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W. DENNIS KEATING Lí68 was a Visiting Fellow during the fall semester of 2003 at the Department of Urban Studies at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. Keating is Professor of Urban Planning and Law, Chair of the Department of Urban Studies, and Associate Dean at the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University.

PHILIP B. SEATON W’65 L’68 has joined Blank Rome as a partner in the Commercial Litigation Group at the firm’s Cherry Hill, NJ office. Seaton concentrates his practice in commercial litigation, lender liability, and commercial real estate acquisitions, among other fields. He is a member of the Panel of Advanced Commercial Arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association and Masters of the Inns of Court.

James Winokur

JAMES L. WINOKUR C’66, L’69 recently published his second property casebook, J. Winokur, R. W. Freyermuth and J. Organ, Property and Lawyering (West Group). The casebook, and a property course taught by Winokur at the University of Denver College of Law, received the 2002 CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution’s Award for Problem Solving in the Law School Curriculum. Winokur is in his 33rd year on the faculty of the University of Denver College of Law.

Mitchell Bach

MITCHELL L. BACH W’68, L’71, a member in the Litigation Division of Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott in Pittsburgh, has been appointed Chair of the Committee on Business and Corporate Litigation of the American Bar Association’s Section of Business Law. Bach was one of the original co-chairs of the Business Litigation Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association, and played a key role in the development of the newly-established Commerce Case Management Program of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. Bach previously practiced in the Philadelphia office of Fineman & Bach.

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