Ogletree Deakins, one of the largest labor and employment law firms representing management, announced today that the firm has elevated 11 attorneys to the shareholder position.
The newly-elected shareholders represent the full breadth of Ogletree Deakins’ practice and service offerings, including class action, data privacy, employee benefits and executive compensation, employment law, higher education, international employment law, litigation, traditional labor law, and wage and hour. Named by Law360 as one of “The 100 Best Law Firms For Female Attorneys,” Ogletree Deakins’ 2018 class of new shareholders is comprised of more than 70 percent women, continuing the firm’s trend of female-dominated shareholder classes.
“The accomplishments of the attorneys in our 2018 class of elected shareholders are many, and their dedication to client service is unsurpassed,” said Ogletree Deakins’ Managing Shareholder Matt Keen. “I’m proud that our Client Pledge is at the core of their practices and thrilled to elevate each one to shareholder. Our future remains bright.”
The newly-elected shareholders include:
- Bonnie Puckett – Atlanta
- Deepa Subramanian – Atlanta
- Lisa Karen Atkins – Birmingham
- Aimee Dreiss – Houston
- Matthew Kelley – Indianapolis
- Daniel Adlong – Orange County
- Patricia Matias – Orange County
- Ursula Kienbaum – Portland
- Jeanne Floyd – Richmond
- Tim Johnson – San Diego
- Dee Anna Hays – Tampa
Compliments of Ogletree Deakins, a member of the EACCNY