White & Case promotes 28 to global partnership
White & Case has made up 28 lawyers to the partnership in its global promotions round.
Five promotions were made in London: Charles Balmain in the global commercial litigation practice, David Manson and Laura Prater in the global financial restructuring and insolvency practice and Stuart Willey in the firm’s bank regulatory practice. London-based Michael Watson was also named a partner in the firm’s global project finance practice, but will shortly be relocating to the firm’s office in Abu Dhabi.
Fourteen lawyers were promoted to the partnership in Europe, the Middle East and Africa: Charles-Henri Arminjon and Antoine Cousin in Riyadh; Sebastian Buss and Guniz Gokce in Istanbul; Stefan Feuerriegel and Matthias Stupp in Hamburg; Alexandre Jaurett, Nathalie Nègre-Eveillard and Guillaume Vallat in Paris; Markus Langen in Frankfurt; Jonathan Langley, Darina Lozovsky and Julia Zagonek in Moscow and Jiří Tomola in Prague.
Jonathan Olier and Nandakumar Ponniya were made up in Singapore and named global project finance expert Alexander Woody a partner in its Tokyo office.
In New York promotions went to Raj Gandesha, Marius Griskonis and Justin Wagstaff, while Richard Kebrdle was promoted in Miami and Hansel Pham was made up in Washington DC. In Mexico City Manuel Groenewold Ortíz-Mena was promoted to the partnership.