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New Member McNees Wallace & Nurick has announced that Shaun R. Eisenhauer has joined the firm as a member in the business counseling group. Eisenhauer has experience practicing in the areas of business and securities law, mergers and acquisitions, commercial transactions and real estate law. Speakers Laurence T. Bennett and Patrick W. Conner, associates in the Cherry Hill office of Weber Gallagher Simpson Stapleton Fires & Newby, recently presented a seminar titled Jury Instructions for General Liability Cases in New Jersey to claims representatives at Pennsylvania National Insurance Co. in Lawrenceville, N.J. Bennett and Conner concentrate their practices in the representation of insureds and self-insureds in defense of products liability, premises liability, construction, employment practices and negligence claims. Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads partner Lee W. Doty was a speaker at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s 10th annual Health Law Institute. Doty presented “Introduction to Health Law.” The presentation included an overview of Pennsylvania health care regulations, state and federal reimbursement laws, and compliance rules. Doty is vice chairwoman of the firm’s business department, chairwoman of the firm’s health law practice and co-chairwoman of the pharmaceutical practice. Elected and Appointed James C. Schwartzman, a principal of the Philadelphia law firm of Schwartzman & Associates, has been re-elected vice chairman of the board of directors of SEPTA. Marc A. Feller has been elected vice president of American ORT, an international nonprofit education and training organization, educating more than 300,000 students in more than 60 countries to help them pursue productive careers. A partner in the law firm of Dilworth Paxson, Feller chairs the law firm’s public finance practice group. He is president of the Philadelphia chapter of American ORT. Seminars The American Arbitration Association will present Arbitration of Intellectual Property and Licensing Disputes: Artful Drafting and Savvy Advocacy — A Winning Combination. This is a one-day comprehensive seminar designed to educate participants in the alternative dispute resolution process, from drafting effective arbitration clauses to confirming the award. The course will be held on Thursday April 1, at the DoubleTree Hotel, 237 S. Broad St., from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. This course has been approved for six and one-half hours of substantive law, practice and procedure continuing legal education credit. The cost is $200 for the full day and $125 for the half-day program. Lunch is included for all sessions. Contact Melissa Warren at 215-731-2285 for further information. Saul Ewing is sponsoring a National Institute for Trial Advocacy seminar on Deposition in a Civil Case for its new litigation associates as well as interested members of the bar. This seminar will be held on Thursday, April 1, from 1 to 5 p.m. at the firm’s offices, 38th floor, Centre Square West, 1500 Market St. The program will qualify for three substantive continuing legal education credits. The cost of this program is $225, or $75 per credit hour. Event The home of attorney Jeffrey T. Sultanik, a partner with the Montgomery County office of Fox Rothschild, will be one of three homes to be featured on Building Character, which is shown on the cable network HGTV. Sultanik’s 6,000-square-foot home in Worcester Township, Montgomery County, was originally a hand-hewn barn built in the 1850s that was moved from Allentown. Sultanik’s home piqued the interest of HGTV, which is scheduled to arrive in Montgomery County in early April for a two-day shoot.

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