James Stansel, 39, rejoined the law firm Sidley Austin as a partner in the Washington office and co-head of the firms life-sciences practice. In 2006, Stansel went to work for HHS, where he served as deputy general counsel, acting general counsel and then counselor to HHS Secretary Mike Leavitt before leaving the department when the administration changed Jan. 20. Attorneys Monte Dube and Elizabeth Mills, who each spent 25 years in the Chicago office of McDermott Will & Emery, have moved to Proskauer Rose, also in ChicagoDube as partner and Mills as senior counsel. Dube, 53, was chairman of the health law department at McDermott from 2001 to 2005 and specializes in complex mergers and acquisitions. Mills, 56, focuses on tax exemption issues for not-for-profits.
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