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Managing Shareholder Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.


Paul Lancaster Adams has been named manag- ing shareholder of the Philadelphia offi ce of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. His practice focuses on employment litigation and counseling, unfair competi- tion and trade secrets, and corporate investigations. Adams has experience representing clients in the areas of technology, health care/pharmaceuticals, bank- ing, and professional fi rms. Prior to Ogletree Deakins, he was associate general counsel and chief employ- ment litigator and adviser for Microsoft Corporation, as well as senior director of government affairs where he supported the company’s largest client base. Adams received his B.A. from Virginia Commonwealth University and his J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law.


BRESHIN-OTERO Senior Counsel DynCorp International LLC

Hannah M. Breshin-Otero is senior counsel for labor and employment at DynCorp International LLC in Falls Church, Virginia. In this role, she handles the employ- ment and labor matters for this global company of approximately 25,000 employees worldwide. She is responsible for management of the company’s employ- ment litigation and provides preventive counseling on a broad range of person- nel issues. Before joining DynCorp International, Breshin-Otero was an associate in the labor and employment group at Jones Day in Washington, D.C. Breshin-Otero earned her A.B. from Princeton University, cum laude, in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. She graduated from Columbia Law School where she was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar.


Senior Vice President and General Counsel Entergy Corporation

Marcus V. Brown was elected senior vice president and general counsel for Entergy Corporation. In this role, Brown is responsible for internal and outside lawyers providing representation to all companies under the Entergy Corporation umbrella. Prior to his appointment, Brown served as vice president and deputy general counsel. He led the company’s efforts to recover more than $500 million in insurance proceeds that was critical to rebuilding the electric and gas infrastruc- ture of Entergy’s utility system following Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Ike. He received his B.A. degree from Southern University A&M College in 1985 and J.D. from Southern University Law Center in 1988. He received his MBA from Tulane University A.B. Freeman School of Business in 2002, and certifi cation in corporate governance from Harvard Business School in 2009.


Assistant Vice President of Employee Relations The PNC Financial Services Group

Jacquelynn A. Ruiz has joined The PNC Financial Services Group as an assistant vice president of employee relations in the institution’s growing Chicago market. Ruiz has been an active member of the Hispanic National Bar Association, serving on its Board of Governors from 2007-2011. She has served the HNBA as the organiza- tion’s national vice president of membership and as a deputy regional president. Ruiz currently serves the HNBA as the chair of its per- sonnel committee. Prior to joining PNC, Ruiz practiced management-side employ- ment law, advising and representing large corpora- tions in employment mat- ters. She earned her J.D. from University of Wisconsin Law School, where she was a legal educational opportu- nity fellow. Ruiz is licensed to practice law in Florida.

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