WASHINGTON, DC—Venable LLP announced today that it has elected seven attorneys in the firm’s Washington office to the firm partnership. The following attorneys joined Venable’s partnership effective Jan. 1, 2024.
Rob Hartwell draws on his deep understanding of the digital marketplace, from company practices to legislative and regulatory developments, as he holistically counsels clients on their product development, advertising and marketing, and policy advocacy.
Joseph R. Hicks counsels energy sector clients on regulatory and energy infrastructure developments and represents clients in complex administrative litigation, rulemaking proceedings, and federal appellate matters.
Meredith K. McCoy provides experienced guidance to businesses, tax-exempt organizations, individuals, and political groups in their efforts to impact public policy and the political process.
Christopher J. Kim assists clients with intellectual property and technology transactions across a wide variety of industries.
Stephen Yam focuses on post-grant proceedings before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), district court patent litigation, and preparation and prosecution of patent applications in the mechanical, electrical, computer, and business method arts.
Andrew T. Hernacki’s practice focuses on complex class action and multi-party litigation involving antitrust, breach of contract, business tort, and unfair competition claims.
Katie Wright Morrone is a civil litigator with vast experience representing clients in complex and high-profile matters in all stages of litigation and dispute resolution.
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