McKenna Long & Aldridge has added three partners to the firm’s white-collar and criminal defense practice. Nancy Grunberg, Treazure Johnson and George Kostolampros will focus on civil and criminal securities law enforcement and financial disclosure issues. The three were previously partners at Venable. Grunberg was also formerly co-head of Venable's SEC and white-collar defense practice.
Crowell & Moring has added two partners—Troy Barsky and Christine Clements—to its health care group in Washington. Barsky and Clements were previously director of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' division of the technical payment policy, chronic care policy group and the chief Medicare counsel at Aetna, Inc., respectively. At Crowell, Barsky will counsel clients on the risk and the economic matters as they relate to the Affordable Care Act. Clements will focus on federal healthcare government contracts.
Dorsey & Whitney has added a former U.S. Justice Department official to its Washington office. Thomas Lorenzen joins the firm's regulatory affairs group as a partner. He was previously an assistant chief in the Environment and Natural Resource Division. At Main Justice Lorenzen litigated cases that relate to the Clean Air Act; Clean Water Act; Safe Drinking Water Act; and the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.