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Yetter Coleman Welcomes New Associates Kay Dannenmaier and Ali Shan Ali Bhai

Yetter Coleman is pleased to announce that it has added two outstanding young attorneys to its roster whose practices are focused on commercial litigation.

Kay Dannenmaier graduated from Yale Law School in 2019, where she served as both the Executive Projects Editor and Articles Editor for the Yale Journal on Regulation.

Prior to joining the firm, she clerked with the Honorable Robert E. Bacharach in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit and Honorable Vanessa L. Bryant in the U.S. District Court of Connecticut.

Ali Shan Ali Bhai graduated cum laude from Duke University School of Law in 2020 where he served as Executive Editor for the Duke Law Journal and received recognition as the Champion and Top Oral Advocate in the Judge John R. Brown Admiralty Moot Court Competition.

Ali Shan most recently served as law clerk to the Honorable J. Campbell Barker of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.

“We are pleased to welcome Kay and Ali Shan to the firm,” says Tracy LeRoy, partner. “They are both impressive lawyers whose backgrounds and clerkship experience will deliver value on the work we are handling on behalf of our clients. Kay and Ali Shan round out a terrific group of new associates who have joined us this fall and add even greater horsepower to  our roster of exceptional young legal talent."

Yetter Coleman is a law firm built to handle high-stakes business and technology litigation, from investigating claims and filing suit through final resolution on appeal. Founded in 1997, the firm’s trial and appellate lawyers offer clients an integrated team approach from which the best strategic decisions are developed for every stage of litigation. The firm has earned a reputation as one of the nation’s best litigation firms, including recognition on the American Lawyer list of U.S. Litigation Boutique Firms of the Year in 2019, 2009 and 2005, and its lawyers are regularly honored as among the best litigators in the country.