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October 2013 Recent Furia Rubel Client Sightings

Gary N. Bagoff, CPA, of accounting, tax and consulting firm Citrin Cooperman, shared advice for medical device makers on the new Obamacare tax on MedCity News. Read more: Medical Device Tax.

 Bencardino Excavating of Bensalem, Pa., is working on an expansion project at John Kennedy Ford Jenkintown. The project includes an addition to the current building and renovations to the existing infrastructure. Read more: Bencardino Excavating at John Kennedy Ford.

The Hepatitis B Foundation has renamed its research institute in honor of the man who discovered the hepatitis b virus and developed the vaccine that has saved millions of lives. The newly renamed Baruch S. Blumberg Institute was unveiled on Oct. 7. See more: Hepatitis B Foundation Unveils Baruch S. Blumberg Institute.

Mark S. Carrow, CPA, MS, managing partner of tax, accounting and consulting firm Citrin Cooperman’s Philadelphia office, was featured in the latest edition of SmartCEO magazine. Read more: Jacks or Better.

Citrin Cooperman recently helped sponsor and participated in the 2nd Annual DelcoWAR Race for Victims' Rights 5K run/walk. More than 10 employees helped raise awareness for victims of sexual assault. Read more: DelcoWAR.

Sean Corr and Robert A. Mitchell, Jr. of the business law firm, Corr Mitchell, LLC have launched a new website. Visit them: Corr Mitchell, LLC.

Hepatitis B Foundation recently appointed two new board members, Walter Tsou, MD, PhD, former health commissioner for the City of Philadelphia and Deborah Faust, a pharmaceutical executive. Learn more: HBF Adds New Board Members.

A new nonprofit organization, Project for STEM Competitiveness, kicked off a pilot program at Newtown Friends School entitled “Lift Off to Mars.” The program aims to encourage students to enter the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Read more: STEM.

Nicholas J. Speers, CPA of Citrin Cooperman in Philadelphia, penned two articles in Region’s Business newspaper recently. In August, he helped small business owners decide whether interest rate swaps are in their companies’ best interests, and in September, he advised business owners to check every loan agreement for a very important clause. Read more: Interest Rate Swaps and Frozen GAAP.

Two leaders at TCR (Tri-County Respite) have been promoted at Mount Trexler Manor, the behavioral health organization’s residential care and outpatient treatment facility in Limeport, Pa. Toby Tarquin-Stackhouse and Dave Rush have been promoted to administrator and assistant administrator, respectively. Read more: Leadership Change at Mount Trexler Manor.

Willig Williams & Davidson partner Stuart W. Davidson, Esq., was honored by the City of Hope with its Spirit of Life® award in recognition of his support for the national research, educational and treatment center for life-threatening diseases.  Read more: Davidson City of Hope.

In The Legal Intelligencer, Colleen S. Vallen, CPA, CFF, of Citrin Cooperman shared advice for small business owners on how to spot and combat employee theft. Read more: Employee Theft.

Jeffrey M. Williams and Hillary J. Moonay of Williams Family Law, P.C. have been honored by their peers as Best Lawyers in America® 2014. The domestic law firm also was named a “Best Law Firm” for 2013, one of only 11 family law firms in the greater-Philadelphia area to qualify for the top tier. Read more: Best Lawyers.

 

 

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