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Jones Day Adds Six Partners to Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. Offices
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jones dayJones Day has added six partners to its firm. John Froemming, previously the head of Howrey’s Trademark Practice Group, and Susan Kayser, a noted trademark litigator, will both join in the firm’s Washington office. David Steuber, Tyrone Childress, David Meyer, and Amy Fink, all of whom are well-recognized lawyers in insurance recovery and general litigation, will join the firm’s Los Angeles office.

In the press release at the firm’s website, Chris Lovrien, Partner-in-Charge of Jones Day’s Los Angeles Office was quoted as saying: “This group not only brings substantial depth to two very important and already strong practices at Jones Day, it is an indication of the continued growth plans we have in Los Angeles and throughout the state.”

Dave Steuber was the Chair of Howrey’s Insurance Recovery practice, and is a recognized leader in his field.

  
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Formerly the Southern California co-managing partner for Howrey and co-chair of its Insurance Recovery practice, Ty Childress focuses his practice on complex business and tort litigation, insurance coverage advice, and related coverage litigation.

Amy Fink focuses her practice on general and complex litigation and insurance coverage advice.

David Meyer’s practice focuses on antitrust, commercial litigation, and appeals.

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Greg Shumaker, Partner-in-Charge of Jones Day’s Washington Office was quoted as saying: “John and Susan add great depth to our trademark, copyright, and false advertising capabilities in Washington and their experience will help us deliver better service to our clients. Their arrival enhances our worldwide intellectual property practice, which includes nearly 300 lawyers and allows us to handle virtually any IP issue our clients might have.”

John Froemming is a trial lawyer with over twenty years of experience in commercial and intellectual property litigation.



With fifteen plus years of experience in intellectual property litigation and counseling, trademark, copyright, and false advertising, Susan Kayser has been nationally recognized in her field.

Jones Day is a global law firm providing significant legal representation for more than half of the Fortune Global 500 companies.

 

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