Thompson Hine
has added a trio of transportation and international trade lawyers to its recently relocated Washington office.

Charles A. Hunnicut, G. Brent Connor, and Patricia N. Snyder join the firm’s transportation group in the capital. All three previously worked together at the Washington office of Troutman Sanders. Their move brings to nine the number of attorneys on Thompson Hine’s transportation team. Accompanying the three lawyers to the firm is trade specialist Scott E. Diamond.

“Clients are looking for lawyers who can help them solve problems across a range of issues. Thompson Hine provides a multi-modal approach to transportation, a cross-border approach to client services, and all the legal services for carriers, shippers, and intermediaries to move products and people around the planet,” Hunnicut commented.

Last month, Thompson Hine moved its operations in the capital to a larger and more technologically advanced office. The firm described the move as one necessitated by rapid expansion, including the hiring of antitrust lawyer Thomas M. Hughes from Hunton & Williams, production liability lawyer Fern P. O’Brien from Arnold & Porter, intellectual property lawyer John W. Ryan from Sullivan & Worcester, and international trade lawyers David S. Christy, Jr., and James A. Losey from DLA Piper and Skadden, respectively.

Sullivan & Worcester lost another lawyer to Thompson Hine just over a week ago when Karen M. Kozlowski became a partner in the firm’s real estate practice in New York.