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Speakers Bradley D. Remick of the regional defense litigation law firm Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin recently spoke at the Defense Research Institute’s annual products liability conference in New Orleans on Obtaining and Preparing Expert Witnesses in Hand and Power Tool Litigation. Remick, a shareholder, is a supervising attorney in the firm’s products liability group and a firm liaison in products liability matters for associates throughout the firm. Steven W. Suflas, a partner in the labor and employment group at Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, spoke at two January events. On Jan. 19, Suflas moderated How to Handle Employment Law Cases, at the Wellesley Inn in Fairfield, N.J., to broaden attorneys’ knowledge of and scope of their practice. On Jan. 29, Suflas was a speaker for Making and Defending a Case of Discrimination: A Primer to Practicing Before the EEOC & DCR. This event was held at the Law Center in New Brunswick, N.J., to educate attorneys on such cases of discrimination. Suflas represents management in all phases of labor and employment matters. Participant John M. Younge, judge of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, was a recent participant in the When Justice Fails: Threats to the Independence of the Judiciary course sponsored by the National Judicial College in St. Petersburg, Fla. The course emphasizes the importance of maintaining an independent judiciary. Honored Morgan Lewis & Bockius has announced that Realcomm has named Ajay Raju, an associate in the firm’s real estate practice, one of the Top 30 People to Watch in 2004. Elected and Appointed Diana C. Liu, a partner in Wolf Block Schorr & Solis-Cohen‘s real estate practice group, has been elected a fellow of the American Bar Foundation. Liu’s practice concentrates in the acquisition and development of commercial real estate. Saul Ewing has announced that Robert H. Louis, a partner in the firm’s personal wealth, estates and trusts department in the Philadelphia office, has been elected a fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel. Louis is co-chairman of the firm’s estates department and a member of the business department. He concentrates his practice in employee benefits law, executive compensation, and tax and estate planning. Seminar For the second consecutive year, attorneys with Flaster Greenberg will present legal seminars for members of the building, construction and remodeling industries at the Builders League of South Jersey. The seminars will be held at BLSJ’s headquarters, 114 Haddontowne Court, in Cherry Hill, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. The monthly series begins with a seminar on Wednesday, March 24, when shareholder Peter R. Spirgel, managing partner in the firm’s Cherry Hill office, will discuss “The Importance of Carefully Drafted Shareholder/Partnership Agreements for the Privately Held Builder,” including buy-sell provisions, management and control issues, and employment terms. The cost to register, which includes a continental breakfast, is $25. For registration or further information, call the BLSJ at 856-616-8460. Events Temple University’s Beasley School of Law national trial team recently defended its Region III championship title during the annual National Trial Competition at the Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia. This was the school’s 16th consecutive regional win. Sponsored by Temple’s LLM in Trial Advocacy Alumni Association, the tournament was directed by John T. Drost, director of the LLM program. Presiding will be Judge Legrome D. Davis of the U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and former U.S. Attorney Michael Stiles. The American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania-Greater Philadelphia chapter will hold its annual meeting on Tuesday, March 16, at 7 p.m. at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Pepper Hall, Room 100. The event will feature J esselyn McCurdy, legislative counsel for the national ACLU, who will be delivering the keynote speech, “War on the Constitution: Ashcroft’s Assault on Civil Liberties and Civil Rights.” The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 215-592-1513, ext. 122.

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