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Covington Shortlisted for ‘Americas Women in Business Law Awards’

April 23, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC, April 23, 2014 — Euromoney Legal Media Group has named Covington & Burling and six of its partners to shortlists for the Americas Women in Business Law Awards.

The firm was shortlisted in four categories: Best Firm in the U.S. Northeast Region, Best Firm in the U.S. West Region, Best International Law Firm Latin America Practice and Best International Firm for Talent Management.

In addition, six Covington partners were named to Euromoney’s shortlist for Best Lawyers. Deborah Garza, co-chair of Covington’s antitrust practice, and Anita Stork, vice chair of the firm's antitrust practice, were shortlisted for Best in Antitrust. Jean Veta, widely recognized for defending financial institutions, their officers and directors in governmental enforcement matters, was shortlisted for Best in Financial Regulation. Dianne Coffino, a partner in Covington’s corporate restructuring and bankruptcy practice group, was shortlisted for Best in Insolvency and Restructuring. Jennifer Johnson, co-chair of the firm's communications & media practice, was shortlisted for Best in Media & Entertainment. Catherine Dargan, co-chair of Covington’s mergers & acquisitions practice, was shortlisted for Best in Mergers & Acquisitions.

The Americas Women in Business Law Awards will be presented on Thursday, June 5, at Essex House in New York.

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