January 3, 2022
“David Berger and David Siegel are both recent additions to our firm who quickly established themselves as leaders in their practices and demonstrated their commitment to exceptional client service,” said David C. Roberts, Chair of Norris McLaughlin. “We are proud to elevate these attorneys to Member and are confident that they will enjoy continued success in their new roles.”
On his promotion, Berger said “I have benefited from the knowledge and experience of my colleagues and mentors here at Norris McLaughlin, and I look forward to continuing my journey with the firm in this new role.” Siegel commented, “It is a pleasure working at Norris McLaughlin, and I am thrilled the firm is providing me with this opportunity to take on more responsibilities.”
David C. Berger practices in the firm’s Business Law Practice Group, Real Estate & Finance Group, and Liquor Law Group, counseling clients on general business topics including organization and formation, corporate governance, lease negotiations, restructurings, and finance. He is based in Norris McLaughlin’s Allentown, Pennsylvania office.
A licensed title insurance agent, Berger works closely with lenders, real estate developers, and homebuilding companies, and handles both residential and commercial real estate development matters. Berger has also built a successful liquor law practice, handling the sale and purchase of liquor licenses and providing transactional counseling, including defending licensees who have received citations from the Pennsylvania Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement.
Berger is a graduate of the Widener University School of Law and joined Norris McLaughlin in 2019 as an associate.
David H. Sigel practices in the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice Group, focusing his practice on all aspects of intellectual property strategy, maintenance, and enforcement. He is based in Norris McLaughlin’s New York office.
Siegel represents clients in patent, trademark, and copyright prosecution, transactions, and litigation. He has significant experience in intellectual property licensing and brand protection, and regularly advises clients on global patent and trademark protection, clearance, options, and alternatives. Siegel has represented inventors, businesses, and start-ups in patent-related matters and in the prosecution of patent applications and non-disclosure and development agreements. A graduate of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Sigel previously served as in-house intellectual property counsel for a leading multinational costume designer, manufacturer, and distributor. He joined Norris McLaughlin in 2021 as Senior Counsel.