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Thomas Zeno Joins Squire, Sanders & Dempsey: Power Circuit

Washingtonian’s weekly roundup of hires and promotions on K Street and beyond

Before we get to this week’s announcements, a quick note: Since job moves typically slow down during the summer months, Power Circuit will become an every-other-week feature until things pick back up. News of hires among Washington’s law and lobbying communities can be sent to

Veteran prosecutor Thomas Zeno has left the US Attorney’s Office for DC after more than 25 years in the office’s fraud and public corruption section. He’s joined the white-collar criminal defense group at Squire, Sanders & Dempsey. Zeno will split his time between the firm’s Cincinnati and Washington offices.

Mayer Brown welcomed Richard Rosenfeld to its Washington and New York offices, where he will co-lead the US securities litigation and enforcement team. Rosenfeld most recently served as chief investigative counsel in the Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program, better known as SIGTARP.

SNR Denton has formed a new state attorneys general practice, with the addition of two former AGs. Bill McCollum, who recently ended a four-year stint as Florida’s attorney general, joined SNR Denton’s DC office. (A former Indiana Attorney General, Jeff Modisett, also joined the firm’s Los Angeles office.)

Foley & Lardner added health-care lawyer Donald Romano to its Washington office, where he is of counsel. Romano was previously a partner at Arent Fox.

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