On the Way Up

Law

DLA Piper named partner David Colker as head of the firm’s inter-national tax practice. He has more than 25 years experience resolving tax disputes.

Technology

Software firm Global-Ware Solutions appointed Seth Wolins to the newly created position of EVP of global sales and marketing.

Technology

Case-Central named Tom Thimot as CEO. He was previously at Kazeon Systems, and was president and CEO at GoRemote Internet Communications, Inc.

Finance

SV Life Sciences appointed Hamish Cameron as venture partner, focusing on therapeutic investments in Europe and the United States.

Finance

Baird appointed John Moriarty managing director as head of the firm’s new Palo Alto office. He has nearly 20 years of experience in the field.

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