On the Move

Male and female business people shaking hands

People in the News—Sept. 28, 2016—Rawle & Henderson

Melissa K. Kaufman joined the Philadelphia office of Rawle & Henderson.

People in the News—Sept. 29, 2016—Philadelphia Law Department

Kenneth S. Butensky, chief deputy city solicitor of the Philadelphia Law Department's claims unit, presented a course titled "Liability Concerns and Risk Avoidance."

Business handshake and business people

People in the News—Sept. 27, 2016—Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young

Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young partner Michael W. Mundt is a scheduled panelist at the ETF Boot Camp on Thursday in New York.

Concept of success of a businessman

People in the News—Sept. 26, 2016—Offit Kurman

Offit Kurman added Matthew D'Annunzio to the firm's Philadelphia office.

PLW People in the News—Sept. 27, 2016—Eastburn and Gray

Robert R. Watson Jr., a shareholder in Eastburn and Gray's construction law practice group, presented a seminar titled, "The Pennsylvania Mechanics' Lien Law and the New Construction Notices Directory" to members of the Montgomery Bar Association on Sept. 15 in Norristown.

People in the News—Sept. 23, 2016—U.S. District of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

U.S. District Judge Gerald A. McHugh of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania addressed the annual meeting of the American College of Trial Lawyers on the topic of, "What Makes a Case Important?"

People in the News—Sept. 21, 2016—Volpe and Koenig

On Sept. 28, in a two-hour live webinar, Volpe and Koenig's Neil Maskeri is set to join a panel of professionals to discuss how to draft software patents effectively amid the increasingly heightened standard of review while avoiding common pitfalls.

Reed Smith Washington, D.C. offices. November 12, 2014.

People in the News—Sept. 22, 2016—Reed Smith

Miriam S. Edelstein joined Reed Smith, practicing in both the Philadelphia and New York offices as an associate in the firm's labor and employment group.

Group of happy business people in a meeting at office

People in the News—Sept. 20, 2016—Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young

Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young partner Kenneth L. Greenberg is set to participate in a panel discussion at IA Watch's 16th annual "IA Compliance" fall conference on Sept. 26 in Boston.

People in the News—Sept. 19, 2016—Soloff & Zervanos

Attorney Jeffrey P. Fritz of Soloff & Zervanos, along with Daniel Hartstein and Brian Kent, are scheduled to present "The Other Penn State Story: 15 Years of Non-Stop Pursuit of Justice for a Victim of Sexual Abuse" at the National Crime Victim Bar Association's national conference at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Philadelphia.

PLW People in the News—Sept. 20, 2016—Robb Leonard Mulvihill

Robb Leonard Mulvihill welcomed associate Mary L. O'Rourke.

People in the News—Sept. 16, 2016—Stradley Ronon Stevens &Young

Stradley Ronon Stevens &Young partner Deborah Hong spoke at the seventh annual Philadelphia Diversity and Leadership Conference.

People in the News—Sept. 15, 2016—Goldberg, Miller & Rubin

Matthew Lavoie joined Goldberg, Miller & Rubin's Philadelphia office.

People in the News—Sept. 14, 2016—Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania

The "Innovations in Energy and Emerging Issues in Law" event is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sept. 21 at Blank Rome in One Logan Square, 130 N. 18 St. in Philadelphia.

People in the News—Sept. 13, 2016—Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis

Jo Bennett, a partner at Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, was a recipient of the Pennsylvania Diversity Council's 2016 Most Powerful and Influential Woman Award, which honors women for outstanding leadership, professional excellence and dedication to community.

Left to right: Jasmine Greene, Maya Brown

People in the News—Sept. 12, 2016—WLD Foundation

The WLD Foundation announced the recipients of its 2016 Justice Juanita Kidd Stout tuition scholarship and the Sadie T.M. Alexander book fund scholarship as law school students Jasmine C. Greene and Maya Brown.

Young Lawyers.Business of law

PLW People in the News—Sept. 13, 2016—Offit Kurman

Offit Kurman's Neil Morris, chair of the Philadelphia labor and employment group, and Gabriel Celii presented a program at the annual conference of the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors at the Hotel Hershey titled, "Working With Millennials—Social Media, Tattoos and Piercings."