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Events

The Philadelphia Association of Defense Counsel is set to hold a luncheon ­program titled, “Pennsylvania’s New Medical Marijuana Law: The Legal Road Map for a Growing Industry” at 12:30 p.m. Jan. 17 at Estia Restauranton 1405 Locust St. in Philadelphia.

One CLE credit is offered.

The price to attend is $90 and includes lunch.

For more information, call 844-744-5600.

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Blank Rome hosted three book signings and cocktail receptions for Blank Rome of counsel Judge Nathaniel Jones, who previously served as the firm’s first chief officer for diversity and inclusion, in honor of the publication of his memoir “Answering the Call: An Autobiography of the Modern Struggle to End Racial Discrimination in America.”

The receptions were held in Blank Rome’s New York City office on Sept. 14, in the firm’s Philadelphia office on Nov. 30, and in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office on Dec. 1.

The book signing receptions were attended by numerous staff members, firm clients and federal and state judges (current and retired).

Additions

Julie A. Uebler joined Greenblatt, Pierce, Funt & Flores as a partner.

She has more than 20 years’ experience in a diverse array of employment matters.

Uebler’s practice is focused on all ­aspects of protecting and enforcing the legal rights of individuals in the workplace.

She advises individual employees, ­professionals and executives who are facing workplace disputes with a focus on ­protecting legal rights, maximizing ­opportunities and minimizing disruption to career goals.

Uebler also advises and negotiates on behalf of executives and professionals who are facing employment transitions, ­including leveraging the best employment terms at the start of an employment ­relationship, and protecting rights and ­entitlements when employment ends.

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Jay Goldstein rejoined Kleinbard LLC as of counsel in the business and finance department.

Goldstein returns to Kleinbard having previously served as a partner of the firm for 13 years.

In his new role at Kleinbard, he will serve as a strategic adviser and counselor to clients seeking experienced business judgment and legal analysis relating to real estate and finance matters.

He has 30 years of experience in ­banking, real estate and business law.

He served as president and CEO of Valley Green Bank for nine years.

Elected and Appointed

Schubert, Gallagher, Tyler & Mulcahey‘s Linda M. Hee became a shareholder of the firm.

Hee concentrates her practice in the area of guardianship for incapacitated adults, estate planning and administration, and is the lead attorney of the firm’s Norristown office.

She currently serves as counsel for Montgomery County Office of Aging and Adult Services and she has served as assistant counsel to Philadelphia Corporation for Aging.

Hee received her law degree from Temple University‘s Beasley School of Law.

 

Events

The Philadelphia Association of Defense Counsel is set to hold a luncheon ­program titled, “Pennsylvania’s New Medical Marijuana Law: The Legal Road Map for a Growing Industry” at 12:30 p.m. Jan. 17 at Estia Restauranton 1405 Locust St. in Philadelphia.

One CLE credit is offered.

The price to attend is $90 and includes lunch.

For more information, call 844-744-5600.

*****

Blank Rome hosted three book signings and cocktail receptions for Blank Rome of counsel Judge Nathaniel Jones, who previously served as the firm’s first chief officer for diversity and inclusion, in honor of the publication of his memoir “Answering the Call: An Autobiography of the Modern Struggle to End Racial Discrimination in America.”

The receptions were held in Blank Rome ‘s New York City office on Sept. 14, in the firm’s Philadelphia office on Nov. 30, and in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office on Dec. 1.

The book signing receptions were attended by numerous staff members, firm clients and federal and state judges (current and retired).

Additions

Julie A. Uebler joined Greenblatt, Pierce, Funt & Flores as a partner.

She has more than 20 years’ experience in a diverse array of employment matters.

Uebler’s practice is focused on all ­aspects of protecting and enforcing the legal rights of individuals in the workplace.

She advises individual employees, ­professionals and executives who are facing workplace disputes with a focus on ­protecting legal rights, maximizing ­opportunities and minimizing disruption to career goals.

Uebler also advises and negotiates on behalf of executives and professionals who are facing employment transitions, ­including leveraging the best employment terms at the start of an employment ­relationship, and protecting rights and ­entitlements when employment ends.

*****

Jay Goldstein rejoined Kleinbard LLC as of counsel in the business and finance department.

Goldstein returns to Kleinbard having previously served as a partner of the firm for 13 years.

In his new role at Kleinbard, he will serve as a strategic adviser and counselor to clients seeking experienced business judgment and legal analysis relating to real estate and finance matters.

He has 30 years of experience in ­banking, real estate and business law.

He served as president and CEO of Valley Green Bank for nine years.

Elected and Appointed

Schubert, Gallagher, Tyler & Mulcahey ‘s Linda M. Hee became a shareholder of the firm.

Hee concentrates her practice in the area of guardianship for incapacitated adults, estate planning and administration, and is the lead attorney of the firm’s Norristown office.

She currently serves as counsel for Montgomery County Office of Aging and Adult Services and she has served as assistant counsel to Philadelphia Corporation for Aging.

Hee received her law degree from Temple University‘s Beasley School of Law.