By Caitlin Tremblay
Nov 15 (Reuters) - Miles Borden has left Troutman Sanders to
join Seyfarth Shaw as a real estate partner in New York.
Withers Bergman has hired two immigration attorneys from
Abrams Fensterman in New York. Reaz Jafri and Theda Fisher will
spearhead Withers' U.S. immigration practice.
Former Pennsylvania attorney general Jerry Pappert has
joined the commercial litigation group at Cozen O'Connor as a
member. Pappert begin his career as a summer associate at the
Tom McGonigle, the chief of staff for Delaware Governor Jack
Markell, has been appointed head of Drinker Biddle & Reath's
Wilmington office. He will resign from the governor's staff this
month and join the firm on Dec. 10.
In Los Angeles, Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp has added Adam
Mehr as of counsel in its entertainment and new media and
corporate and business transaction practices. Previously, Mehr
was executive vice president, business affairs and general
counsel at Gold Circle Films.
Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth has hired litigator Jason
Anderson as shareholder in its Newport, California, office. He
moves over from Bingham McCutchen.
Richard Millard has left DLA Piper to join Arnold & Porter
as senior counsel. He will work in the corporate and securities
practice group and be based in both the San Francisco and
Silicon Valley offices.
Ogletree Deakins is opening offices in Berlin and London.
The Berlin office will open Dec. 1 with a new group of three
partners and four associates from Salans: Hendrik Muschal will
be a managing shareholder and Marcus Longino and Carsten
Brachmann shareholders. The London office will open next, led by
Michael Webster, the founder and joint managing partner of
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