Members of the Low-Income Energy Peer Exchange met in early November to discuss issues facing low-income energy consumers.
The peer exchange was hosted jointly by Community Legal Services and Pennsylvania Utility Law Project.
This year’s peer exchange was focused on developing a blueprint of issues and strategies for preserving and advancing affordable energy for low-income households.
Dion, Rosenau & Aaron relocated to 1800 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 1812, Philadelphia.
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Volpe and Koenig announced that Mighty Writers and the Twilight Wish Foundation are each set to receive grants through the firm’s seventh annual IPromise Charitable Giving Fund.
IPromise helps two qualifying Greater Philadelphia and Princeton, N.J., area nonprofit organizations continue their work by awarding them each a $20,000 grant.
Mighty Writers’ mission is to teach Philadelphia children to think and write with clarity so they can achieve success at school, at work and in life.
The Twilight Wish Foundation honors and acknowledges seniors through individual wish-granting celebrations.
Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young associate Brian P. Seaman participated in G Philly‘s “Six-Word Memoir Slam.”
Seaman focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, products liability and banking and commercial lending litigation.
Jennifer A. Brandt, a member of Cozen O’Connor‘s family law practice, is set to serve as a co-course planner and faculty member for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute‘s “Sophisticated Issues for Family Lawyers” seminar.
The seminar is scheduled for Tuesday in Mechanicsburg, Pa.; Friday in Pittsburgh; and Dec. 13 in Philadelphia.
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Jon Michael Dumont joined Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney as a shareholder in the firm’s Philadelphia office.
Dumont brought a team of three of counsel attorneys, as well as two associate attorneys.
Dumont defends transportation companies and their insurers. •