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Consumer Health Education Corporation
August 2013 Recent Furia Rubel Client Sightings
Irwin W. Aronson of labor, employment and workers’ compensation law firm, Willig, Williams & Davidson’s Harrisburg office was recently interviewed by NBC10 Philadelphia, regarding Montgomery County, Pa., issuing same-sex marriage licenses. To read more: Same-Sex Marriage Battle in MontCo.
Joan Block, RN, BSN, and executive director of the Hepatitis B Foundation was honored by the Viral Hepatitis Action Coalition of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Foundation for bringing the discrimination of hepatitis B-infected healthcare workers to the attention of the U.S. government, which made policy changes to the Americans with Disabilities Act on their behalf. Read more: CDC Award.
Mark S. Carrow, CPA, MS, managing partner of the Philadelphia office of Citrin Cooperman, an accounting, tax services and business consulting firm, wrote a column in SmartCEO magazine. Read the article: Taking Chance.
Three employees at First Federal of Bucks County have been promoted to executive vice president positions at the Bristol-based savings bank: William Boyce, EVP and chief financial officer, Robert Coffin, EVP and chief risk officer and Derek P.B. Warden, EVP and chief lending officer. Three additional employees have been promoted; Georgann Berger McKenna to SVP of sales and administration, Linda Cooper to VP retail banking manager and Karen Shinn to SVP of deposit operations and IT. Learn more: First Federal.
Stuart Davidson, partner with Philadelphia labor, employment and workers’ compensation law firm, Willig, Williams & Davidson has been elected as a Fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers. Read more: College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.
B.J. Hoffman, CPA, CFE, partner in the Philadelphia accounting firm, Citrin Cooperman was featured in The Legal Intelligencer’s blog for his article, “Ratio Analysis – How to Find the Fraud Needle in the Company Haystack.” Read more: Ratio Analysis.
Southwestern law firm, Peacock Keller is launching its annual “Off The Shelf…A Celebration of Books,” fundraiser to benefit the libraries of Washington, Greene and Fayette counties in Pennsylvania with a goal of creating a single card network to allow all residents to use any library in the three counties. Read more: Off The Shelf.
Peter Paul Olszewski, Jr. of Scranton and Wilkes Barre personal injury law firm Scartelli Olszewski has been named to the board of the Lacawac Wildlife Sanctuary. Read more: Sanctuary.
Para-Plus Translations, Inc., Robert Santiago, COO, was featured in SmartCEO magazine for its Legacy Edition. Read more: Robert Santiago.
CBS Philly interviewed labor attorney, Richard Poulson, a partner with Willig, Williams & Davidson, regarding a Philadelphia Fights Firefighters’ Arbitration Award where the judge ordered interim health fund payments. Read more: Firefighters Union.
Tri-County Respite (TCR) has received their second accreditation from the Joint Commission for its New Vitae Mental Health Center in Quakertown, Pa. The Joint Commission is a nationally recognized symbol of quality that indicates a health care or behavioral health facility has met superior performance standards. Read more: Tri-County Respite.
Doylestown family law practice, Williams & Hand founding partner, Jeffrey M. Williams has been named secretary of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Read more: AAML.