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Harvey D. Rumeld L’80 has become chief employment counsel at WorldCom, Inc., in Washington, D.C.
David L. Cohen L’81, executive vice president of Comcast, served as general chairman of Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell’s transition team.
David E. Loder L’81 has been named a member of the Board of Philadelphia’s Wilma Theater. He is a partner at Duane Morris LLP.
Clifford Scott Meyer L’81 named partner at Montgomery McCracken, Walker & Rhoads, LLP in Philadelphia. He is a member of the firm’s Business department. He concentrates his practice on trusts and estates, tax, and nonprofit organizations.
Marie-Laure Ducamp-Weisberg L’82 was named general counsel for the European Headquarters of NextiraOne. She has provided legal services to a variety of multinational companies, including Chanel and CompleTel Europe N.V.
Arthur S. Gabinet L’82 has been appointed district administrator of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Philadelphia District Office. He is a partner in the litigation department at Dechert Price & Rhoads.
Linda Herman L’82 was appointed counsel at Bryan Cave Robinson Silverman in New York.
David Gitlin GL’82 a partner with Wolf Block Schorr and Solis-Cohen LLP, was named chair of the Corporate/Securities Practice Group. A member of the Pennsylvania, New York and Israel bars, he joined the firm in 1981 and has been a partner since 1989.
Andrew J. Rudolph C’78, L’82 (of Pepper Hamilton) and Lynn R. Axelroth L’83 (of Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll) were featured in the latest edition of The Best Lawyers of America.
Joseph P. Ditre C’80, L’83 has been named one of several “Consumer Health Advocates of the Year” by Families USA, a nonprofit organization dedicated to achieving affordable health care for all Americans. Ditre is executive director of Maine’s Consumers for Affordable Health Care. He founded the coalition of citizens’ groups, businesses, labor and religious organizations in 1988.
Tsiwen M. Law L’84, a trial attorney with Philadelphia’s Hwang & Associates, was featured in the “Minorities of Influence” supplement of the Legal Intelligencer. He is a founder and past president of the Asian American Bar Association of Delaware Valley (AABA/DV) and an adjunct instructor in the Asian- American studies program at the University of Pennsylvania.
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