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People in the News—Oct. 26, 2016—Archer & Greiner

Archer & Greiner promoted Lloyd Freeman to partner.

People in the News—Oct. 25, 2016—Volpe and Koenig

Volpe and Koenig presented its inaugural donation of its new "Snack and Give Back" initiative to benefit the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House.

People in the News—Oct. 24, 2016—Stonehage Fleming

Stonehage Fleming appointed David Elwell as director in the firm's North America office in Philadelphia.

PLW People in the News—Oct. 25, 2016—Blank Rome

Blank Rome lawyers Jayme L. Butcher and Amy Joseph Coles are scheduled to host an Alley to the Valley summit on Nov. 2 in the firm's Pittsburgh office, with the mission of gathering a group of powerful women in Pittsburgh who are committed to helping each other succeed by creating a "getting it done" network in the local community and beyond.

2016 Mid-Atlantic Emmy awards for Best Interview Discussion Series, (left to right) Andrew Schaeffer, Valerie Jones, Christopher Naughton, Gina Passarella, Joel Keeler.

People in the News—Oct. 21, 2016—"The American Law Journal"

"The American Law Journal" television ­program was honored with two Emmy Awards for episodes on equal protection under the law and workplace rights on Sept. 24 in Philadelphia.

Portrait of ambitious business team at work in the office

People in the News—Oct. 20, 2016—Wisler Pearlstine

Wisler Pearlstine partner Amy T. Brooks presented on the topic of "Ethics: Divorce/Custody Issues" at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute's 2016 Exceptional Children's Conference.

People in the News—Oct. 19, 2016—Capehart & Scatchard

Capehart & Scatchard added Neil Hlawatsch to its litigation department as an associate in the Mount Laurel, New Jersey, office.

A diverse business group closing a deal in the office

People in the News—Oct. 18, 2016—Kleinbard LLC

Kleinbard LLC partner Mary Beth Gray is a set speaker at the National Center for Employee Ownership meeting titled, "Is an ESOP Right for You? An In-Depth Look at Employee Stock Ownership Plans" scheduled Wednesday through Thursday in Providence, Rhode Island.

People in the News—Oct. 17, 2016—Swartz Campbell

Swartz Campbell's Candidus Dougherty is a scheduled ­presenter at the personal injury practicum CLE on Nov. 1 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.


PLW People in the News—Oct. 18, 2016—Barley Snyder

Barley Snyder partner Randy R. Moyer was elected to the board of trustees for the Lancaster General Health Foundation, the charitable arm of Lancaster General Health.

People in the News—Oct. 14, 2016—Obermayer Rebmann

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel attorney Teleicia J.R. Dambreville was selected as a member of the Young Involved Philadelphia's board prep program—a comprehensive training program for young professionals interested in serving on ­nonprofit boards.

People in the News—Oct. 13—Homeless Advocacy Project

Michael Taub, staff attorney and director of the Homeless Advocacy Project's Veterans Project, is set to receive the 2016 Mary Philbrook Public Interest Award on Oct. 20 at Rutgers Law School in Camden, New Jersey.

People in the News—Oct. 12—Greenberg Traurig

Joel Eads joined Greenberg Traurig as a shareholder in its Philadelphia office.

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People in the News—Oct. 11, 2016—Capehart & Scatchard

Joseph F. Kampherstein joined Capehart & Scatchard in its litigation department as an associate in the Mount Laurel, New Jersey, office.

People in the News—Oct. 10, 2016—Willig, Williams & Davidson

Willig, Williams & Davidson partner Alaine S. Williams was elected fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers Inc.

PLW People in the News—Oct. 11, 2016—Widener University Commonwealth Law School

Widener University Commonwealth Law School associate professor Tonya M. Evans is set to join the law school's senior leadership team as associate dean of inclusion and equity.

People in the News—Oct. 7, 2016—Swartz Campbell

Swartz Campbell associate Eli Granek is scheduled to present at the personal injury practicum CLE on the topic of practical insights into premise liability cases on Nov. 1.