McGuireWoods Names New Office Managing Partners

Changes Announced in Atlanta, Chicago Offices

August 23, 2012

McGuireWoods LLP announced today that Hil Jordan and Amy Manning have been named as managing partners of the firm’s Atlanta and Chicago offices, respectively. The changes are effective on Sept. 1.

Jordan, a partner in the firm’s Debt Finance Department in Atlanta, replaces Bill Marianes. Manning, a partner in the firm’s Antitrust and Trade Regulation Department in Chicago, replaces Craig Culbertson. Both Culbertson and Marianes will remain with the firm and return to full-time practice.

“We are very fortunate to have so many talented leaders in this firm and we are grateful to Hil and Amy for taking on these new responsibilities,” said Tom Cabaniss, McGuireWoods managing partner. “Amy and Hil have deep connections in their civic and business communities and we are looking forward to continued growth in these offices. Craig and Bill have built strong foundations for us in Chicago and Atlanta and we are grateful for their leadership.”

Jordan joined McGuireWoods in 2010. His practice focuses on representing financial institutions in leveraged finance transactions. Jordan is a graduate of Harvard Law School and has been an attorney in Atlanta since 1977. Outside the office, Jordan serves on the board of directors for the Metropolitan Atlanta Chapter of the American Red Cross. He is also the finance chair of the business law section of the State Bar of Georgia and is a fellow with the American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers.

Manning has been with McGuireWoods since she became a lawyer in 1992. In addition to maintaining an active practice, she serves on the firm’s executive committee and board of partners. Outside the office, Manning is chairwoman of the American Diabetes Association’s Chicago Community Leadership Board and serves on the Institute Board for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. In addition, she is chair of the Civil Practice and Procedure Committee of the Antitrust Section of the American Bar Association. She is a graduate of The Law School at the University of Chicago.