Penn Community Bank
A Perkasie-area tradition, Pennridge Community Day, continued in 2019. Penn Community Bank sponsored the fireworks display by donating $6,000 to the event that took place on July 7th in Perkasie’s Lenape Park.
Penn Community Bank is proud to announce its summer event series “Hello Doylestown,” two months of special events to introduce the community to the bank’s newest branch in the Doylestown Shopping Center on North Main Street.
The Intelligencer noted 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. Penn Community Bank served as a whole-house partner on the project, pledging $100,000 over a three-year period. This support helped finance the house’s construction.
Pine Run Retirement Community
Doylestown Patch.com noted that Pine Run Retirement Community, one of Bucks County’s leading senior living and senior care providers, recently recognized numerous associates for the excellence and dedication they devote to their work every day.
Stoel Rives LLP
Stoel Rives announced that the firm received the Gold Standard Certification for 2019 from the Women in Law Empowerment Forum (“WILEF”). WILEF is a leading organization for women in law dedicated to assisting women in the largest law firms and corporate law departments in advancing their careers by educating them on “how to become leaders in the workplace and in the community by building, exercising and implementing a strong sense of empowerment.”
The firm is pleased to announce that partner Eric Martin and associate Laura Kerr have been selected by the Oregon Concrete and Aggregate Producers Association (OCAPA) to receive its 2019 Chairman of the Board Award and Associate of the Year Award, respectively.
The San Diego Business Journal announced that the law firm has moved its San Diego office to 501 West Broadway, Suite 2000, a centralized and convenient location in the Embarcadero. The firm’s new office will occupy 7,100 square feet in the LEED® Gold building. Stoel Rives also has expanded its focus on Energy & National Resources, while enhancing its leadership team throughout California.
The Puget Sound Business Journal announced that Stoel Rives is continuing its expansion in the Seattle area with the recent acquisition of two new bankruptcy attorneys, Bryan Glover and Andrew Morton. They join the firm as partners in the financial restructuring and insolvency practice, which assists a wide range of business clients with debt restructurings, receiverships and bankruptcy cases.
Willig, Williams & Davidson
The firm announced that partner Irwin Aronson recently served as the keynote speaker at the 12th annual convention of the Northwestern Pennsylvania Area Labor Federation. Aronson, who serves as General Counsel for the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO, focused his presentation on “Workers, Justice, and the Courts: Why do judges matter?”
Willig, Williams & Davidson announced that attorney Elizabeth I. Deegan recently ran a training program discussing the basic steps to divorce in Pennsylvania. The training session was presented for Philadelphia Legal Assistance, which provides free legal support to low-income individuals and families, and Jenkins Law Library.
The Legal Intelligencer announced that partner Lauren Hoye recently spoke at the 2019 biennial convention of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) Pennsylvania. Lauren discussed developments in the legal landscape in the year since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the Janus case that teacher and other public employee unions cannot collect fees from nonmembers.
The firm announced that attorney Jonathan Krinick recently served as an instructor for the Delaware Law School Intensive Trial Advocacy Program. The Intensive Advocacy Program is a seven-day course designed to sharpen attorneys’ trial advocacy skills.