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The Philadelphia Business Journal announced that New Vitae Wellness and Recovery is celebrating its 35th year of service.
Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP
The Philadelphia Business Journal announced that Stephen E. Murray was named partner of the IP law firm. Murray focuses his practice on patents and intellectual property strategy and he has considerable experience with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Penn Community Bank
The bank is pleased to announce that John Foff was appointed to the bank’s board of directors. A former executive of Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh, Foff has more than 40 years of experience in the financial profession.
The Upper Bucks County Chamber of Commerce noted online that the Penn Community Bank board of directors and several senior executives took time to volunteer at the Morrisville site of Habitat for Humanity Bucks County.
The bank is proud to announce that, in collaboration with the Bucks County Opportunity Council, the 2018 Feed-A-Neighbor program collected 650 pounds of non-perishable food items and more than $3,700 for the purchase of much-needed fresh foods.
Pivot.Today featured Tracey D. Waldman for its January 2019 Leadership Profile and a short Q & A.
Shemtob Draganosky Taylor, P.C.
Montco.Today published that Shemtob Law is excited to announce it has rebranded. With the addition of named partners David J. Draganosky and Andrew D. Taylor, the firm has changed its name to Shemtob Draganosky Taylor, P.C.
According to The Legal Intelligencer, the Pennsylvania family law firm skipped their office holiday gift giving this season in order to give to those who need it most. In the spirit of helping families, the Montgomery County-based law firm collected hats, scarves, gloves, toys, crafts and more to donate to Mitzvah Circle Foundation to distribute to local people in need.
Family law attorney and partner Andrew D. Taylor recently moderated a session at the PBA 2019 Family Law Section Winter Meeting. Entitled “Lawyers Never Lose Their Appeal,” the session featured four attorneys who conducted mock oral debates before a panel of three Pennsylvania Superior Court Judges, with the judges providing critiques of their performances.
Partner Andrew D. Taylor presented at the annual Montgomery Bar Association’s Toby L. Dickman Seminar featuring “Family Law 2.0: A Child-Centered and User-Friendly Approach.” Taylor’s session focused on mediation and reviewed updates to “Our Children First,” a county-mandated program aimed at helping parents and caregivers anticipate and ameliorate challenges to raising children in two homes.
Law.com featured an article on the latest expansion of the Stoel Rives Seattle office by bringing 13 attorneys on board for their real estate group. The addition of the new attorneys to Stoel’s already top-ranked real estate and environmental, natural resources and land use practice groups enhances the firm’s ability to provide sophisticated legal advice to clients with a wide variety of legal needs.
The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce announced that Bruce J. McNeil has joined the firm as a partner in the employee benefits group. McNeil focuses his practice on employee benefits matters, including executive and non-qualified deferred compensation plans, and the tax aspects of equity, phantom equity, and employee benefits litigation.