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Arent Fox LLP has added labor and employment lawyer Harry I. Johnson III as a partner in its Los Angeles office. Prior to joining Arent Fox Johnson served in the labor and employment practice at Jones Day.

The addition of Johnson is part of an ongoing expansion at Arent Fox’s L.A. office, which opened in 2007. Last week, Arent Fox added six partners from Venable to its automotive practice. There are now more than 40 attorneys in the L.A. office.

In his new role Johnson is slated to counsel clients on issues posed by California and federal labor and employment law.

  
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