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Ian M. Comisky W’71, L’74 participated in the 20th Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime, held at Cambridge University, United Kingdom. Comisky also presented “Keeping Yourself and Your Clients Out of Jail: Representing Clients in the New Millennium” in collaboration with the IRS Criminal Investigation Division at the Montgomery County CPA Association Seminar. Finally, he spoke at the Florida Bar Continuing Education Committee seminar entitled “Expanding Florida Law for the Out-of-State Practitioner.” Comisky is a partner in the Tax & Fiduciary Department of Blank Rome LLP.
Paul G. Haaga, Jr. L’74, WG’74 was elected to a one-year term as chairman of the Investment Company Institute, the national trade association of the American investment company industry. He is executive vice president of the Los Angeles-based Capital Research and Management Co.
The Hon. Roderick McKelvie L’73 has left the Delaware district court bench to join the New York-based Fish & Neave, an intellectual property law firm. He is opening the firm’s office in Washington, D.C.
David E. Beavers L’75 was elected to a three-year term on Stradley Ronon’s board of directors. He has been with the firm since 1975, specializing in business law.
Charles F. Kalmbach L’75 has become senior vice president for Administration at Princeton University. After graduating from Penn Law, he was an assistant professor at the Wharton School for a year.
Andrea R. Kramer L’76 has been reelected to a two-year term as first vice president of Girl Scouts of Southeastern Pennsylvania’s board of directors. She is the Principal of the Law Offices of Andrea R. Kramer.
Jeffrey I. Pasek L’76 was the featured speaker at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Labor Law Symposium. His speech entitled “The Duty to Furnish Information under the National Labor Relations Act” focused on how employers should respond to information requests by labor unions. Pasek is chair of Cozen O’Connor’s Labor and Employment department.
Ronald A. White L’76 has joined the board of Commerce Bank Pennsylvania, a publicly-held bank in Philadelphia.
Kathryn H. Levering L’76 has been named chairwoman of the Litigation department at Drinker Biddle & Reath, Philadelphia. She will remain a senior partner in the Labor and Employment Practice Group.
Daniel B. Evans L’77 was elected Fellow to the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, a national association of lawyers with outstanding contributions to the trust and estate law in their communities. Additionally, he was elected to the council for the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
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