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Baker Hostetler announced today that four new attorneys, three partners and one of counsel, have joined the New York office. The four new partners are Partners Mark Kornfeld, formerly of Hogan & Harson, Deborah Renner, from Sonnenschein Nath, and Gonzalo S. Zeballos who served as assistant general counsel for AIG. Timothy Pfeifer, who will be of counsel, moves from White & Case.

Cleveland’s Baker Hostetler is the 94th largest law firm globally, employing more than 600 attorneys. The firm has offices in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Costa Mesa, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Orlando and Washington, D.C.

  
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