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Littler rings in New Year with the elevation of 28 Attorneys to Shareholder

Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, kicks off 2023 with a new shareholder class. The firm elevated 28 attorneys to shareholder, effective January 1, 2023.
“I am honored to welcome this talented and diverse group of attorneys to the firm’s shareholder ranks,” said Erin Webber, Littler’s managing director and president. “They have each demonstrated the qualities needed to achieve the role of shareholder through their valuable contributions to the firm, depth of knowledge and continued focus on providing exceptional employment and labor law counsel to our clients.”

The newly elected shareholders are:
John Adams – Sacramento, CA
Francis Bingham – Boston, MA
Dustin Bodaghi – Irvine, CA
Justin Brown – San Jose, CA
Wendy Buckingham – Philadelphia, PA
Becky Christensen – St. Louis, MO
Renee Feldman – Walnut Creek, CA
Mark Flores – Dallas, TX
Alex Frondorf – Cleveland, OH
Rocio Blanco Garcia – Miami, FL
Estefania Rueda Garcia – Mexico City, Mexico
Emily Haigh – New York, NY
Orly Henry – Chicago, IL
Jannine Kranz – Los Angeles, CA
Alexa Laborda Nelson – Philadelphia, PA
Nicole LeFave – Austin, TX
Colton Long – Chicago, IL
Stephanie Mills-Gallan – Milwaukee, WI
Miguel Morel – Miami, FL
John Moretta – Providence, RI
Paul Piccigallo – New York, NY
Heather Pierce – Providence, RI
Shahram Samie – Los Angeles, CA
Ivie Serioux – New York, NY
Denise Tran-Nguyen – San Diego, CA
Alice Wang – San Francisco, CA
Krystal Weaver – San Diego, CA
Kevin Yam – New York, NY

Approximately 70% of this shareholder class identifies as attorneys of color, female and/or LGBTQ+. Additionally, more than 20% participated in Littler’s award-winning Career Advocacy Program, which matches diverse associates with firm leaders who facilitate mentorship and career development.

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