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Procopio promotes 5 to partnership

Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch has promoted attorneys Dave Deonarine, Jeff Hood, John Lemmo, Scott Omohundro and Fred Taylor to the partnership.

Deonarineís practice focuses on complex intellectual property litigation and counseling. He represents clients in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical manufacturing, and consumer product industries.

Hood is a member of the firmís litigation team, with a focus on construction litigation matters.

Lemmo is a member of both Procopioís public agencies and charter schools, and environmental and land use practice groups. He represents public agencies, private developers and landowners in matters involving environmental and land use regulation and litigation.

Omohundroís practice emphasizes business and civil litigation, including construction disputes and breach of contract matters.

Taylorís practice focuses upon intellectual property litigation and complex commercial litigation. He has extensive jury trial, arbitration, and appellate experience.

Additionally, the firm has appointed John Cleary as the leader of the business and technology team and Rick Barton as the leader of the firmís health care group.

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