Epstein Becker Green’s new partner class was featured in Law360, in “Epstein Becker Promotions Inch Up with 12 Members Named,” by James Mills. Mark E. Lutes, Chair of EBG’s Board of Directors, was quoted discussing the group’s promotions. (Read the full version – subscription required.)

Following is an excerpt:

Epstein Becker Green will promote 12 attorneys to members of the firm at the start of the new year, the firm announced this week.

The 12 new members — a promotion class slightly bigger than the 10 new members at the start of 2023 — work in the firm's three main practice areas. Five work in the health care and life sciences practice, while four more work in employment, labor and workforce management. The other three are in litigation and business disputes. …

"Max, Shannon, Kevin, Bill, Marylana, Kristi, Clay, Ann, Elena, David, Scott and Liz have consistently demonstrated exceptional lawyering and dedication to client service, and our firm and its clients are markedly better for it," Mark Lutes, chair of Epstein Becker's board of directors, said in a statement. "We are proud to elevate this group to our partnership ranks, and we look forward to celebrating them as they advance our core practices in health care, life sciences, workforce management and litigation."

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