A three-lawyer team of commercial litigators left Schiff Hardin for Venable‘s San Francisco office. John S. Worden joins as partner and tries cases, primarily on the defense side, in state and federal courts. Jean-Paul Cart, also a partner, handles business torts and commercial disputes. Steven E. Swaney will take on the role of counsel and defends against consumer class actions.

Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis announced that it promoted five attorneys to partnership. Real estate attorney Britney Willhite is based in Orange county. Lindsay Tabaian, who focuses on land use, environmental law and general litigation, and Tim Hsu, who handles matters related to financial services, are based in Los Angeles. Real estate lawyer Brian Michel is based in Century City, and Jonathan Lorenzen, also a real estate lawyer, is based in San Diego.

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