Storm Foley & Mansfield
Three Edwardsville attorneys will become partners of the national defense firm Foley & Mansfield at the beginning of the new year.
On Jan. 1, Carla C. Storm will become an equity partner. Attorneys Jennifer A. Jumper and John I. Schaberg will become non-equity partners.
“We are extremely proud to welcome these outstanding professionals to the firm’s partnership and equity ranks,” said founding partner Kyle B. Mansfield. “These promotions not only represent a solid cross section of the firm’s practice areas and geographic locations, they are representative of our ongoing commitment to develop and advance diverse attorneys to leadership positions within the firm.”
Storm, Jumper and Schaberg are three of 24 employees who received a promotion in the firm throughout the nation.
Jumper Foley & Mansfield
Chicago’s Stephen R. Vedova and Joseph P. Rejano were promoted to equity partners as well as Elizabeth Sorenson Brotten of Minneapolis, Nicholas B. Bunnell of Kansas City, Scott C. Holmes and Gregory M. Meihn of Detroit, Louis C. Klein of Los Angeles and Brian Smith of Seattle.
The attorneys who were promoted to non-equity partners include Jaime A. Alvarez and Eduardo J. Medina of Miami, E. Timothy Assouad and Kevin J. Newton of St. Louis, Diane C. Babbitt of Portland and Brittany Young Kenis of Kansas City.
Cameron A. Lallier and Ailana T. McIntosh of Minneapolis, B. Kyle Morley of Tampa Bay, Peter M. Mularczyk of Los Angeles and Dustin J. Priebe of Denver were also promoted.
Foley & Mansfield operates in 16 offices in the United States.