Class Notes

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Meaghan FitzGerald, 2014

Meaghan K. FitzGerald '14 joined the Cincinnati office of Keating Muething & Klekamp PLL as an associate in the firm's litigation group. Her practice focuses on class action litigation, commercial and securities litigation, construction litigation, cybersecurity and privacy, financial services litigation, intellectual property litigation, and mass tort settlement trusts.

Nicole Chatham, 2013

Nicole M. Chatham '13 has joined the law firm of Moye White in Denver, Colo., as an associate. Her practice focuses primarily on franchise and distribution and corporate law. She represents clients in matters related to franchise registration and disclosure laws, corporate matters, general business, and commercial real estate issues.

Wesley Duncan, 2006

Wesley Duncan '06 has joined the Nevada Attorney General's office as chief assistant attorney general. Prior to taking the position, he served as a Nevada state assemblyman and Clark County deputy district attorney.

Patrick Dugan, 1982

Patrick Dugan ’82 has joined Squire Patton Boggs LLP’s financial services and healthcare practice groups. He re-joined the firm after serving as chief legal officer and executive vice president at Medical Mutual of Ohio for the last five years. His practice includes handling mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, financing, and regulatory transactions in both the healthcare and insurance sectors.

Gregory Brunton, 1993

Gregory D. Brunton '93 was named commercial litigation co-chair at Reminger Co., LPA. His practice spans everything from professional negligence, to complex business and commercial litigation, to matters involving land use and eminent domain. He also serves as chair of Reminger’s oil, natural gas and energy, and government and public entities practice groups.

Brad Cromes, 2010

Brad Cromes '10 was recently selected by the Portage County Democratic Party Central Committee to fill an unexpired term as County Treasurer. Brad will seek election to a full term in November 2016.

Wesley Misson, 2007

Wesley Misson ’07 has been named partner in Mayer Brown LLP’s global fund finance practice. He joined Mayer Brown’s Charlotte, N.C., office in 2007 as an associate in the firm’s banking and finance group. He specializes in the financing of private investment funds and has represented the lead agent and lenders in hundreds of subscription credit facilities and other fund financings.

Jennifer Boone, 2004

Jennifer Lee Boone '04 joined Winstead PC’s Charlotte, N.C., office as of counsel in the real estate finance practice group. She has over ten years of experience representing national financial institutions and investment banks in large and conduit loans secured by commercial properties.

Robert Abrams, 1993

Pastor Bob Abrams ‘93 has been named assistant to the bishop of the Southern Ohio Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. His duties include pastoral care of clergy and dispute resolution within congregations.

Scott Stanley, 2006

Scott R. Stanley ’06 received the 2014 Ferdinand Pecora Award for outstanding work. The award is the highest honor given to an enforcement attorney at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission where Stanley currently serves as senior enforcement counsel.