Client Sightings and Legal Public Relations
The New York Law Journal published an article by founder and managing partner Aaron Strauss entitled, “Defining Characteristics of the Consummate Dealmaker.” The article gives a clear description of how those who are successful at making deals enjoy the dance of negotiation and have the know-how to keep their clients happy.
Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP
Megan Coyle, Ph.D. joined the firm as a scientific advisor with a focus on pharmaceutical and biotech sciences. Providing technical support and scientific expertise, she assists in searches and reviews for due diligence, patentability and freedom to operate analyses, as well as preparation, filing, and prosecution of patent applications.
The Legal Intelligencer reported that Jeffrey W. Gluck, Ph.D. took part in the Penn Intellectual Property Symposium on a panel entitled, “Open Source Licensing and Business Models.” The discussion focused on open source licensing strategies and business models used by industry leaders in today’s markets.
Human Resources Manager Krista Hart has been named VP of Communications for the Philadelphia Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators’ board of directors.
Penn Community Bank
The Doylestown Patch featured an article that the bank was proud to be a principal sponsor and partner of a casino night fundraiser called “Bet on Success” for the United Way of Bucks County. Penn Community Bank helped raise funds for pre-K scholarships for children from at-risk and low-income families.
Family Service of Bucks County received a sponsorship donation from Penn Community Bank recently to aid in the organization’s two largest fundraisers that assist Bucks County’s low-income and homeless families and children seeking independence.
Attorney Nicholas M. Orloff was featured in Pivot.Today as a leader in Delaware County, Pennsylvania in a Q & A interview. Speaking with the publication, Orloff, a lifelong resident of Springfield, gave some insight as to why he chose to become an estate planning and administration lawyer, and discussed his weakness for retro 90s basketball sneakers.
Stoel Rives LLP
Kirk Maag was named a 40 Under 40 award recipient by the Portland Business Journal. Selected based on leadership, influence, community involvement and career achievement, nominees were whittled down to the top 40.
Joining as Of Counsel in the Portland office’s Environment, Land Use & Natural Resources group, Allison Reynolds brings her experience working in the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the White House Counsel on Environmental Quality, and County of Los Angeles.