Announcements

The following is a portion of a list of pro bono volunteers who assisted the Homeless Advocacy Project in 2012:

• Maria Adames

• Joseph Aguirre

• Allison Altman-Gross

• Rhonda Anderson

• Isabel Armstrong

• Ruben Asia

• Paul Bartolacci

• Brian Benjet

• Gabriel Bevilacqua

• Barry Boise

• Wendy Bookler

• Braden Borger

• Jennifer Brier

• Jennifer Brodheim

• Antonio Burrell

• Sandra Byrne

• Carolyn Capobianco

• Teresa Cavenagh

• Cheryl Chatburn

• Victoria Chen

• Matthew Chiachetti

• Tom Cialino

• Cigna Legal Volunteer Program

• Dina Cioffi

• Steven Cobb

• Erin Colleran

• Richard Conn

• Thalia Cosmos

• Joseph Crawford

• Francis Crowley

• Steven Cvongo

• Theveny Daniel

• Dave Darnevil

• Frank Dehel

• David Denenberg

• William Donohue

• Nadine Doolittle

• Claire Edwards

• Sean Fahey

• Elliott Feldman

• Stephen Feldman

• Ethan Fogel

• Austin Fredlich

• Merrick Friel

• Bob Gelsher

• Steven Gerber

• Kathrine Gibson

• Susan Gibson

• James Giles

• Rick Schlegel

• Gregory Schwab

• Jennifer Schwartz

• Jennifer Seme

• Mandana Shahvari

• Scott Shectman

• Madeline Sherry

• Stephanie Shreibman

• Jenny Shulbank

• Matthew Shusterman

• Andrew Siegal

• Matthew Silver

• Jesse Silverman

• Jeffrey Simcox

• Kerry Slade

• William A. Slaughter

• Darren Smith

• Terry Smith

• Nancy Smith

• Nicholas Solosky

• Laura Spain

• Ben Spang

• Jack Spangler

• Enid Stebbins

• Craig Steen

• Kevin Stepanuk

• Kathleen Stephenson

• Wayne R. Strasbaugh

• Joshua Strober

• Brian Sullivan

• Cassandra Summers

• Thadeus Suzenski

• Michael Swerling

• Lisa Swiatek

• Josh Talley

• Amy Tarr

• Kathleen Torbit

• Karen Toth

• Scott Towers

• Jeffrey Townsend

• Nikoleta Tzaferos

• Michael Vagnoni

• Catherine Vasudevan

• Kate Vasudevan

• Elizabeth Venditta

• Gabriel Vidoni

• Meryl Vincour

• Mariana Viss

• William Viss

• Mary Vitter

• Catherine Wagner

• Samuel Waltzer

• Thomas Watkinson

• Kimberly West

• Matthew Whitehorn

• Lisa Whiteley

• Jodi Wilenzik

• Nancy Williams

• Sally Williams

• Tishekia Williams

• Ashley L. Wilson

• Kia Wimmer

• Martin Wong

• Simon Yip

• Jennifer Zegal

• Geanne Zelkowitz

• Christine Zerweck

• Jennifer Ziznewski

• Brian Zuckerman

• Joshua Zugerman

• Scott Zuidema

The Delaware Business Court Insider is seeking contributors to provide analysis and insight into recent Delaware Court of Chancery decisions, as well as litigation and issues currently of interest to the business law community.

Potential topics include, but are not limited to, arbitration, books-and-records requests, breach of contract lawsuits, controlling stockholder litigation, derivative claims, discovery disputes in commercial litigation, corporate dissolution, breach of fiduciary duty lawsuits, intellectual property litigation, jurisdictional battles in corporate litigation, merger and acquisition lawsuits, special committee decisions, corporate governance, limited liability company litigation and limited partnership agreement litigation.

Examples of articles written for DBCI are available online at www.delbizcourt.com. For more information, contact Ben Seal at bseal@alm.com.

Gordon & Rees opened a Philadelphia office with the addition of eight new lateral partners who joined the firm from Cozen O’Connor.

William P. Shelley will serve as the Philadelphia office managing partner, joined by former Cozen O’Connor partners Joseph A. Arnold, Jacob C. Cohn, Ann Thornton Field, Sara Anderson Frey, C. Tyler Havey, James E. Robinson and Joshua Wall.

Speakers

Joseph M. Manko and Michael M. Meloy, partners with Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, are set to participate in the Delaware Valley Green Building Council‘s third annual PA/NJ Sustainability Symposium on Tuesday.

Meloy is scheduled to address "Natural Gas — Pa. Promised Land — Fact or Fiction/Marcellus: Boom or Bust" from 9 to 10 a.m. Manko will moderate a session on "Green Infrastructure — Rethinking Roads, Bridges and Waterways" from 11:20 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.

Peter R. Spirgel, managing shareholder at Flaster Greenberg, is set to co-present a webinar for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education titled "Successful Law Firm Management: Will Your Firm Survive Despite a Sluggish Economy?" from noon to 1:40 p.m. Thursday.

Elected and Appointed

The coordinating judge and the director of the Complex Litigation Center announced the appointment of two mass tort motion law clerks: Annette J. Ferrara and Sarah O. Schindler. •