Seth Lundy has joined King & Spalding (Washington) as a partner in its FDA/healthcare group. Lundy, with more than 10 years' experience in healthcare law, focuses on fraud and abuse counseling (anti-kickback, Stark/self-referral and false claim laws), Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and healthcare compliance programs. Before joining King & Spalding, Lundy was a partner with Fulbright & Jaworski.

Brian Neill was named CFO of Medical Connections Holdings (Boca Raton, Florida). Neill has more than 25 years' experience in senior finance. Medical Connections is a staffing company specializing in allied health, nurse and physician staffing and recruiting services.

Warren Muth, MD, has been named president of the Ohio State Medical Association (OSMA; Columbus) for 2008-09. Muth is a general and vascular surgeon, practicing in Dayton with South Dayton Surgeons. He is affiliated with Kettering Medical Center, where he serves as the medical director of the Surgery Network.

Robert Holmes has been named director of global regulatory affairs/quality assurance at Precision Dynamics (PDC; San Fernando, California). Before joining PDC, Holmes was director of quality and technical operations for JBL Professional. PDC specializes in wristband identification.

Paul Atkins, commissioner of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, said that he intends to leave the SEC following the end of his term. Appointed by President George Bush in August 2002 for the first of two terms, Atkins said he plans to stay until his successor is appointed and takes office. During his almost six years in office, Atkins has advocated greater transparency and cost-benefit analysis in the SEC rulemaking process, according to the commission. Atkins served from 1990-94 on the staffs of two former SEC chairmen, Richard Breeden and Arthur Levitt, both as chief of staff and counselor.