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Announcement The Superior Court Prothonotary’s Officewill be closed Monday, Dec. 24. All filings due on that date will be accepted as timely on Wednesday, Dec. 26.   New Associate Maria Renee McKinney has joined Blank Romeas an associate in the real estate group, and will be based in the firm’s Philadelphia office. McKinney joins Blank Rome from Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz, where she served as an associate, concentrating her practice in commercial real estate financing, asset-secured lending, commercial property sales and acquisitions and commercial leasing. She also represents individuals and corporations on single-site and multi-site real estate transactions and counsels clients on general corporate matters. McKinney received her law degree from Vanderbilt University Law School and her Bachelor of Arts degree from Princeton University.   Elected and Appointed Gary A. Deutsch , senior vice president and assistant general counsel for Sovereign Bank, was elected to the board of directors of the Support Center for Child Advocates, Philadelphia’s lawyer-volunteer program for abused and neglected children.   David D. Wasson IIIhas been selected as chief deputy court administrator of the First Judicial District of Pennsylvaniaeffective Jan. 7. Wasson brings with him experience as deputy court administrator of the Trial Division �Criminal of the Court of Common Pleas. Previously, Wasson served eight years in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. His background also includes the private practice of law and management positions in the private business sector. Wesson is a major in the Judge Advocate General Corps of the U.S. Army Reserves with varying supervisory and administrative responsibilities. He is a graduate of Temple University Law School and Eastern University’s Master of Business Administration program.   Honored Blank Rome’s Adam E. Laver has recently been recognized by three prominent Jewish civic and charitable organizations for his commitment to the Jewish community and his outstanding business and community leadership skills. Laver was one of eight people honored as a “Light of Tomorrow” by the Jewish Business Networkat its 10th annual Lights of Tomorrow celebration, where he was recognized for his community leadership and involvement. He also received the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia’s 2007 Rosaline and Myer Feinstein Award. He was also named vice chancellor of the Louis D. Brandeis Law Society. Laver concentrates his practice in the areas of zoning and land use, real estate, and development and construction. �

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