Saul Ewing Elects Two Partners

Wednesday, March 1, 2006 - 01:00

Saul Ewing LLP has elected two attorneys to the firm's partnership, and named five attorneys special counsel. The promotions were effective in January.

Wayne E. Pinkstone, special counsel in the Labor, Employment, and Employee Benefits Practice Group in the Princeton office, has been named partner. Deborah L. Spranger, special counsel in the Business Department and co-chair of the Technology Transactions and IP Practice Group in the Chesterbrook office, was named partner.

The following Associates have been promoted to special counsel: Gregory J. Davis, Real Estate Department, Chesterbrook office; Dan Friedman, Litigation Department, Baltimore office; Kimberly A. Manuelides, Litigation Department, Baltimore office; Risa B. Greene, Litigation Department, Philadelphia office, and Joseph C. Monahan, Litigation Department, Philadelphia office

Saul Ewing attorneys Joseph C. Monahan and Karl S. Myers, both members of the Litigation Department in the Philadelphia office, have been appointed to serve on the Philadelphia Bar Association's Investigative Division of the Commission on Judicial Selection and Retention.

Candice Toll Aaron has joined Saul Ewing as special counsel in the Litigation Department, resident in the firm's Wilmington, DE office. Ms. Aaron concentrates her practice in corporate litigation, with an emphasis on complex business and transactional litigation in the Delaware courts and Delaware governance.