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Sedgwick San Francisco Adds Seven Attorneys

Seven attorneys from a recently shuttered San Francisco-based real estate and land use firm have joined the office of Sedgwick Detert Moran & Arnold.

The former attorneys for Cassidy Shimko Dawson & Kawakami have been brought on to increase Sedgwick San Francisco’s ability to handle real estate and land use practices, the company said in a press release.

“With this move, Sedgwick has created a robust California land use practice, and bolstered its existing real estate practice. Cassidy Shimko is known as one of the top boutique real estate and land use practices and the addition of the seven attorneys from the firm will dramatically increase Sedgwick’s ability to handle real estate and land use litigation, and transactional work and will also provide a bridge between Sedgwick’s existing real estate, environmental and construction practices. ”

The additions to Sedgwick include partners Stephen Cassidy, Anna Shimko, Paul Kawakami and Matthew Francois; special counsel’s Deirdre Dawson and Deborah Kartiganer; and associate Luen Lam.

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