Laffey, Bucci & Kent, LLP
Several media outlets including Philly.com, KYWNews Radio, and CBSPhilly have reported that the firm represents an anonymous, former student of Valley Forge Military Academy and College that has brought a lawsuit against the institution alleging that sexual, physical and emotional abuse is standard at the school.
Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP
Charlotte Lin and Gunes Bender recently joined the firm. Lin was hired as the firm’s controller and Bender was brought on as a patent agent. Lin, an international financial professional, will manage all components of the firm’s accounting operations. Bender will be a member of the firm’s life sciences practice group, providing technical expertise in biotechnology and pharmaceutical projects.
Penn Community Bank
Todd Hurley, Penn Community Foundation’s chief relationship officer, recently wrote a guest post for the Philadelphia media social impact organization, Generocity. The article is part of Generocity’s special section, ‘The Burbs,’ and focuses on people outside the city’s urban areas who have food insecurity, and need both affordable housing and economic self-sufficiency.
The ReporterOnline and MontcoToday both announced that the Keystone Opportunity Center’s first annual E. Richard Aichele III Corporate Partner Award was presented to Penn Community Bank. Aichele, who passed away in December at 69, was a devoted community member who dedicated himself to serve wherever needed, spent many years as a bank board member, was the executive director of the KOC and served his country in the U.S. Air Force and Air Force Reserves among other volunteer positions.
Penn Community Bank has released its first quarter promotions with eight team members transferring to new positions throughout the organization.
Shemtob Draganosky Taylor, P.C.
Partner Andrew Taylor was featured in Montco.today recently discussing Pennsylvania support law at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Family Law Institute 2019 conference in Philadelphia.
In an April Law360.com announcement, Stoel Rives introduced a new paid leave policy for all employees. It will pay up to 12 weeks of protected family or medical leave, or up to 16 weeks for a combination of both.
The Puget Sound Business Journal and the Seattle Business Magazine have announced that Patrick J. Mullaney was recently hired as of counsel to serve in the Real Estate group of the Seattle office counseling clients on real estate and land use matters.
The Enterprise announced that Romaine Marshall has been hired as a partner in the firm’s Salt Lake City office. Marshall’s experience as a lead counsel in a variety of business disputes is also adept as a cybersecurity and privacy lawyer.