Dilworth Paxson’s Harold Cohen is the scheduled moderator of a Burlington County Bar Association CLE program titled “Chancery & Injunction Practice in NJ State & Federal Court” from 4 to 6:15 p.m. on May 15 at the DoubleTree Suites on 515 Fellowship Road in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.

The CLE offers 2.4 New Jersey CLE credits.

Note for Pennsylvania credits, you will have to add a credit fee of $13 to your registration and provide your Pennsylvania ID number.

For more information and to register, call 609-261-4542.


Martin Law partner Al Carlson is scheduled to speak to Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law students on Wednesday about mediations and settlements in workers’ compensation as a guest lecturer for one of Judge Todd Seelig’s classes.

Carlson is a partner of Martin Law and practices exclusively in the area of workers’ compensation law since 1992.

In addition to maintaining his caseload, Carlson is a frequent guest lecturer at Villanova law school in the area of Pennsylvania workers’ compensation.


Richard H. Friedman, retired environmental law partner at McNees Wallace & Nurick of Harrisburg, is set to be honored with the 2018 Pennsylvania Bar Association environmental and energy law section Lifetime Achievement Award during the section’s Environmental Law Forum, Wednesday and Thursday at the Hilton Harrisburg & Towers.

For more than 40 years, Friedman served the public and private sectors as an environmental law and litigation attorney.

His private practice focused on environmental compliance and permitting, complex transactions, the Clean Air Act, Superfund cost and recovery, brownfields and land use, environmental due diligence and environmental management issues.

In working with his clients, he advised, defended and counseled them with regard to federal, state and local environmental laws.

He also acted as group counsel at multiple state and federal Superfund actions in litigation.


Megan Coyle joined Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel.

Coyle is a scientific adviser with expertise in pharmaceuticals and biotechnology.

She provides technical support and scientific expertise and assists in conducting searches and reviews for due diligence, patentability and freedom to operate analyses, as well as preparation, filing and prosecution of patent applications.

Prior to joining Panitch Schwarze, Coyle was a post-doctoral researcher at the Perelman School of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania where she studied the role of immune pathways in the progression of metabolic disease.

During her graduate work at the University of Pennsylvania, she utilized genetic, molecular biology, and histochemical techniques to study the transcriptional regulation of immune pathways in adipose tissue.


Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young partner Mark Dorval volunteered at the Police Athletic League of Philadelphia’s 24 Math Challenge, an annual contest where school-age children grades 5-8 solve math problems in a fun and challenging competition on Feb. 28 and March 1.

Firm lawyers served as proctors for the event, which Stradley Ronon has sponsored for the past 15 years.

The event kept 200 girls and boys involved in a fun, safe and free learning-based activity under the guidance of their PAL officers.