Ogletree Deakins Elects 12 to Equity Shareholder

Staff Report From Metro Atlanta CEO

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

Ogletree Deakins, one of the largest labor and employment law firms representing management, has elected 12 attorneys to the equity shareholder position. Half of the newly-elected equity shareholders are women, continuing the firm's trend of promoting female attorneys ahead of the national legal industry average. In January, the firm announced its 2018 new shareholder class, which is more than 70 percent female.

The new equity shareholders include:

Ellen TothCleveland

Adam DoughertyDallas

Sean Urich – Dallas 

Leigh GanchanHouston

Maria AnastasLos Angeles

Andrew BurnsideNew Orleans

Justin Coffey – Raleigh 

Elizabeth EbanksRichmond

Amy PocklingtonRichmond

Lara de LeonSan Antonio

John StrettonStamford

Timothy GarnettSt. Louis

"Our 12 newest equity shareholders all have made tremendous contributions to our clients and our firm," said Ogletree Deakins' managing shareholder Matt Keen. "These attorneys are leaders in their various practices—which include arbitration and alternative dispute resolution, business immigration, class action litigation, employment law, healthcare, labor relations, and training—and are committed to providing impeccable client service and value. We are fortunate to have them as members of our firm."