In The Press September 30, 2022

Goodwin Appoints Two Partners in Washington to Boost Trade and Cyber Teams (The Global Legal Post)

Goodwin has made a double partner hire in Washington D.C. to strengthen its global trade and cybersecurity practices, according to The Global Legal Post. Government contracts lawyer Liza Craig joins the Global Trade practice, while Kaylee Cox Bankston joins the firm’s Data, Privacy & Cybersecurity practice. Richard Matheny, chair of the Global Trade practice, said: “Liza’s significant experience advising on complex, high-value government contracts will be incredibly beneficial to our clients.” Boris Segalis, a partner in the firm’s cybersecurity practice, said: “As the growing sophistication and volume of cyber incidents increase risks for clients, they continue to turn to us for strategic incident preparedness and response across a complex global regulatory environment. Kaylee’s extensive experience with cyber counselling, investigations and litigation brings invaluable support to our clients.”