Mary-Jo Rebelo joined Burns White as an equity member in the firm’s Pittsburgh office.
Rebelo will focus her efforts on continued growth in the employment and business practice areas at the firm.
Rebelo has 30 years of experience representing manufacturers, distributors, retailers, property owners, business owners, physicians, physician practices, health systems and other medical service providers in a broad range of legal matters.
McNees Wallace & Nurick attorney Joseph Sileo is scheduled to present “Addressing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: The Time is Now” at the March business breakfast briefing from 8-9 a.m. on Friday at the Hilton Scranton & Conference Center.
Sileo is a practitioner in the labor and employment practice group.
He has exclusively represented both private and public employers in labor and employment matters since his admission to the Pennsylvania bar in 1993.
He regularly counsels and provides day-to-day advice and training to employers in all industries with respect to employment-related issues, including wage-and-hour compliance, work performance management, discipline, equal opportunity and fair employment practices, hiring practices and termination decisions, litigation avoidance, employee leave issues, retaliation, noncompete and separation agreements, unemployment compensation, and also in connection with collective bargaining administration and arbitration matters.
He also represents employers in connection with Occupational Safety and Health Administration and wage-and-hour matters.
Elected and Appointed
Eastburn and Gray’s Mark S. Cappuccio was reappointed solicitor of the board of supervisors and the planning commission of Lower Milford Township, Lehigh County.
Cappuccio has served in this capacity since 2009.
Established in 1853, Lower Milford Township is a second-class township located in the southwestern corner of Lehigh County.
Cappuccio is a shareholder at Eastburn and Gray in Pennsylvania, and is chair of the firm’s tax assessment appeals group.
He is a civil trial attorney with a background in tax assessment law, commercial litigation, real estate and zoning matters.
Timoney Knox partner Catherine M. Harper was chosen to serve a three-year term as a trustee of the Montgomery Bar Foundation, a charitable affiliate of the Montgomery Bar Association.
The Montgomery Bar Foundation works to provide financial and other assistance to private, nonprofit organizations in Montgomery County that offer free civil legal assistance to children who are victims of abuse and neglect; individuals struggling with poverty; unlawful discrimination and barriers to vital health and human services; seniors threatened with exploitation and abuse; and victims of domestic violence.
An attorney for more than 35 years, Harper has been a partner at Timoney Knox since 1997. She is also a member of the Pennsylvania General Assembly in the House of Representatives, serving eastern Montgomery County.