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Find out who is moving where in our regular round-up of new appointments.

26 April 2001

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Accountancy firm
Soloman Hare
has appointed David Smart as
managing partner. Previously the role of managing partner was combined with the
role of senior partner
held since 1989 by Philip Moody. The two roles have been
created due to the growth of Soloman’s in recent years. Smart joined Soloman’s
in 1997 as finance director and was made a partner a year later. He worked for
12 years at Ernst & Young and for two years at CarnaudMetalbox as financial
controller.

Clifford Chance’s head of competition
Chris Bright
is
leaving to join the London office of Shearman & Sterling. This latest moves
is in line with Shearman’s plans to build its European corporate
M&A and
competition law practice.

Rowe & Maw is expanding its banking department with the
appointment of Simon Pullen
from Eversheds. Pullen’s departure marks the third
loss to Evershed’s banking department this year.

Garretts is hiring its first US qualified capital markets
partner from the London office of New York firm Dewey Ballantine. Drew Salvest
is the fourth capital markets partner to join the Arthur Andersen law firm

Garretts. Salvest has been a partner at Dewey Ballantine for three years
specialising in securitisation and capital markets.

Watson Farley Williams’ has elected a new managing partner.
Michael Greville
the group head of litigation will replace David Warder
who
will return to full-time fee earning. David Kavanagh will take over Greville in
the litigation department.

Theordore Goddard has appointed eight new partners
bringing
the total to sixty-eight. The partners will boost the projects/PFI
IP
media
and litigation
and property groups.

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