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ROGER M. ADELMAN L’66 has been elected a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. Fellowship in the College is extended by invitation only to experienced trial lawyers who have mastered the art of advocacy according to the high standards set by the College. Adelman specializes in civil trial practice at The Law Offices of Roger M. Adelman in Washington, D.C.
FRED BLUME L’66, Managing Partner and CEO of Blank Rome, will be a panelist at the 2003 Forum on Practice Group Management, which is the first-ever national leadership conference for law firms. Blume’s panel will discuss techniques for achieving the benefits of practice management. He is a Board Member of City Year, Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, and Temple University, among other organizations.
KENNETH M. DAVIDSON L’66 is the author of Megamergers: Corporate America’s Billion-Dollar Takeovers, which was originally published by Ballinger (HarperCollins) in 1985 and has recently been republished by Beard Books. The book describes the wave of large corporate mergers that began in the late 1970’s and early 80’s. Davidson is an attorney with the Federal Trade Commission.
WILLIAM A. MOGEL L’66 has co-authored The Energy Handbook (Lexis/Nexis), which features a 4,500-word glossary of a broad range of energy terms. The Energy Handbook is Mogel’s sixteenth energy-related publication. He currently practices at Dorsey & Whitney in Washington, D.C, where he is Of Counsel in the Environmental, Natural Resources and Energy Group.
WILLIAM V. STRAUSS L’67, president of Strauss & Troy, has been invited to join the Cincinnatus Association, one of Cincinnati’s oldest civic groups. Active membership in the group is limited to one hundred community leaders who explore issues of importance to the region and work to improve the quality of life in Greater Cincinnati.
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