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New Partner In Charge of Buffalo Office

Hemenway_AmyIn a recent interview with Buffalo Business First, it was announced that Amy Hemenwaywho has 20 years of experience with Harter Secrest & Emery, is taking on the role of Buffalo partner-in-charge, succeeding John Horn, who held the position since 2009. Hemenway, a labor and employment attorney, expressed her eagerness for the role and her commitment to contributing to the firm’s growth. She will oversee daily operations in the Buffalo office, while Horn remains as chairman of the Inclusion and Equity Committee.
 
Hemenway, who joined the firm in 2004 and became a partner in 2013, emphasized how her background in labor and employment law equips her to address leadership challenges related to employee management and development.
 

The Buffalo office, which initially had three attorneys in 1995, has since expanded to 32 attorneys, with four new hires starting later this month. Hemenway’s objectives include staying updated on emerging industries like cybersecurity and data privacy and fostering a culture that prioritizes the well-being and growth of the firm’s team members. 

 

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