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Speakers

M. Kelly Tillery

, a senior partner and chairman of the intellectual property and e-commerce group of Leonard Tillery & Sciolla, served on the faculty of the fifth annual advanced ALI-ABA course for inside and outside counsel on Litigating Trademark, Domain Name and Unfair Competition Cases on April 22 and 23 at the Hotel Monaco in Chicago.

Randy J. Maniloff, chairman of the insurance coverage group at Christie Pabarue Mortensen & Young, recently participated in a panel discussion of the most significant insurance coverage decisions of 2003 at the Risk and Insurance Management Society’s annual conference and exhibition in San Diego. Maniloff also published “Additional Insured Endorsements: ISO’s Revisions – Adopting a Fault-Based Additional Insured Standard” in the May issue of FC&S Bulletins.

Honored

Bazelon Less & Feldman shareholder Jerrilyn Marston, also a lecturer in law in the department of legal studies, Whar-ton School of the University of Penn-sylvania, has won the school’s 2003-04 Whitney Award for excellence in undergraduate teaching for affiliated faculty for the third time in four years. Award winners, chosen based on student course evaluations, will be cited at the 2004 Wharton undergraduate commencement ceremony on May 17. Marston concentrates her practice in complex commercial litigation.

Blank Rome managing partner and CEO Fred Blume was presented with the 2004 Fox School of Business and Management Certificate of Honor by Temple University for his accomplishments in corporate law and his commitment to volunteerism at the Founder’s Dinner, an annual black-tie awards dinner celebrating distinguished alumni and friends, which took place at the Pennsylvania Convention Center on Saturday, April 17. As a corporate lawyer, Blume represents companies engaged in mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, and related matters.

The Pennsylvania Bar Association’s commission on women in the profession will present three awards during its 11th annual conference on May 12 at the Hershey Lodge and Convention Center. The awards will be presented at a noon luncheon, which will feature political commentator and strategist Mary Matalin as the keynote speaker.

Chief Judge Donetta Ambrose of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania will receive the annual Anne X. Alpern Award. Kerry A. Kearney, a partner in the Pittsburgh office of Reed Smith, will receive the Lynette Norton Award. The law firm of Woodcock Washburn will receive the Award for the Promotion of Women to Leadership Positions.

Seminars

The Department of Labor has published new Fair Labor Standards Act regulations, which will be effective 120 days after publication in the Federal Register. Wolf Block Schorr & Solis-Cohen will hold free seminars on this topic at the following locations and dates: May 7, the firm office, 250 Park Ave., New York, N.Y., 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.; May 12, the firm’s Brach Eichler office, 101 Eisenhower Parkway, Roseland, N.J., 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.; May 14, the firm’s 26th-floor offices, 1650 Arch St., Philadelphia, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.; May 17, the seventh floor boardroom, Continental Cooperative Services, 212 Locust St., Harrisburg, 10 a.m. to noon. To register, e-mail Rita Kelsall at [email protected] or telephone her at 215-977-2754.

Event

The American Academy of Adoption Attorneys convened for its 15th annual conference in Philadelphia on April 29 at the Sheraton Society Hill Hotel. The academy is a national nonprofit organization composed of attorneys, law professors and judges who specialize in adoption and related issues.

Correction

In an article published on the front page of The Legal Intelligencer on Monday, May 3, with the headline “Justices OK Refusal to Recuse in Druce Case,” Dauphin County District Attorney Ed Marsico’s surname was spelled incorrectly.

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