Vinson & Elkins loses 13 health care lawyers to King & Spalding
Thirteen health care lawyers left Vinson & Elkins officially Monday and began practice at the Houston and Washington, D.C., offices of Atlanta-based King & Spalding.
This is a larger-than-usual cluster and leaves Vinson & Elkins with only a couple of lawyers in the health care group in Houston and Washington who are also likely to soon leave or retire.
Joining Eiland in the King & Spalding Houston office are partners Dennis Dunn and Nancy LeGros and associates Adam Robison and Christina Gonzalez.
In the Washington office, the new partners are Dennis Barry, Christopher Keough and Joseph Lynch. Also joining that office are counsel Stephanie Webster and associates J. Harold Richards, Robert Waters, Lori Mihalich and Daniel Hettich.
King & Spalding is an international law firm with more than 800 lawyers.
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