Marc T. Miller ’09 has joined Neubert, Pepe & Monteith as a principal. Miller is a commercial litigation and real estate attorney with experience in business formation and financing.
Jeffrey Cerio ’09 has been named general counsel and corporate secretary at Atomwise, a pharmaceutical company that uses artificial intelligence for small molecule drug discovery. Cerio joins Atomwise from Triplet Therapeutics, where he was senior vice president and general counsel.
Lea Shedd ’78, elder law attorney and former chair of the Legal Studies Department at Quinnipiac College, died January 19, 2022. Read her obituary.
Lewis A. Singer ’69, former chief compliance officer at Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance, died January 21, 2022. Read his obituary.
Bolam Kim ’11 was recently elected a partner at Wood, Smith, Henning & Berman LLP. Kim practices out of the firm’s New York City office, primarily in commercial litigation and employment law matters.
Peter J. Maher ’12 was recently promoted to partner at Shipman & Goodwin. Maher has been with the firm since 2013 as part of its practice group for school law. Maher, a former special education teacher, represents boards of education and other entities in school law, with an emphasis on special education matters.
Mayor Caroline Simmons announced that she will appoint Doug Dalena ’12 to serve as Director of Legal Affairs for the City of Stamford. Currently, Dalena serves as Gov. Ned Lamont’s Deputy General Counsel where he has helped create and coordinate the legal framework for the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic well as advising state agencies on legal solutions to various policy issues.
Anthony El-Hashem ’18 has joined Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey LLP as an associate. Prior to this new role, he served as a trial attorney in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Division, Office of Immigration Litigation.
Gideon Asemnor ’18 has joined Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey LLP as an associate in their litigation group. In this role, Asemnor will represent clients in business disputes involving breach of contract, business torts, and unfair trade practice actions in state and federal court. He is licensed to practice law in Connecticut.
Tom Carroll ’00 has been promoted to Principal Counsel in ESPN, Inc.’s Legal Department. Carroll also has served as a guest lecturer on the subject of employment law at the University of Connecticut School of Business for its Executive MBA Program.