Trial attorney Francesca Iacovangelo has joined the firm as Senior Counsel. She will serve as part of the firm’s highly regarded Construction Defect legal team.
Klatzkin & Co., LLP
Partner John Blake, CPA, MBA was recently featured in AccountingToday.com with his tax reform article entitled, ‘Tax Reform Makes Cost Segregation Even More Beneficial.’
Laffey, Bucci & Kent, LLP
Attorney and founding partner Brian Kent discussed the Florida Massage Envy case with WPTV radio in West Palm Beach. Check out the broadcast here.
Personal injury law firm Laffey, Bucci & Kent is proud to announce that it has been awarded the Civilian Leadership Award by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, in honor of the firm’s work seeking justice for survivors of sexual harassment and assault.
Penn Community Bank
The Bucks County Courier Times announced that Penn Community Bank is joining St. Luke’s University Health Network in sponsoring a free summer meals program for underprivileged children, aged 18 and younger, living in the Quakertown area.
The bank partnered with Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) of Bucks County to serve as the title sponsor of the 7th annual NO BULLying Run. Penn Community Bank donated $10,000 to support the 2019 event, a 5-mile run and 1-mile fun run held on Sunday, June 9.
The Bucks County Herald noted on page A11 that Penn Community Bank executives joined Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County on June 29 to celebrate the dedication of a new home for a family in Morrisville Borough. It is the 116th home built by Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County.
On May 30, Penn Community Bank re-opened the branch location at 275 W. Bridge St., New Hope to reveal a renovated space designed to deliver a fresh approach to community banking.
Three employees were honored at the bank’s yearly team dinner for their longevity and dedication. All three have served the organization for 35 years: Chief Relationship Officer Todd R. Hurley, Staff Accountant Anne Kriebel, and Mortgage Loan Officer Lenora Williams.
The Upper Bucks Chamber of Commerce announced that Dorothy Jaworski, Director of Treasury and Risk Management, has been named President of the Financial Managers Society (FMS) Philadelphia Chapter, while Assistant Treasurer and Investment Officer Christopher Carroll has been named the organization’s treasurer.
Penn Community Bank is pleased to announce that team member Maureen Stephenson has been elected to serve on the board of directors of the Eastern Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce.
Shemtob Draganosky Taylor, P.C.
Family law attorney and Shemtob Draganosky Taylor associate Jordan M. Gregro will speak at the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Family Law Section Summer Meeting. Gregro will join a panel to discuss the most recent appellate decisions and how these cases will impact family law issues in the future.
Stoel Rives LLP
The Idaho Press recently announced that estate planning attorney Susan B. Bock is bringing her expertise to Idaho’s Stoel Rives’ clients. Bock, who is based in the firm’s Portland office, will be splitting her time between Stoel Rives’ Boise and Portland offices.
The Puget Sound Business Journal has honored partner Joe Delaney as the Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Attorney of the Year in its inaugural CRE Leadership Awards.
James Kearney wrote a feature article for the Portland Business Journal on the possible death of the initial public offering. See what you think by clicking here.
The Washington Post announced that leading energy attorney Stacy Linden has joined the firm as a partner in its Washington, D.C. office. She most recently served as Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of the American Petroleum Institute (API).
The Puget Sound Business Journal announced that experienced real estate attorney Kate Mathews has joined the firm in its Seattle office. Her addition continues an ongoing expansion that bolsters the firm’s ability to provide sophisticated legal advice and superior value to clients with a variety of legal needs related to real estate, construction, and land use.
Matthew Moscon is the new office managing partner for the law firm’s Salt Lake City office. He will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the office and will continue to practice in the firm’s Litigation group. Moscon replaces Scott Young, who led the Salt Lake City office for more than five years and now is joining the firm’s Executive Committee.
Attorney at Law magazine noted that partner Timothy M. Taylor has been named to Lawyers of Color’s inaugural Nation’s Best list. The list recognizes law firm partners and senior-level corporate counsel who have achieved prominence and distinction in their fields and demonstrated a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion in the legal profession. The honorees were celebrated at a reception on June 13, 2019, in San Francisco.
The Portland Business Journal announced that Robert R. Teel has been selected as a recipient of their Forty Under 40 award for 2019. The honorees were selected from several hundred nominees based on their career achievements, leadership, influence and impact within their communities and industries.
Willig, Williams & Davidson
Partner Irwin W. Aronson recently presented at the annual AFL-CIO LCC Union Lawyers Conference in Detroit, Michigan. A paper co-written by Aronson and Willig, Williams & Davidson associates Jessica Caggiano and Joseph Richardson formed the topic of discussion during Aronson’s session. Entitled “Knowledge is Power: Information, Research and Strategy in Collective Bargaining,” the paper discussed methods of obtaining information during labor negotiations.
Law.com and The Legal Intelligencer have announced that attorney John R. Bielski has been named an Unsung Hero in The Legal Intelligencer’s 2019 Professional Excellence Awards in recognition of work that helped to permanently enjoin Pennsylvania’s Voter ID law.
The firm is pleased to announce that Jessica C. Caggiano served as a speaker at United Steelworkers Local 9265 Conference Day on June 7 in Saratoga Springs, New York. With the theme of “One Day Longer – One Day Stronger,” the annual Conference Day allows the members of USW to learn and plan for the union’s upcoming year. Caggiano presented a session entitled “Social Media’s Impact on a Unionized Workforce.”
The Legal Intelligencer noted the firm recently hired attorney Elizabeth I. Deegan. She will focus her practice on family law matters such as child custody, divorce, child support establishment and modification, equitable distribution of assets and debts, domestic violence issues, grandparent’s rights, adoptions, name changes and relocation issues. Deegan started out her legal career with the Philadelphia Legal Assistance and continues to volunteer as part of her pro bono work.
Philadelphia Patch.com announced that attorney Alidz Oshagan has been reelected to serve as treasurer of the Philadelphia chapter of the Labor Employment Relations Association (LERA). Oshagan focuses her practice on the representation unions in labor and employment matters. She has served as treasurer for Philadelphia LERA since 2017.
The Legal Intelligencer recently posted that longtime attorney and firm partner Marianne Henry Saylor will leave the Willig, Williams & Davidson to become Director of the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Saylor assumed her new role in the administration of Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on June 3, 2019, during the 18th Annual Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Conference in Hershey.