PHOENIX, AZ—Snell & Wilmer is pleased to announce six attorneys have been elected to join the firm’s partnership, effective March 1, 2024. Additionally, six attorneys were promoted to the counsel role, effective January 1, 2024.
Snell & Wilmer’s newly elected partners are:
Kevin M. Brown, Commercial Litigation, San Diego
Brown serves as a trusted advisor and experienced advocate for his clients and his primary area of practice is employment law, and he routinely handles commercial litigation.
Laurie Choi, Commercial Litigation, Denver
With a background in construction management, general contracting, and civil and environmental engineering,
Allison Davis, Corporate & Securities, Phoenix
Davis focuses her practice in corporate and securities with an emphasis on healthcare regulatory and transactional law.
Marshall J. Hogan, Bankruptcy and Reorganization, Orange County
Hogan is a commercial litigation and business bankruptcy attorney who assists clients with a wide variety of business disputes and bankruptcy matters.
Sara Van Houten, Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, Phoenix
Van Houten counsels employers regarding all aspects of the design, operation and compliance of their employee benefit and executive compensation plans.
David P. Williams, Labor & Employment, Salt Lake City
Williams assists clients with employment matters and advises employers in all aspects of the employment relationship.
Snell & Wilmer’s newly promoted counsel are:
Katharine A. Adams, Products Liability, Orange County
Adams focuses her practice in product liability litigation, defending domestic and foreign motor vehicle and consumer product manufacturers and suppliers.
Gary H. Graca, Real Estate, Denver
Graca focuses his practice in commercial finance, real estate, and corporate and securities.
Jenny Hua, Commercial Litigation, Orange County
Hua’s practice is concentrated in commercial litigation and appellate litigation.
Imeabasi Ibok, Corporate and Securities, Los Angeles
Ibok focuses his practice in corporate and securities, including complex mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, securities law compliance, entity formation, corporate governance, and a variety of general corporate matters.
Ryan J. Regula, Special Litigation and Compliance, Phoenix
Regula represents publicly and privately held companies as well as government agencies and offices.
Raminta A. Rudys, Bankruptcy and Reorganization, Portland
Rudys’ practice focuses on the representation of financial institutions in the areas of creditors’ rights and bankruptcy litigation and on the resolution of real and personal property disputes in state and federal courts throughout Oregon and Washington.