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Frederick Cohen L’60, a leading matrimonial lawyer, was selected to serve on the faculty on three Pennsylvania Bar Institute programs this spring: “Arbitration of Family Law Cases,” “Establishing Earning Capacity with Expert CPAs,” and “PA Divorce Code – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.” Cohen works for Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel LLP.

Andrew B. Cantor L’64, a municipal law attorney at Wisler Pearlstine Talone Craig Garrity & Potash LLP, was recently awarded the Montgomery Bar Association Henry Stuckart Miller Public Service Award. The annual award is given in appreciation of an attorney’s devotion and service to the Montgomery County community. Cantor is a 20-year member of the Montgomery Hospital Board of Directors, and has served on the Montgomery County Community College Board of Trustees since 1998. In addition to municipal law, he concentrates his practice in assessment appeals and litigation.

Robert Fiebach L’64 has been elected to the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia’s board of directors, where he will be in engaged in providing pro bono litigation assistance. Fiebach concentrates his practice in business litigation at Cozen O’Connor’s Philadelphia office, and is chair of four of the firm’s practice groups.

 
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