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Bonnie Dye joined Hinshaw and Culbertson as a New Orleans-based partner in its consumer financial services practice group.
Dye has spent the last 8 years with McGlinchey Stafford. She began her law practice at Chadbourne & Parke.
Dye will focus on assisting consumer finance, mortgage, student loan, auto finance and fintech companies with licensing and compliance with federal and state licensing and regulatory requirements.
She earned a bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, from LSU and her law degree from Tulane University Law School.
Katherine “Kate” Clark joined the New Orleans office of Gordon Arata.
Clark’s practice encompasses commercial transactions, Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, and information, technology and intellectual property cases.
Clark served as a clerk for U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Meredith S. Grabill in the Eastern District of Louisiana. She also served as a clerk for U.S. District Judge Callie VS Granade in the Southern District of Alabama and previously served as administrative counsel in the U.S. Court of Appeals Circuit’s Mediation and Judicial Support Office for the fifth circuit.
She received a bachelor’s degree in history and political science from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, a law degree from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law, and a master’s degree in law, with distinction, in law. of Information, Technology and Intellectual Property, from the University of East Anglia.
Tessa P.Vorhaben of Donelson BakerThe New Orleans office was elected a shareholder of the company.
Vorhaben, a member of the Commercial Litigation Group, focuses his practice in the areas of general litigation, insurance coverage and tort litigation.
She received her law degree from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law.
Brian Hare was hired into the staff of American bank in New Orleans.
Hare will work as a mortgage originator serving the greater New Orleans area as well as the entire state of Louisiana.
Kaufman Dolowich & Volucka New York-based firm with more than 200 attorneys across the United States, the Myers Law Group added.
This addition brings to KDV the strengths of Myers Law Groups in labor and employment law, wage and hour class actions and general commercial litigation.
Angella H. Myers will now serve as managing partner of the Dallas and New Orleans offices and co-chair of KDV’s labor and employment law practice. Myers founded his company in 2006.
She earned a bachelor’s degree and a law degree from LSU.
Mark Carver joined KDV as a partner in the New Orleans office, where he practices labor law and civil defense.
Carver served in the Army Reserve for 21 years, retiring at the rank of major. He was an officer in the Judge Advocate General’s corps.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from LSU and his law degree from Southern University.
Tanya Lawrence was appointed CEO of Neighbors Federal Credit Union.
Lawrence has been at the cash register for almost 30 years, starting as a cashier. She has held various positions at Neighbours, most recently as Senior Vice President of Strategic Solutions.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in general business administration from LSU.
Lyssa Morrisnurse practitioner, joined the staff of South East Community Health Systems Health Care for Women.
Morris will provide primary health care, expanding services at the health center at 8913 Bluebonnet Blvd.
Southeast community health systems accept Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial insurance. The clinic offers an income-based sliding fee scale for uninsured and underinsured women.
Justin Peterson was appointed Chief Merchandising Officer for BBQGuys.
Petersen joins from Wayfair, where he most recently served as general manager of accent, entertainment and office furniture. Prior to Wayfair, Petersen held a series of brand management positions at Procter & Gamble on brands such as Tide, Vicks and Gillette, among others.