Posted Dec 17, 2009 09:55 pm CST
An associate at Hogan & Hartson has made partner … at Seyfarth Shaw, starting work today at the firm’s Washington, D.C., office.
William Kahn focuses his practice on international mergers and acquisitions, and has a client portfolio that includes aerospace, defense and technology companies.
He tells the Blog of Legal Times that he had begun looking to move before his now-former firm’s planned merger with Lovells became known.
The ability to provide clients with “more transparency and predictability” concerning the cost of their matters was an important factor in his change of firms, he says:
“Being able to provide high-quality services and to better predict costs on specific projects was very important to my clients. Moving to Seyfarth allowed for both of those things.
Kahn is fluent in French and Dutch, according to a law firm press release which further details his background and practice.