Three McGuireWoods partners have been appointed to lead the firm's
Healthcare, Debt Finance and Business and Securities departments, and three
partners have been appointed office managing partners for the New York, Atlanta
and Tysons Corner offices. According to Managing Partner Tom Cabaniss, who
announced the appointments, the changes are in keeping with the firm's practice
of regularly rotating leadership positions.
“McGuireWoods works hard to assure that we have a deep pool of talented
lawyers ready, willing and able to assume key leadership roles,” Cabaniss said.
“The firm's ongoing success is, in no small part, attributable to outstanding
lawyers such as those who have done such a fine job and those prepared to build
on their many accomplishments.”
The new department chairs are:
The new office managing partners are:
- Noreen Kelly-Dynega, who takes charge of the New York City office
currently led by Philip Goldstein. She focuses her practice on financial
services litigation and white-collar criminal defense;
- Gregory Riegle, who takes over as the Tysons Corner office managing
partner. Greg focuses his practice on commercial real estate law and land
use, redevelopment and zoning matters. He succeeds Jonathan Rak;
- Angela Spivey, a nationally prominent food and beverage attorney, who
succeeds Hil Jordan as Atlanta’s office managing partner.
“We are deeply grateful to Bob, Bill, Scott, Hil, Jonathan and Phil for their
excellent leadership as department chairs and office managing partners. And we
thank their successors. We know they will do outstanding jobs,” Cabaniss said.
All of the leadership changes are effective Aug. 1.