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Speakers R. Seth Williams of Zarwin Baum DeVito Kaplan Schaer Toddy was a guest on CN8′s Money Matters on Tuesday, March 9. Martha Stewart’s sentencing was the topic of discussion. Williams specializes in litigation, personal injury, nursing home abuse and neglect, and criminal law. Larry DeMarco addressed the National Center for Victims of Crime on Monday, March 8. During the Civil Justice for Victims of Crime program, DeMarco discussed the Pennsylvania statutes of limitations, negligent infliction of emotional distress, campus crime, and insurance benefits available to date rape victims. The center is a resource and advocacy organization dedicated to supporting crime victims and those who serve them. DeMarco is a partner in DeMarco & DeMarco in Philadelphia. He practices in civil remedies for domestic violence and sexual abuse, along with general negligence, workers’ compensation, social security and other areas of civil law. Denise M. Keyser, partner in the Voorhees, N.J. office of Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, recently assisted in the development of and was a speaker at a seminar titled Disability Discrimination, which was held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Edison, N.J. The New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education along with the New Jersey State Bar Association’s labor and employment law section sponsored the Jan. 10 event. Keyser is a partner in the litigation department and a member of the labor and employment group and the health care group. Her practice includes representation of management in all phases of labor and employment matters, including collective bargaining, arbitrations, OSHA, ERISA, wage and hour, employment-at-will, wrongful discharge, discrimination, management training and affirmative action. Elected and Appointed Mark C. Levy, a partner in the Philadelphia office of Saul Ewing, has been selected to the board of the Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program. Philadelphia VIP is dedicated to providing low-income individuals equal access to the legal system in civil matters by referring them to volunteer lawyers, paralegals and others who provide legal services free of charge. Levy is a member of the firm’s litigation practice group and practices general commercial litigation. He concentrates his practice in white-collar criminal defense and product liability defense. New Partner Anapol Schwartz Weiss Cohan Feldman & Smalley has announced that Daniel J. Siegel has become a partner. Seigel concentrates his practice in pharmaceutical, class action, mass torts, securities and other complex civil litigation. Seminars On Thursday, April 1, the American Law Institute-American Bar Association’s Video Law Review will present an Employee Benefits Law and Practice Update. This CLE, four-hour live satellite TV and Web cast seminar will explore the most current issues in employee benefits law and practice, including recently enacted legislation. For more information and to register, call 800-CLE-NEWS, visit www.ali-aba.org, or contact Susan L. Tomita at 215-243-1661. A panel of national experts will discuss Blue Whistleblowers: Professionalism, Retaliation and Remedies during a day-long conference at the Rutgers University School of Law at Camden from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, April 2. Co-sponsored by the American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey and the Journal of Law and Urban Policy at the Rutgers-Camden law school, this free conference will offer a candid discussion about law enforcement agencies and those who speak out against misconduct in the ranks. Ellen Green-Ceisler, director of integrity and accountability for the Philadelphia Police Department, will deliver the keynote address, “Police Culture.” Lunch will be provided. Continuing legal education credits are available for a $25 administrative fee. Advance registration is required. To register, visit at http://camlaw.rutgers.edu/acluconference. For more information, contact Jane Rhodes at [email protected] or 856-225-6658.

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