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In The News
2017 January Furia Rubel Client Sightings
The Baruch S. Blumberg Institute, the research arm of the Hepatitis B Foundation held their 16th Annual Regional Biotech Conference on November 18th. The focus this year was on reducing costs on drug development. The Pennsylvania Biotechnology Center in Doylestown hosted the event at their headquarters in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
The Legal Intelligencer reported that Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s senior counsel Kevin Sweeney recently spoke at New Jersey Society of Enrolled Agents (NJSEA). Enrolled Agents are the only federally licensed tax practitioners who specialize in taxation and also have unlimited rights to represent taxpayers before the IRS. New additions at Chamberlain Hrdlicka include Matthew Olesh as senior counsel for commercial litigation and former Philadelphia deputy city solicitor Adam M. Koelsch to the firm's taxation practice.
Newtown Patch.com stated that intellectual property attorney Weihong Hsing, Ph.D., of the Philadelphia firm Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP, recently returned from a trip to China for the China Pharma Intellectual Property Summit 2016. The conference provided some of the latest developments and legislation and policy updates in IP from the USPTO.
The Montgomeryville Patch.com reported Impact Thrift Stores celebrated their 15th anniversary on America Recycles Day and earned a land-fill free certification.
The Legal Intelligencer noted that Neal Jacobs of Jacobs Law Group took part in the 57th annual Theodore L. Reimel Moot Court at the Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law.
William L. Myers of the Philadelphia law firm Myers Lafferty has been elected by the Academy of Rail Labor Attorneys for its Board of Managers according to the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Myers Lafferty joined in the holiday spirit by giving back through the Toys for Tots program and Operation Gratitude.
The Abington Patch.com noted that Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP attorney Stephen E. Murray has been named to the Eastern Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. Murray is also on the Chamber’s Technology Committee.
The Intelligencer announced that Penn Community Bank plans to open its 23rd branch in Warminster in February of 2017. The bank will be able to service the Warminster-Ivyland area of Bucks County.
CityBizList of Washington, D.C. has announced that Vanessa Soriano Power from Stoel Rives LLP has been named Managing Partner of the firm’s Seattle office.
Marianne Henry Saylor, partner at labor, employment, and workers’ compensation firm Willig, Williams & Davidson, spoke recently at a Philadelphia Bar Association program, “Fee Reviews and Utilization Reviews – An Overview of What You Need to Know.”
Westchester Patch.com recently featured that experienced litigator Mackenzie W. Smith has joined Jacobs Law Group’s Malvern office. Smith concentrates her practice on commercial, products liability, insurance defense and estate-related litigation.
Stoel Rives LLP recently partook in the OnRamp Fellows program in their Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon offices by hiring Sallie Lin and Alyssa M. Petroff, respectfully. Part of a group of less than 30 firms in the U.S., Australia and the UK to participate in the program which offers highly experienced women in the legal and financial industries who wish to return to those professions after a period of time away. It offers participants career development through education, training, and one-on-one coaching with career experts. In other news, the Sacramento Business Journal reported that Stoel Rives LLP presented in conjunction with the SBJ, and Moss Adams LLP, the inaugural Sacramento Innovations Awards to six companies in the region.
The United States District Court for the Western District of Washington issued a preliminary injunction in a privacy case won by Stoel Rives LLP lawyers Jill Bowman, Vanessa Soriano Power, and Lauren Wigginton who worked with attorneys from the nonprofit women’s rights advocacy group, Legal Voice, to score this important victory.
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation has recognized Stoel Rives LLP on their Corporate Equality Index. The honor is bestowed on companies that meet the survey points for LGBTQ-inclusive policies and practices of which the firm has scored a perfect 100. The firm joins a varied list of 517 of the foremost Fortune 500 companies across the U.S.
In addition, Stoel Rives LLP attorney, John Laney was honored with a ‘Top Contributor’ award from the Northwest Asian Weekly. Laney is one of eight honorees recognized for contributions that positively impact the Asian-American community in the Northwest.
Philadelphia CityBizList wrote that Senior Partner Kevin Sweeney at Chamberlain Hrdlicka was the featured speaker at the New Jersey Society of Enrolled Agents Dinner. The program was entitled, “Eggshell Audits: Handling IRS Examinations with Potential Fraud Penalty and Criminal Issues.”
K. Bernard Tynes has been hired by Penn Community Bank as the new Retail Sales Manager. In his role Tynes will develop the bank’s retail sales and service projects. He will be in contact with customers and bank team members to help enhance the overall customer service program and experience.
Attorney Jeffrey Williams, founder of Williams Family Law and attorney Jennifer Ryan spoke at Philadelphia Bar Institute’s CLE on navigation across counties in regards to family law. The presentation, “Family Law Practice in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery,” discussed the differences in the region and how to manage the differences during family & marital conflicts.