Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote added Jessica L. Altobelli as an associate to its Pittsburgh office.
She joins the Medicare compliance practice group.
Before joining Dickie McCamey, Altobelli worked as an in-house attorney at a local Medicare compliance firm where she drafted set-aside agreements.
Altobelli received her law degree from Duquesne University School of Law.
Caroline Keating McGlynn joined the Warrington office of Fox Rothschild as an associate in the firm’s litigation department.
McGlynn is a litigator with experience in trials, investigations, policy and strategy management acquired during a 14-year career as a prosecutor.
She previously served as chief of both the gun violence task force and violence crime strategies unit in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.
Andrew Stein joined Lamb McErlane as an associate.
He concentrates his practice in the areas of health law and business law, with a primary focus on licensed medical and dental professionals, medical and dental practices, and other health care entities.
He has experience handling complex business transactions, including mergers, acquisitions and asset purchases.
Prior to joining the firm, Stein worked for a New Jersey-based firm where he prepared and negotiated commercial agreements for corporate clients.
In addition, he litigated high-value commercial disputes between business entities and resolved matters utilizing various forms of alternative dispute resolution.
Greenberg Traurig continued the growth of its intellectual property and technology practice with Jonathan Wise joining the firm as of counsel in its Philadelphia office.
Wise previously served as associate general counsel at Teva Pharmaceuticals where he was a member of the IP litigation team for the past eight years.
At Teva, Wise worked with outside counsel on the company’s patent litigation strategy for dozens of U.S. pharmaceutical patent cases.
He also managed teams of lawyers overseeing Teva’s U.S. generic patent cases and conducted internal trainings on patent litigation and the U.S. discovery process in the United States, Europe and Israel.
The Philadelphia Bar Association is set to honor Kay Kyungsun Yu as the 2018 recipient of the Justice Sonia Sotomayor Diversity Award, which recognizes and honors her commitment and contributions to diversity and inclusion in the legal profession in Philadelphia.
The award is scheduled to be presented at the association’s spring reception at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Yu joined Pepper Hamilton as a partner at a time when 3 percent of Pepper Hamilton’s partners were of a minority background.
She was the first Asian-American to serve as the chairperson of the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations.
Yu is now a member of Ahmad Zaffarese.
McNees Wallace & Nurick’s Kelley E. Kaufman is set to speak at Empower, the Northeast Pennsylvania Women’s Leadership Conference on Thursday at the Mohegan Sun Pocono in Wilkes-Barre.
Kaufman’s session focuses on the importance of re-evaluating and strengthening employers’ efforts to addressing workplace harassment in the wake of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.