Charles J. Meyer, a shareholder with Hofstein Weiner & Meyer, served as the course planner and moderator at a Pennsylvania Bar Institute seminar titled “Tax Consequences and Estate Issues in Divorce: Avoiding the Pitfalls.”
The program took place at the PBEC in Philadelphia.
Joining Meyer on the panel were Mark Ashton of Fox Rothschild; Mitchell Benson, CPA of Savran Benson; and Jennifer K. Roche of Heckscher, Teillon Terrill & Sager.
Nina B. Stryker of Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel is serving as the course planner and a lecturer for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute‘s program, “How to Prepare the Fiduciary Income and Decedent’s Final Lifetime Income Tax Returns.”
The program offers four CLE credits and is set for October 5 in Philadelphia and was hosted in Pittsburgh on September 19.
Stryker chairs Obermayer’s trusts and estates department.
Joshua D. Wolson, a partner in Dilworth Paxson‘s litigation department, presented a free webinar September 19 to the National Federation of Independent Business on the “Top Four Legal Issues Facing Small Businesses.”
Howard R. Flaxman, a partner in the Philadelphia office of Fox Rothschild, was honored with City of Hope‘s Spirit of Life Award at a reception presented by the Tri-State Labor and Management Council on September 20.
The reception served as a fundraiser for City of Hope, an independent biomedical research, treatment and education institution helping the fight to cure cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS and other life-threatening diseases.
The award is presented to philanthropists who exemplify City of Hope’s mission through their actions.
At Fox Rothschild, Flaxman plays a lead role in vetting the firm’s charitable contributions. He focuses his legal practice on labor and employment law and ERISA matters, with emphasis on the service, health care and hospitality industries.
Kerry A. May joined Rawle & Henderson‘s Philadelphia office as an associate.
May concentrates her practice on the defense of commercial motor vehicle companies and their insurers.