Back in June, when Dallas lawyer Darrell Jordan left Godwin Pappas Ronquillo, he had plans to launch a venture to help businesses and individuals comply with a proposed new immigration law. But Congress failed to pass an immigration reform act, so Jordan moved on to another opportunity: helping Detroit-based Dykema Gossett open an office in Dallas.

Four hundred-lawyer Dykema launched its Dallas office on Sept. 4, staffed by Jordan and six other former Godwin Pappas lawyers. Jordan joins as of counsel but will manage the Dykema office in Dallas and concentrate on building the office with lateral hires.

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