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Howard B. Hander ’68Bob Levin L’67, announces the publication of his new book, The Pirates and the Mouse, about the mammoth 1960s lawsuit for copyright and trademark infringements brought by the Disney Corporation against a group of cartoonists. The book has been published by Fantagraphics.

Howard B. Hander ’68 has joined the New Jersey law firm Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith, Ravin, Davis & Himmel as cousel in the Real Estate Department. Hander was formerly of Dollinger & Dollinger in Pennsylvania.

Michael J. Kline L’69 Michael J. Kline L’69, partner at the Princeton, New Jersey law firm Fox Rothschild O’Brien & Frankel, was elected to the Executive Committee of the firm. As Chair of the firm’s Corporate Department, Kline concentrates his practice in the areas of corporate and securities law.

Allan H. Starr L’69, partner and chair of the executive committee at the law firm of White & Williams in Philadelphia, was quoted in an article from The Philadelphia Business Journal announcing the merger of White & Williams with NJ-based law firm Wright, Pindulic & Hamelsky.

Charles J. Bloom L’71 delivered a feature presentation at a Pennsylvania Bar Institute seminar entitled “Prosecuting and Defending Customer Claims against Stockbrokers.” He is a partner at Stevens & Lee in Valley Forge, PA, where he concentrates his practice in complex corporate litigation.


Brian Bromberger GL’71 has been named dean of Loyola University New Orleans’ School of Law. Bromberger, a native of Australia, formerly served as associate dean for academic affairs and professor of law at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. An accomplished scholar, Bromberger has written four books and numerous articles and received a prestigious Ford Foundation Graduate Research Scholarship. In Australia he was the director of the Center for the Study of Law and Technology at the University of New South Wales. He has also served on boards and a tribunal that focused on mental health issues and was a part-time lecturer at the New South Wales Institute of Psychiatry and at the School of Medicine.

Steven L. Friedman L’71 has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Regulatory DataCorp International, a New York-based, privately held company, owned in part by Goldman Sachs. Friedman is Co-Chairman of the Litigation Department at Dilworth Paxson in Philadelphia.

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