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Law firm Chadbourne & Parke LLP has elected five new partners: Amy E. D'Agostino, Clara Krivoy, John J. Marciano III, Keith M. Rosen and Paul J. Tanck.

D'Agostino joined the firm in 2003 and currently represents clients in a wide array of industries. Her corporate experience spans a number of disciplines, including compliance, governance, restructurings, securities, intellectual property (IP), financings and joint ventures. She also advises on antitrust compliance for trade associations, anti-corruption and compliance with the Investment Trade in Services Survey Act.

Krivoy represents both domestic and international clients in a vast array of corporate and securities matters. Her industry experience encompasses financial services, energy, telecommunications and media, hospitality, real estate, consumer products and professional services.

Marciano advises clients on all aspects of independent power projects as a member of Chadbourne's project finance group. The projects on which Marciano advises range from small distributed generation renewable power installations to multibillion-dollar utility-scale plants. His advice focuses on finding practical paths forward in complicated mergers, acquisitions, tax structuring and involvement of foreign investors.

Rosen rejoined Chadbourne last February from the United States Attorney's Office in Wilmington, Del., where he served as chief of the criminal division. Since returning to the firm, Rosen has drawn on his over 10 years of experience in the U.S. Department of Justice as an experienced trial and appellate advocate to serve many of the firm's clients, including those in the energy and consumer products sectors. He has also advised clients on matters involving securities fraud, export control, anti-corruption and anti-money-laundering issues.

Tanck has been involved in litigating, licensing and developing IP portfolios in a wide range of technologies extending across computer software and hardware, integrated circuits, debit/credit card technologies, graphical user interfaces, industrial control, financial instruments, medical devices and the entertainment industry.



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