Holland & Hart LLP is pleased to announce the election and appointment of several partners to new leadership roles effective January 1, 2022. Two partners were elected by the partnership to serve on the firm’s five-person Management Committee that oversees the firm’s management and strategic direction. Two new Practice Group Leaders and six new office Administrative Partners were appointed by the Management Committee.
“We are proud to welcome these partners to the firm’s senior leadership team and are confident they each will be integral in continuing the implementation of our strategic plan that charts a course for the firm’s success in 2022 and beyond,” said Chris Balch, firm chair.
In Las Vegas, partner Bryce Kunimoto was appointed Administrative Partner, replacing Connie Akridge who served in this role since 2017. Bryce is a trial lawyer advising both overseas and domestic clients on a wide range of matters, including partnership disputes, trade secret misappropriation, shareholder derivative suits, breach of contract, receiverships, and other business disputes.
Partner Timothy Lukas was appointed Administrative Partner of the firm’s Reno office. He replaces James Newman who has served as Administrative Partner in Northern Nevada since 2013. Tim practices primarily in the field of creditor bankruptcy representation and insolvency planning.
“The firm extends appreciation for the incredible contributions of the partners who served in these important leadership roles as they devoted countless hours helping to steer the firm through unprecedented times,” said Balch.
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