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2014 June Furia Rubel Client Sightings

Representatives from Tinicum Township, Delaware County, the Interboro School District, the City of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia International Airport announced at a press conference May 5, an agreement that would facilitate the expansion of the airport. The story garnered press coverage from outlets around the region and the nation, including NBC10, 6ABC, KYW newsradio, The Delaware County Daily Times, the Philadelphia Business Journal and The Philadelphia Inquirer. The agreement will have long-lasting implications for the economy of the greater-Philadelphia region.

Attorneys Mark W. Tanner and Thomas Martin, of Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock and Dodig LLP, secured a $1.6 million settlement and a formal apology from the office of the Montgomery County District Attorney on behalf of Radnor businessman Walter Logan. Logan was wrongfully arrested and charged with stealing from Salem Baptist Church, in Jenkintown, Pa. – charges which the district attorney quietly dropped in 2010 after finding no evidence of wrongdoing. Mr. Logan’s record has been expunged. The high-profile case garnered attention from several Philadelphia-area media outlets, including the Philadelphia Business Journal, The Philadelphia Inquirer, CBS3, KYW newsradio, NBC10, Fox29, Calkins Media, Mainline Media News and Montgomery Media.

Founding partner Alan M. Feldman, of Philadelphia law firm Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock and Dodig LLP, recently was honored with the Champion of Justice Award for his and the firm’s outstanding dedication to Community Legal Services and those in need of civil legal counsel.

First Federal of Bucks County has teamed up with two Bucks County human service agencies. The Intelligencer notes that volunteers from First Federal of Bucks County joined with Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County to build wall sections that will be used to build a home later this fall on land in Croydon that the bank has donated. The bank also partnered with NOVA (Network of Victim Assistance) to help sponsor the 2nd Annual NO BULLying 5-mile run and 1-mile fun run in Doylestown to raise money for anti-bullying education programs in local schools.

Hepatitis B Foundation and Community Partners visited Philadelphia City Council to make some noise, be visible to City Council and ask them to give their continued support to raising awareness about the critical issue of viral hepatitis B and C for at-risk populations.

Hillary Moonay of Doylestown’s Williams Family Law, P.C. spoke at the Philadelphia Bar Institute’s 2014 Technology Institute on June 11, on “How to Handle a Client’s Use of Social Media,” for lawyers whose clients are involved in litigation.

The Philadelphia Business Journal notes that Gilbert Marquez, law firm administrator for Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock and Dodig LLP has been named the 2014-2015 president of the Philadelphia Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators.

Scranton and Wilkes-Barre personal injury firm Scartelli Olszewski, P.C. has hired Christian W. Francis as an associate. His practice concentration is in civil litigation that focuses on, but is not limited to medical malpractice, tractor trailer accidents and product liability. He also focuses on criminal litigation such as misdemeanor and felony charges and driving under the influence (DUI) cases in federal and state courts.

In Philadelphia on June 11, Melissa Scartelli of Scartelli Olszewski, P.C., presented, “How to Handle a Client’s Use of Social Media,” at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s 2014 Technology Institute.

Perkiomen Valley Patch notes that Matthew Slater, of the Philadelphia labor, employment and workers’ compensation law firm Willig, Williams & Davidson, has been certified in workers’ compensation law, bringing to four the number of workers’ comp certified attorneys at the firm. Fewer than 50 attorneys in Philadelphia are certified in workers’ compensation law.

The firm of Willig, Williams & Davidson, has been named by the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Commission on Women in the Profession to its Honor Roll of Legal Organizations Welcoming Women Professionals. The recognition is in honor of the progressive and flexible policies and environment the firm has created to attract, retain and support highly qualified women attorneys.

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