Boston's Big Dig project. He also represent Aon Corporation in an investigation by the New York Attorney General.
Husch Blackwell has added an international trade and customs partner to its Washington office. Robert Stang, formerly of counsel with Greenberg Traurig, focuses on compliance matters, monetary assessments, supply chain security, classification, valuation, and country of origin issues, special trade programs and customs audits.