Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry attorney, Philip Karter spoke at Audits & Appeals Seminar sponsored by the Tax Executives Institute. Karter and his colleague from the Houston office, Larry Campagna presented, “Managing Interview Requests – the Good, Bad & Ugly.”
A story in Auto Body News shared that Bob Bowen, of Penn Community Bank took the role of chairman of the resurrected chapter of Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Pennsylvania. A key leader at the bank, Bowen oversees the bank’s insurance division, Penn Community Insurance.
Jeane M. Coyle, president and CEO of Penn Community Bank recently was named a Woman of Influence by Lehigh Valley Business in its fourth annual ceremony in May at Cedar Crest College, Allentown, Pennsylvania.
The Philadelphia Business Journal wrote that Delaware attorney Paul Crawford joined the Wilmington office of Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP.
The Intelligencer, The Bucks County Courier Times and the Bucks County Herald announced that Adam Devlin, co-founder and owner of New Vitae Wellness and Recovery has been appointed to the Commission on People with Disabilities under Philadelphia Mayor James F. Kenney.
An article published in the Hepatology, Medicine and Policy Journal released findings from a Hepatitis B Foundation study, “Gateway to Care,” Campaign in China after a three-year public health educational program regarding the hepatitis B virus in Haimen City.
Doylestown attorney, Hollie John of Jacobson and John, presented at Lehigh University’s 44th Special Education Law Conference. She spoke on topics such as truancy prevention, including compulsory school attendance laws as applied; the social, economic, educational and legal impacts of truancy; and, the crossover of truancy and special education.
Bob Latshaw, vice president of commercial lending at Penn Community Bank participated in ‘Business Smart’ workshops hosted by the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Eastern Pennsylvania office.
CityBizList.com featured a story that Penn Community Bank was this year’s sponsor of the 2016 Women in Business Scholarship Dinner. The Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Committee provides scholarships to women re-entering the workforce or changing careers. Additionally, it was reported by several media outlets that Penn Community Bank sponsored the new scoreboard wrap at Pennridge High School’s Helman Field.
Attorney at Law Magazine shared that Philadelphia labor attorney, Richard Poulson of employment, labor and workers’ compensation law firm, Willig, Williams & Davidson gave a presentation on collective bargaining strategies for public safety workers. The seminar was organized by Labor Relations Information System (LRIS), a primary resource for public safety professionals regarding personnel issues.
Attorney Michael V. Puppio of Raffaele Puppio,one of the largest full-service law firms in Delaware County, has been voted as one of the “Best Lawyers” in the 2016 Reader’s Choice survey by the Delaware County Times.
The Jewish Exponent reported that labor and employment attorney, Amy L. Rosenberger of Philadelphia law firm, Willig, Williams & Davidson has been elected as president of the Philadelphia chapter of the Labor and Employment Relations Association.
An article on CityBizList.com announced that Scranton and Wilkes Barre personal injury attorney, Melissa A. Scartelli, founder and president of Scartelli Olszewski, P.C., has been recertified as a civil trial advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
The Alaska Journal of Commerce shared that Stoel Rives managing partner James E. Torgerson has been awarded the Jay Rabinowitz Public Service Award from the Alaska Bar Foundation.
A plethora of media outlets including ABA Journal, Philly.com, Philadelphia Business Journal, Mass Transit Magazine, Newsworks, NBCPhiladelphia.com, and The Legal Intelligencer reported on labor, employment and workers’ compensation law firm, Willig, Williams & Davidson’s class action lawsuit brought against the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA). Ryan A. Hancock, of counsel and chair of the employment law department is representing one of the plaintiffs in the case.