The Churn: FTC Lawyer Joins Weil, Plus More Lateral Moves

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Weil adds Jeffrey Perry, assistant director of the FTC's competition bureau, in Washington, D.C.

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  • Anonymous

    CLARIFICATION NEEDED FOR APRIL 25TH, 2014 COMMENT: Brian Haskel joined Sills from Tannenbaum Helpern - where he had been a partner for eight years - not Weil Gotshal.

  • Anonymous

    Sills Cummis misrepresented the addition of their new partner Brian Haskel. Haskel joined Sills from Tannenbaum Helpern after being with the firm for 8 years. He left Weil 8 years ago for Tannenbaum.

  • anonymous

    CORRECTION NEEDED: Brian Haskel joined from Tannenbaum firm not Weil Gotshal. He came here from Weil.

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