Jon Neiditz and Amanda Witt have joined Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton as partners from Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, in a move to address the rapidly developing legal areas of information security and big data.
Rob Teilhet has returned to private practice, opening a plaintiffs' firm on the Marietta Square after two years as executive director of Georgia Conservation Voters.
Labor lawyer Jeffrey Mintz (above) has moved from the nation's second-largest labor and employment firm, Jackson Lewis, to the largest, Littler Mendelson.
Rebekah Plowman (above right) and Kristin McDonald have taken their health care practice from Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough to Jones Day, which they join as partners.
After adding six lawyers earlier this year, Taylor English Duma recruited three more this week, as the non-traditional firm takes advantage of the changing legal market.
Charles "Chuck" Reed has joined Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith as a partner from McKenna Long & Aldridge, as Lewis Brisbois continues the rapid expansion of its Atlanta office.
Schulten Ward & Turner partner Jill Prussack has joined Hartman Simons & Wood to expand her real estate litigation work
King & Spalding is expanding its environmental litigation practice by bringing in Adam Sowatzka as a partner from Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, where he was a shareholder.
D. Glenn Brock (above) has left the Marietta firm he co-founded, Brock, Clay, Calhoun & Rogers, for Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, taking his education practice with him.
Balch & Bingham has landed two new partners, litigator Dean Calloway from Jones Day and banking and finance lawyer Michael Wing from Greenberg Traurig.