Norton Rose announces 33 partner promotions


By James Barnes

24 April 2013 at 12:52 BST


Global law firm Norton Rose today announced the promotion of 33 lawyers around its international network ahead of its combination with US firm Fulbright & Jaworski on 3 June.

Promotion time at Norton Rose

The move follows a round of promotions at Fulbright in which eight promotions to partner were made across five US offices, and one promotion in Hong Kong.
For the second consecutive year, female partners account for a strong percentage of Norton Rose promotions, with 42 per cent of promotions this year coming close to matching last year’s figure of 44 per cent.  
Peter Martyr, Norton Rose global chief executive, commented: ‘The partner promotions reflect the international strength and diversity of our practice, which will grow again significantly in June when we combine with Fulbright & Jaworski.’
The new partners are:

Europe
Alison Baxter (banking, London)
Ian Giles (antitrust, competition and regulatory, London)
Sascha Grimm (corporate, Frankfurt)
Frank Henkel (corporate, Munich)
Eleanor Martin (banking, London)
Helen Masters (office of the general counsel, London)
Daniel Metcalfe (banking, London)
Katrin Scheicht (employment and labour, Munich)
Andrea Spellerberg (banking, Munich)
Maren Stölting (corporate, Munich)

Asia
Wilson Ang (litigation and dispute resolution, Singapore)
Winnie Chan (corporate, Hong Kong)

Australia
Chris Cruikshank (banking, Sydney)
Nigel Deed (corporate, Sydney)
Andrew Riordan (litigation and dispute resolution, Melbourne)
Alena Titterton (occupational health safety and security, Canberra)
Dominic Townsend (corporate, Brisbane)

Canada
Dominic Dupoy (litigation and dispute resolution, Montréal)
Andres Garin (litigation and dispute resolution, Montréal)
Karen Jensen (employment and labour, Ottawa)
Ryan Keays (corporate, Calgary)
Allison Kuntz (litigation and dispute resolution, Calgary)
Pierre-Christian Labeau (corporate, Québec City)
Marianne Plamondon (employment and labour, Montréal)
Anna Wilkinson (intellectual property, Toronto)

South Africa
Jason van Dijk (antitrust, competition and regulatory, Cape Town)
Sandile Khoza (litigation and dispute resolution, Durban)
Ismail Laher (corporate, Johannesburg)
Zano Nduli (corporate, Johannesburg)
Christina Pretorius (corporate, Johannesburg)
Christine Rodrigues (banking, Johannesburg)

Middle East
Paul Mansouri (banking, Abu Dhabi)

Latin America
Sergio Casinelli (corporate, Caracas)

 
   
 
 
 

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