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Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. In her new role, she advises the U.S. Attorney on new office initiatives and focuses on strengthening Office relationships with law enforcement and community partners. Pozos will also assist McSwain in his communications with the public and the media. In addition to her strategic role, she prosecutes cases for the Criminal Division. Kirsten White L’07 joined Schwartz Hannum PC ’s labor and employment and education practice groups in Andover, Mass. She represents employers and educators in all aspects of labor and employment law and advises them with respect to collective bargaining and matters arising under the National Labor Relations Act and the Railway Labor Act. White was previously an associate at Morgan Lewis in its Boston and Washington, D.C., offices. Mira Baylson L’08 joined Akin Gump’s

Philadelphia office as counsel in its litigation practice. She was previously an attorney at Drinker Biddle & Reath. Baylson focuses on the defense of white collar criminal and other government enforcement actions and investigations. She has extensive experience litigating in both federal and state court and has tried more than 100 cases to verdict, including several successful jury trials. David Cameron G’08, WG’08, L’08

has joined the Corporate Group of Dorsey & Whitney LLP as a partner. Cameron’s practice focuses on international capital markets work. He specializes in representing and advising corporate and investment banking clients on debt and equity offerings pursuant to Rule 144A and Regulation S under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, including high-yield, investment grade, private placements, block 62

trades and medium-term note programs for issuers across Asia. Cameron also has extensive experience with green bonds and Masala bonds. His recent work before joining Dorsey has included advising on the State Bank of India’s Section 4(a)(2) equity offering of US$2.3 billion, the largest-ever Qualified Institutions Placement out of India to date, JSW Steel’s US$500 million high-yield bond offering, CK Hutchison Holdings’ US$1.8 billion dual tranche Rule 144A senior note offering and Sri Lanka’s sovereign US$1.5 billion Rule 144A senior note offering. He joins Dorsey from Allen & Overy, where he was counsel in that firm’s Capital Markets practice in Hong Kong. Before joining Allen & Overy in 2016, he was an associate for over seven years in the Capital Markets practice in the Hong Kong office of Linklaters. Juan Garcia L’08 was named in a

book called 40 Under 40 International Arbitration for his related work in client matters, speaking engagements and writing. In the publication, he wrote a chapter titled, “The Use of Document Production as a Strategic Tool in International Commercial Arbitration,” which focused on using discovery in international arbitration as a tool to efficiently and successfully resolve arbitral disputes. He was honored for his inclusion in the book at a ceremony in London in May. Garcia, who serves as counsel at Hogan Lovells’ Miami office, focuses on natural resources and foreign legal systems, including arbitrations administered under the rules of the International Chamber of Commerce, the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law and the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes. Louie Pastor L’09 has joined Xerox as executive vice president and general

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counsel. He will also serve as a member of the company’s executive committee. Pastor will oversee all of Xerox’s legal affairs, including legal aspects of the company’s various strategic initiatives, and lead the company’s corporate security and government-related and public policy activities on domestic and international affairs. Pastor joins Xerox from Icahn Enterprises, where he was deputy general counsel, responsible for, among other things, numerous long-term strategic initiatives, including the acquisitions and dispositions of various operating companies, and investments in and engagements with various public and private companies. Pastor was also responsible for overseeing the legal departments of the various operating subsidiaries of Icahn Enterprises. Pastor began his legal career at Simpson, Thacher Bartlett LLP in New York, where he advised public companies on mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, corporate governance and other general corporate matters.


Klair Fitzpatrick C’05, L’10 was named one of the “2018 Lawyers on the Fast Track” by The Legal Intelligencer. Fitzpatrick is an associate at Morgan Lewis & Bockius, where she focuses her practice on labor and employment law. She is vice chair of the firm’s returning to work diversity lawyer network, which helps lawyers who take extended leaves; is chair of the Philadelphia Associates Committee; is a member of the Philadelphia Recruiting Committee; is a member of Morgan Lewis’s steering committee, the Philadelphia office’s women’s network and the firm’s United Way committee.

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Penn Law Journal Winter 2018  

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