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Stuart Rosen L’84 was appointed assistant vice president of Legal Affairs at the New York-based Broadcast Music, Inc.

Glenn D. Blumenfeld L’85 has joined Tactix Real Estate Advisors in Radnor, Pa. Tactix represents clients who are interested in leasing space. Blumenfeld had been with Dechert, a Philadelphia law firm.

Sheila E. Dow-Ford L’85, general counsel for the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency, acted as a deputy director of Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell’s Executive Transition Committee.

Terry Gillen L’85 Terry Gillen L’85, was named a Fannie Mae Foundation Fellow at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government Program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government. Recognized for her commitment to affordable housing, Gillen is COO of National Community Capital Association, a national network that provides financing, technical assistance and advocacy for community development. She was an Urban Health Initiatives Fellow for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Curtis L. Golkow W’85, L’88 has joined the Philadelphia office of Fox Rothschild O’Brien & Frankel as a partner in the Corporate Department.

Sheldon D. Pollack L’86 has published his book Refinancing America: The Republican Antitax Agenda. He is a Professor of Business Law at the University of Delaware.

Orin Snyder L’86 is a star, just like the celebrities he represents. The American Lawyer has named Snyder, a partner at Parcher, Hayes & Snyder in New York, one of its “45 under 45”. As a recipient, Snyder is considered one of “The Rising Stars of the Private Bar.” More than 600 nominees nationwide vied for the honor.

Snyder counts Julie Andrews, Mariah Carey, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, and Bob Dylan among his clientele. He has also represented the William Morris Agency, Home Box Office (HBO), Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Turner Broadcasting Corp.

Snyder began his career at New York-based Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison. He left the firm in 1989 to become an Assistant U.S. Attorney in New York. Three-and-a-half years later, at age 31, he was appointed chief of the narcotics division. He was one of the youngest prosecutors to ever hold that position. In 1994, Snyder joined Parcher & Hayes, a leading entertainment litigation firm, as an associate, and became a partner in 1996.

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