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FEATURED BRIEFS

CHARLES J. BLOOM L’71 was a featured presenter at the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants “Forensic and Litigation Services Conference” held in December. Bloom presented a seminar entitled “Analysis and Litigation of Fraud.” He is a partner at Stevens & Lee in King of Prussia, Pa., where he concentrates his practice in complex corporate litigation. He also serves as a Township Commissioner for Lower Merion Township and is a member of the Main Line Art Center Board of Directors.

Steven Friedman

STEVEN L. FRIEDMAN L’71 was appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce to the Joint High Level Advisory Panel of the United States-Israel Science and Technology Commission. Friedman is a senior partner in the Litigation Department of Dilworth Paxson in Philadelphia. He is also a member of the Board of Governors and Executive Committee of the Republican Jewish Coalition.

Randy Holland

THE HONORABLE RANDY J. HOLLAND L’72 was selected as the recipient of the American Judicature Society’s Herbert Harley Award. The award is reserved for individuals who make outstanding efforts and contributions that substantially improve the administration of justice in their states. A former director of the American Judicature Society, Judge Holland serves as an Associate Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court. In addition to several law review articles, he has published three books on governance in Delaware.

DOUGLAS MCPHETERS L’72 is the founding President of Holotouch, Inc., a start-up company which develops “touchless” technology, such as a holographic keypad which floats in midair and can be operated without direct physical contact. In July, Holotouch licensed its technology to InfoPerks, which is planning to create “touchless” information kiosks to be used in New York City and Westchester County.

 
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