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Recent laterals and layoffs in the legal sector:

Christopher Cox, the former Bush administration SEC head, joins Bingham McCutchen as a partner in Orange County, California. He will handle corporate law, mergers & acquisitions and securities, and will be a principal at the Bingham Consulting Group. His JD is from Harvard Law School.

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Lisa Laukitis joins Jones Day from Kirkland & Ellis as a partner in the firm’s business restructuring and reorganization practice in New York. At Kirkland, she was a partner in the firm’s restructuring group. Her JD is from the University of Dayton School of Law.

Steven Mones joins Wilmington, Delaware-based personal injury firm Freibott Law. With 22 years experience, Mones has tried cases in virtually every Delaware court, and is admitted to the bar in both Delaware and Virginia. His JD is from Widener University School of Law (formerly Delaware Law School).

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