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David H. Marion W’60, L’63, Chairman of Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads LLP in Philadelphia, co-chaired The Sedona Conference on Complex Litigation in Santa Fe, New Mexico in April. Marion, a former chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association, is a trial lawyer who concentrates his practice in business litigation, antitrust, securities, professional liability and communication law.
Earl T. Britt L’64, a founding partner of Britt, Hankins, Schaible & Moughan in Philadelphia, was recently awarded the GEM award by St. Joseph’s University Law Alumni Chapter for his efforts in community and university affairs.
H. Robert Fiebach W’61, L’64, co-chair of the Commercial Litigation Department and chair of the Professional Liability Practice Group at Cozen & O’Connor in Philadelphia, spoke at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s continuing legal education seminar on “Anatomy of the Legal Malpractice Case,” in Pittsburgh and in Philadelphia. Fiebach received the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s President’s Award during the group’s annual meeting in Pittsburgh in May.
Marian Pearlman Nease L’64 of Boca Raton, Florida has joined Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs’ Health Law Practice Group as Of Counsel. Previously, she was vice president in charge of the life care division at Cenvill Development Corp.
The National Law Journal recognized Herbert F. Schwartz G’64, L’64 as one of the outstanding practitioners in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He has many Federal Circuit cases to his credit, in which he has represented clients including Digital Equipment Corp., Polaroid Corp. and Motorola Inc. Schwartz, who teaches patent law and copyrights at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, also authored the Federal Judicial Center’s text “Patent Law and Practice.”
David M. Kozloff L’66 has been named as a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a group of trial lawyers who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts, awards and settlements. He specializes in serious personal injury and death claims, fire and explosion litigation at Kozloff Stoudt PC in Reading, Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defendant Lawyers presented Robert M. Rosenblum L’66 the Alan Jay Josel Advocacy Award in April “in recognition of his extraordinary and superlative efforts and advocacy.”
Glen A. Tobias W’63, L’66 was named to a two-year term as National Chair of the Anti-Defamation League. Mr. Tobias was formerly with Bear Stearns in New York and serves as a member of the Law School’s Board of Overseers.
Peter G. Glenn L’68 will step down from his post as Dean of the Dickinson School of Law at the end of the 2001-2002 academic year. Glenn, who has held the position since 1994, oversaw the merger of Dickinson with Penn State during his incumbency will return to full time teaching at Dickinson Law.
Frank A. Orban III L’68, formerly International Counsel at Armstrong World Industries, Inc. and a senior United States diplomat, has joined the Washington, DC office of DeKieffer & Horgan. Orban will practice in the international trade and customs law area as well as handle transactional and foreign investment matters related to the former Soviet Union, China, Central Europe and the Balkans.
Stacy L. Wallach L’68 has joined real estate company Cushman & Wakefield as senior operations executive for the New York area, comprised of New York City, New Jersey, Westchester Country, Southern Connecticut and Long Island. He was formerly the senior vice president and general counsel for Insignia/ESG.
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