Kelley Drye & Warren LLP Elects New Partners and Of Counsel
July 18, 2006
Kelley Drye & Warren LLP is pleased to announce that the following attorneys have become members of the firm:

Karyn E. Fulton, Partner
Real Estate, New York - Ms. Fulton (formerly Karyn Corlett) is the first female partner to be elected to the Real Estate Practice Group. Ms. Fulton's practice focuses on all types of commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions and dispositions, joint venture developments and construction and permanent financing. She regularly represents owners, developers, investors and lenders involved in transactions relating to a wide range of real estate holdings throughout the United States and using a variety of ownership vehicles. Ms. Fulton is experienced in all phases of these transactions, from structuring and negotiating the deal and offering creative solutions and alternatives, to performing and supervising due diligence review, to documenting and closing the transaction.

Ira T. Kasdan, Partner
Litigation, Washington, D.C. - Mr. Kasdan's practice focuses on complex civil litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution before federal and state courts, private arbitration and mediation services, and government agencies. He has successfully represented corporations and individuals in matters involving complicated breach of contract, fraud, misrepresentation and related tort claims, as well as in disputes revolving around non-competition contract clauses, the theft of hi-tech trade secrets and allegations of false advertising. Mr. Kasdan also counsels clients in the arcane area of animal-related laws (federal and state), and has considerable experience with issues arising under the Endangered Species Act, Marine Mammal Protection Act and Animal Welfare Act.

Jeffrey A. Katz, Partner
Corporate, New York - Mr. Katz's practice focuses on the representation of clients in corporate mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and reorganizations, as well as in the areas of corporate trust, agency roles and the private placement of securities. Mr. Katz also provides general corporate and contract advice to privately held companies, as well as advice to clients with respect to alcoholic beverage law.

The Firm also announces that the following attorney is Of Counsel:

Thomas W. Cohen, Of Counsel
Communications, Washington, D.C. - Mr. Cohen's practice focuses on matters involving telecommunications, wireless, media, Internet and government relations. Mr. Cohen has over 25 years in the communications and telecommunications industry sector, first as a government policy maker, and then as a principal in firms assessing and developing communications and telecommunications properties and advising businesses.