Mayer Brown Bolsters DC Office With Ex-DHS Attorney

Law360, New York (May 8, 2017, 5:30 PM EDT) -- Mayer Brown LLP said it has bolstered its employment and benefits group in Washington, D.C., with the addition of a former Obama presidential appointee who was senior counselor to the secretary of homeland security.

Lisa J. Pino, who concentrates her practice on global mobility and immigration, joined Mayer Brown as counsel on May 1, the firm said last week.

Pino told Law360 in an emailed statement Monday that she was immediately drawn to Mayer Brown's global mobility and migration practice for two reasons: the leadership of Liz Stern and the team's unrelenting commitment to exceptional customer service and proactive strategy....

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