A client conflict prompted two intellectual property lawyers to leave Gardere Wynne Sewell as it merged with Foley & Lardner this month. They have joined Oklahoma-based Crowe & Dunlevy in its new Dallas office.

Andy Szuwalski and Jeremy Berman joined Crowe & Dunlevy as directors on April 1, the same day the merger of Gardere and Foley & Lardner took effect, creating Foley Gardere. Szuwalski and Berman focus on patent prosecution and Szuwalski had been chair of the intellectual property practice group at Gardere.

Randy Gordon, Crowe & Dunlevy

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