Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP — The New York law firm brought in Mitchell Shapiro as a partner. Shapiro’s practice concentrates on antitrust, trade regulation, class action, electronic payment systems and complex commercial litigation. He joins Carter Ledyard from MCShapiro Law Group PC, where he spent roughly 11 years. He began his career at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP and, after that, McDermott Will and Emery.
Citizens Bank — The Providence, Rhode Island-based bank named Quincy Miller and Lisa Maass (pictured) to lead Citizens’ engagement with civic, business and community leaders across Massachusetts and Connecticut, respectively. Miller succeeds Jerry Sargent, who will focus on leading Citizens’ middle market business, which spans businesses with annual revenue of $25 million and $500 million. Prior to joining Citizens in 2006, Miller spent nine years at M&T Bank in New York City and in Harrisburg, Pa., where he was vice president and retail regional manager. Maass, like Miller, is a member of the company’s executive leadership group. She joined Citizens from Connecticut Bank and Trust in 1994 and has led middle-market banking in the state since 2011.