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Timothy D’Arduini and Grant Sovern featured in “Quarles & Brady Hires New Leader for D.C. Immigration Team”

Immigration partner Timothy D'Arduini has joined Quarles & Brady's Washington, D.C. office on Friday, July 9.

Below is an excerpt from the Bloomberg Law feature: 

“His impressive experience will help us grow our multi-dimensional national immigration team, and his reputation for outstanding client service and high quality work aligns with our client-first mindset,” said Grant Sovern, national chair of the firm’s immigration team, in a statement. “A compassionate leader with highly respected legal skills, Tim is the perfect addition to expand our focus and enhance our approach.”

Below is an excerpt from the Law360 feature: 

"D'Arduini, who joined the firm after more than seven years at Mayer Brown LLP, will lead a team focused on global mobility and immigration matters for businesses in industries including tech, consumer products and manufacturing. He said that by the fall, the Washington office will include six immigration lawyers, who will focus on a range of issues, from facilitating programs supporting companies' right-to-work audits to assisting in work visa applications for senior executives and rank-and-file employees."

Below is an excerpt from the Georgetown University feature: 

“I am excited to join Quarles & Brady,” said D’Arduini. “It’s a firm with deep immigration knowledge, backed by leaders who understand that successfully managing the immigration and mobility needs and risks of a global workforce is key to our clients’ commercial success. Plus, the firm has clients in industries such as financial services, consulting and manufacturing that can benefit from my experience protecting clients’ brands, supporting their people and advancing their business goals. I look forward to building a diverse team in Washington, D.C., to expand the firm’s reach in internal and external audits, worksite enforcement, corporate investigations and global immigration program management.”

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