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1960s
 

JOHN W. JEFFERS Lí64 has been elected assistant financial partner to the Management Committee of Weston Hurd Fallon Paisley & Howley, LLP. Jeffers practices pharmaceutical, hospital and medical malpractice law. He has served as a past chairman of both the Medical Malpractice Committee of the Ohio Association of Civil Trial Attorneys and the Common Pleas Court and Court of Appeals Committee of the Cleveland Bar Association.

PAUL J. BSCHORR Lí65 has joined the New Market Trial Practice Group of Reed Smith LLP, a leading international law firm. Bschorr specializes in general commercial litigation and arbitration, and is also involved in securities class and derivative actions. Earlier, Bschorr headed the team that prosecuted a claim under the New York Consumer Protection Act on behalf of a health insurer against the tobacco industry, which resulted in the first jury verdict against the tobacco industry on behalf of a third party payor. He is also a former chair of the Litigation Section of the American Bar Association and a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.

PAUL C. HEINTZ Lí65 has been appointed to the Board of Managers of the Philadelphia Foundation, the $240 million nonprofit charitable foundation in Southeast Pennsylvania. In addition, Heintz has been also reappointed to the Franklin Instituteís Board of Trustees. Heintz is a partner at Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel, LLP.

 
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