Womble Bond Dickinson is a transatlantic law firm with more than 1,100 attorneys in the US and UK, and offices from Los Angeles to London and Atlanta to Aberdeen. In the past four months, the firm has added a number of new attorneys to its US offices, including:  

  • Todd Atkinson (Houston) is a former Certified Public Accountant who now provides strategic counseling to clients in a wide array of matters such as bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, and corporate restructuring. He has represented clients in large Chapter 11 Bankruptcy cases, including litigation arising in and out of those cases.
  • Maria Danello (Atlanta) is a member of Womble Bond Dickinson’s GCSolutions Team. She has over 10 years of experience as a litigator, working both in-house and in private practice. Maria formerly served as managing corporate counsel with a national consumer finance company.
  • Travis Iams (Charlotte, NC) is an intellectual property attorney focused on mechanical patent prosecution. His practice is centered around managing large global IP portfolios and developing global IP strategies for manufacturing conglomerates.
  • Rachel Rivkind (Boston) is a transactional attorney with more than a decade of experience in banking and finance, commercial contracts, corporate governance and real estate. She represents lenders, borrowers and sponsors in a wide range of commercial lending and secured transactions.
  • Samuel Savanich (Houston) advises clients on patent strategy related to electrical and computer engineering. A former Hewlett-Packard Enterprise patent counsel, he regularly drafts patent applications and office action responses relating to several different technologies, such as software, mechanical, and other computing technologies.
  • Cyd Wolf (Baltimore) brings nearly 30 years of in-house experience to Womble Bond Dickinson’s GCSolutions Team. Her practice includes advising senior executives in the banking and equipment leasing/finance industries on a broad range of legal and business initiatives, risk management and compliance.