JAY S. NEWMAN L’90
has joined the Washington, D.C. office of Fish & Richardson as a principal
in the firm’s International Regulatory Group. He previously practiced
at Shook, Hardy & Bacon. Newman provides business, regulatory and
transactional advice concerning wireless telecommunications services,
telephone and Internet services, advertising, marketing and promotion
STORM WILKINS L’90
recently launched her own company, Precedent Corporate Training, LLC.
Precedent is headquartered in Philadelphia and specializes in training
insurance and risk management personnel in the legal aspects of the property
casualty field. Wilkins recently completed her Chartered Property Casualty
Underwriter insurance designation.
MARK TUNG L’91 is
the new Headmaster at the Apprentice Jockey School in Hong Kong. Tung
was formerly a Charities Manager at the Hong Kong Jockey Club, which is
the largest charitable trust in Hong Kong. Since graduation, he has also
practiced law at Carlsmith Ball in Hawaii, worked as a news anchor, and
has done corporate PR work.
ALEXEI COWETT L’92
was recently named Of Counsel to the Tysons Corner, Virginia office of
Greenberg Traurig. There he represents clients in significant domestic
and cross-border transactions, such as mergers, acquisitions and divestitures,
strategic investments, alliances, partnerships and joint ventures. Previously,
Cowett practiced at Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York City.
THOMAS B. SHAPIRA L’92
was elected partner at Much Shelist Freed Denenberg Ament & Rubenstein
in Chicago. Shapira is a member of the firm’s corporate department,
where he focuses his practice on the health care industry. He is also
on the Board of Directors of the Better Boys Foundation.