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In The News
May 2017 Client Sightings
Jeane M. Coyle, President and CEO of Penn Community Bank, and Todd R. Hurley, Executive Vice President and Chief Relationship Officer, recently appeared on BuxMont Live with host John Ralston to talk about the bank’s community engagement and culture of volunteerism.
CityBizList.com reported that attorney Stewart Davidson from the Philadelphia labor, employment and workers’ compensation firm Willig, Williams & Davidson was chosen as a board member for Our Generation Speaks. The international group aims to create a network of future Israeli and Palestinian leaders.
The Legal Intelligencer shared that labor, employment and workers’ compensation attorney Michael Dryden of the Philadelphia firm Willig, Williams & Davidson presented at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s program, “Tough Problems in Workers’ Compensation in 2017.”
Philly.com announced that the Montgomery County and Bucks County law firm of High Swartz LLP has been named as one of the top workplaces in the Philadelphia region.
Katherine H. Meehan of the Delaware County full-service law firm of Raffaele Puppio has been made partner. With the firm since 2006, Meehan concentrates her practice on education law, but also serves clients within municipalities, corporate and the private sector.
Ronald L. Panitch, Alan S. Nadel, and William W. Schwarze, from the Philadelphia intellectual property firm of Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP have been named 2017 IP Stars by Managing Intellectual Property, a leading source of news and analysis on intellectual property issues worldwide.
Bucks County’s leading mutual financial organization, Penn Community Bank, has donated $5,500 to the Central Bucks Family YMCA to support the annual 5K/1-mile fun run in May and the Kids Triathlon in August. In other news, Penn Community Bank sponsors the Bensalem amphitheater which will now be referred to as the Penn Community Bank Amphitheater.
Penn Community Bank was featured in Suburban Life Magazine’s April issue. The article focused on the financial institution’s Residential and Consumer Lending team and how they take an often challenging and sometimes daunting process of borrowing and to make the procedure smooth.
The Philadelphia Business Journal shared Penn Community Insurance’s recent expansion of hiring Peter Frentzen and Robert J. Roberts. Between them, they have more than six decades of experience in the insurance industry. A wholly owned subsidiary of Penn Community Bank, Penn Community Insurance is based out of Perkasie in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that attorney Richard Poulson of the Philadelphia labor, employment and workers’ compensation firm, Willig, Williams & Davidson, was featured in the recent article “Pittsburgh, police union spar over wages in appellate court” by Paula Reed Ward.
In its 2017 Reader Choice survey, Delaware County Daily Times announced Raffaele Puppio attorneys Edward P. Kelly and Ernest Spiros Angelos have been named among the “Best Lawyers” list in Delaware County for real estate law and litigation, respectively.
Sean Schmid of Penn Community Insurance has been appointed to a three-year term to the board of Foundations Community Partnership. The organization provides grant-making to support the behavioral health and human services needs within Bucks County.
Wally Van Valkenberg of the full-service law firm Stoel Rives, LLC has been elected to the board of Greater Portland, Inc. A public-private partnership, GPI consists of more than 70 members that have committed themselves to job growth and investment through regional economic development. Stoel Rives, LLC is a founding member of the organization.
WHYY’s Newsworks.org interviewed Stewart Weintraub, SALT Practice Chair for the Philadelphia office of Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry, in regards to the Philadelphia wage tax for those living outside Pennsylvania.
Williams Family Law, located in Doylestown, Bucks County, was a sponsor of the 2017 annual Spring Formal for BARC Developmental Services. The nonprofit organization supports programs and services to men, women and children with intellectual or developmental disabilities and autism.
Williams Family Law has been named Top Attorneys for 2017 by Suburban Life Magazine under the Family Law section.
Pennsylvania labor, employment and workers’ compensation firm Willig, Williams and Davidson attorney Amy L. Rosenberger was interviewed by Lawrence E. Dubé for a Bloomberg BNA article, “Bargaining About Discipline Should Be Negotiators’ Priority.”