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• Danielle Holland and Brad Mascho have joined the communications team of NAVA, the Association for Insured Retirement Solutions. Holland will be the new assistant vice president for communications and public affairs and Mascho will be the new communications director. Before joining NAVA, Holland worked on Capitol Hill for Senate and House members and at CNN and Fox News. Most recently, she was the primary spokeswoman for the AARP’s economic security and retirement planning team. Mascho previously worked for the late Rep. Paul Gillmor (R-Ohio) and was the communications director for Rep. Michael Turner (R-Ohio) and campaign manager for Rep. Steve Austria (R-Ohio).

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• Margaret Boles has joined AT&T’s Washington office as director of media relations. Before coming to AT&T, Boles was the vice president of communications of Comptel. She also has broadcast, print and online journalism experience from Telecommunications Reports, where she served in a variety of positions. Boles’s responsibilities at AT&T will include developing and managing the company’s public policy strategy for online and social media outlets and coordinating federal and state public policy communications.

• Howard Radzely, a former deputy secretary of the Labor Department, has joined Morgan, Lewis & Bockius as a partner in the labor and employment practice. Radzely previously practiced at what is now Wiley Rein.

• Karin Norton has joined intellectual property litigation practice in Sidley Austin’s Washington office. Norton was previously a senior investigative attorney for the Office of Unfair Import Investigation for the U.S. Trade Commission. She was with the commission for eight years and also served as lead government counsel. Her practice will focus on patent and other intellectual property litigation with a primary focus on Section 337 investigations before the U.S. International Trade Commission.