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Speakers Cary L. Flitter of Lundy Flitter Beldecos & Berger was a featured speaker at a meeting of the National Association of Consumer Advocates in Kansas City. Flitter spoke on developments in Fair Debt Collection Practices Act class actions. Flitter represents clients in matters involving unfair competition, distributorship disputes, employment disputes, non-competition agreements, commercial fraud and varied complex business litigation. He also litigates individual and class action suits involving consumer fraud and trade practices and concentrates primarily in federal court litigation. On Wednesday, March 24, Jonathan Wetchler, partner in Wolf Block Schorr & Solis-Cohen’s employment services practice group, will present “Selecting and Terminating Employees in Pennsylvania” at a National Business Institute seminar in Philadelphia. Elected and Appointed The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has announced that Min S. Suh, partner in the business immigration practice group of Reed Smith, has been appointed to the disciplinary board of the Supreme Court. The 16-member board is independently funded through an annual assessment of attorneys. It is composed of 14 attorneys and two non-lawyers from across the state and meets regularly to review and decide cases, policy and board administrative matters. Suh’s practice concentrates in business immigration law and involves counseling employers in connection with employment of international recruits on a temporary or permanent basis. Honored Richard Rosenblatt, a partner in the labor and employment practice group at Morgan Lewis & Bockius, has been honored by NJBiz, a New Jersey business community weekly, as one of its “40 Under 40″ for 2004 in the March 1 edition. As reported by NJBiz, this honor is given annually to 40 men and women across the business community who establish a record of solid achievement and who have improved their fields and their communities “at a stage in life when many people are still finding a niche.” Seminar On Wednesday, April 21, the American Law Institute-American Bar Association’s Video Law Review will present a Health Plans, HIPAA and COBRA Update. This CLE, 4-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. Events Cozen O’Connor member H. Robert Fiebach, who heads the firm’s professional liability practice, will serve as course planner for Litigating the Legal Malpractice Case, sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. The course is being offered in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh in April. The course, presented from both the plaintiff’s and defendant’s perspectives, is designed for attorneys litigating legal malpractice cases, as well as lawyers seeking to prevent legal malpractice claims. Fisher & Zucker, a Philadelphia-based franchise boutique firm, participated in the International Franchise Association’s 44th annual convention held March 6-9 at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Lane Fisher moderated a panel on “Reducing the Learning Curve for Growing Franchisors.” F. Joseph Dunn and JoyAnn Kenny facilitated a roundtable on “Using an Earnings Claim Properly and Effectively” and “Developing and Managing a Franchise Sales Compliance Program,” respectively. Corrections In the case Kanter v. Epstein and Spector Gadon & Rosen on the front page of Friday’s Legal, the PICS number was inadvertently omitted. The correct number is 04-0366. The PICS number was also omitted in the case of Thompson v. Janetta in the “Most Wanted Opinions” section on page 10 in yesterday’s Legal. The correct number is 04-0267.

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