The American Bar Association's offices in Washington, D.C. The American Bar Association’s offices in Washington, D.C. Photo Credit: Diego M. Radzinschi

Speakers

Susan Maslow, vice chair of the American Bar Association business law section working group to draft human rights protections in supply contracts, participated as program chair and a panelist in a CLE program at the ABA business law spring meeting in Orlando titled “Protecting Human Rights in Supply Chains: Moving From Policy to Action.”

At Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, she concentrates her practice primarily in general corporate transactional work and finance documentation in the areas of business transactions, business law, private finance, real estate, contracts and nonprofit law.

Maslow assists entrepreneurial individuals and privately held companies in their efforts to structure and implement a variety of business transactions.

Elected and Appointed

Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin’s Carl N. Weiner and Steven H. Lupin were elected president and vice president respectively of the Montgomery Bar Foundation.

The Montgomery Bar Foundation is the charitable affiliate of the Montgomery Bar Association.

Weiner co-chairs the real estate group of Hamburg Rubin.

For over two decades, Weiner has handled an array of real estate law matters for Delaware Valley clients, ranging from zoning and land development to real estate financing and acquisition.

Lupin is the managing partner of Hamburg Rubin.

Lupin is a past president of the Montgomery Bar Association and is a past president of the Montgomery Bar Foundation where he is a life fellow.

He is experienced in almost every aspect of personal injury, business and commercial litigation.

Additions

Jennifer Donaldson joined Eastburn and Gray in the firm’s litigation and education and school law practice groups.

She will work out of the firm’s Doylestown office.

Donaldson has been representing school districts and their employees in all aspects of school law including special education matters for nearly 15 years.

She is additionally called upon to provide in-service trainings and presentations on a variety of school law topics and has presented CLEs at the annual school law conference at Lehigh University and the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Exceptional Children’s Conference.

She fields questions and counsels school administrators on various regulatory compliance issues and she also litigates matters where she represents school districts in special education administrative due process hearings.

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Employment attorneys Samuel J. Cordes, John E. Black and Nicholas A. Krakoff joined Rothman Gordon.

Cordes has tried more than 50 employment cases to verdicts.

Black devotes 95 percent of his practice to litigation discrimination.

Krakoff’s areas of practice include employment, labor, constitutional, unemployment compensation, discrimination civil rights, class actions, constitutional law, education law and Employee Retirement Income Security Act.