Antitrust attorney Molly Donovan has jumped to 14-attorney Bona Law in New York after about a decade as a partner at large firm Winston & Strawn.
Donovan said she was looking for a change in culture when she made the move to Bona Law, which said on Monday she would join as counsel. The antitrust litigation firm was founded by DLA Piper and Gibson Dunn & Crutcher alum Jarod Bona.
Donovan said she will be working from home full-time barring any necessary in-office days. “I’m a single mother and being able to participate in the day to day, eight to eight, life of my son is crucial,” she said.
Donovan has represented clients before the U.S. Department of Justice and has collaborated with Winston & Strawn’s antitrust co-chair Jeffrey Kessler on a number of cases.
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