Washington, DC LAWFUEL – Law firm, legal, law, attorney news — Jean E. Minarick, formerly an associate in Kirkpatrick & Lockhart LLP’s (K&L) investment management practice, has returned to the firm as of counsel, resident in the Washington office.
Minarick previously served the Securities and Exchange Commission in the Division of Investment Management and in the Office of Compliance and Inspections. She returned to private practice in 2003. Minarick will work again with K&L’s investment management group.
R. Charles Miller, Administrative Partner of K&L’s Washington office, said: “It is with pleasure that we welcome Jean back to K&L. Her extensive investment management experience in both the public and private sectors will contribute significantly to our already reputable investment management practice. In this important and active area of law, K&L’s clients are sure to benefit from Jean’s experiences and capabilities.”
K&L serves a dynamic and growing clientele in regional, national and international markets that includes representation of over half of the FORTUNE 100. Currently approximately 800 lawyers strong, K&L’s practice embraces three major areas–litigation, corporate and regulatory–and related fields. On January 1, 2005, K&L will combine with the English firm Nicholson Graham & Jones. Once the combination is finalized, Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham, as the firm will then be named, will have approximately 950 lawyers located in London and ten U.S. cities, including Boston, Dallas, Harrisburg, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New York, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit K&L’s web site at: www.kl.com, or Nicholson Graham & Jones’ web site at www.ngj.co.uk.