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Announcement Glenn F. Hing , Robert J. Wilson, Michael E. Adlerand Thomas S. Chenghave formed a new law firm, Hing Wilson Adler & Cheng. Blair Kalish Adleris associated with the firm, and David B. Comroeis of counsel. The firm represents real estate developers, financial institutions and other entrepreneurial clients, focusing on real estate transactions, real estate litigation, complex commercial and construction litigation, bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, bankruptcy litigation, immigration, trusts and estates, and commercial and corporate law. The firm has a main office at 1608 Walnut St., Suite 300, Philadelphia. The firm can be reached at 215-568-0400, and it has a Chinatown location at 911 Arch St., Suite 201, which can be reached at 215-973-8199.   New Associate Virginia Escobar Neiswender has joined Blank Romeas an associate in its employment, benefits and labor group and will be based in the firm’s Philadelphia office. Prior to joining the firm, Neiswender served as an associate at Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, where she represented tax-exempt, privately held and publicly traded clients relating to ERISA and non-ERISA employee benefits matters. Neiswender also has served as a staff attorney for the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. of the federal government.   Elected and Appointed Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads attorney Tricia J. Saddwas named Star Volunteer for the year by the Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphiaat the organization’s annual members meeting held Jan. 29. Sadd, an SBN member, was recognized for giving her time and expertise to help SBN, a nonprofit network of local businesses and social entrepreneurs, develop a data management strategy, which she will help implement in the upcoming year.     Donald DiLoreto, William R. Hammand Scott W. Reidhave been elected to the board of directors for The Committee of Seventy. DiLoreto is the relationship manager in the tax-exempt advisory group of Wachovia Bankin Philadelphia with responsibilities for managing relationships with higher education institutions, nonprofit organizations and labor unions. Prior to assuming this position, he was responsible for managing government relations at Wachovia. Hamm is the senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary at Day & Zimmermann. He serves on the company’s executive committee and is responsible for its strategic planning, legal and government functions. Reid is an associate at Cozen O’Connor. He is a member of the firm’s general litigation practice group, where he focuses on product liability and complex tort litigation.     Nancy Winkelman, co-chairwoman of Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis‘ appellate practice group, has been appointed to serve as co-chairwoman of the Philadelphia Bar Association‘s professional responsibility committee. Winkelman concentrates her practice in federal and state appellate litigation. She has handled cases in a variety of substantive areas before numerous appellate courts, including presenting arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court. In 2004, she was selected as a fellow of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers, becoming the ninth lawyer and the first woman to be selected as a fellow from the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. In addition to chairing the firm’s appellate practice group, Winkelman chairs the hiring committee, co-chairs the firm’s pro bono committee and is the founder and executive director of the Bernard G. Segal Institute for Appellate Advocacy.   Christopher A. Iacono, a litigation associate with the firm of Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti,was selected to be a member of the board of directors for the Widener University School of Law Alumni Associationfor a term of two years. The board manages the affairs of the association, which promotes the interests of Widener’s law school and encourages active participation by its members. In addition, the association promotes a positive public perception of the legal profession and engages in general fundraising for the school. Iacono works in the firm’s Center City, Philadelphia office. �

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