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Honored

On May 18, at the Irish Small Business-Big Impact 50 Awards, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is scheduled to celebrate the achievement of Irish-American entrepreneurs, including Goldberg, Miller & Rubin partner Matt Moroney.

The awards will be presented by the Irish American Business Chamber and network of Philadelphia and the Irish Echo newspaper.

Moroney co-chairs Goldberg Miller’s insurance and health care fraud litigation department. He counsels insurance carriers on multi-claim investigations involving health care providers located in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland.

Moroney and his team analyze complex data, including medical records and billing, on an individual and multi-claim basis to identify questionable patterns and to assess potential fraud.

He has litigated large-scale affirmative actions with fraud, Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act and declaratory judgment claims, which recouped millions of dollars for his clients.

Additions

Caphart Scatchard added Caroline N. Yount to the firm.

She is resident in the firm’s workers’ compensation department in its Mount Laurel, New Jersey, office.

Yount focuses her practice in the representation of employers, self-insured companies and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation defense matters.

Yount received her law degree from Rutgers Law School—Camden.

She is admitted to practice in New Jersey.

Elected and Appointed

Community Legal Services and Philadelphia Legal Assistance have elected two new members to their overlapping board of directors: Steve Lee, deputy general counsel for government investigations at Comcast, and CLS client and advocate Adrianne Gunter.

Founded in 1966, CLS is Philadelphia’s oldest and largest nonprofit law firm devoted to ensuring the access to justice for low-income people.

Philadelphia Legal Assistance has been Philadelphia’s federally funded civil legal services provider since 1996.

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Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young partner Michael Bonner was elected president of the Commercial Finance Association’s Philadelphia chapter.

The Commercial Finance Association Philadelphia chapter is the trade group for commercial finance companies, factors, banks and other financing agencies engaged in the asset-based financial services industry of Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey.

Bonner represents banks, commercial finance companies, hedge funds and other lenders in all aspects of commercial loan transactions.

He represents clients in multiple types of financing transactions including asset-based, cash flow, acquisition, second lien, real estate, construction, debtor-in-possession, exit and workouts.

Bonner also represents companies in general business and commercial matters, including borrower-side financings.

Speakers

Susan J. Smith, Robert Salzer, Montgomery County Judge Dan Clifford and Chester County Judge Allison Royer served on a panel during a “Things We Do Wrong in Custody Litigation—6 Keys to Trying Custody Cases” presentation at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute Family Law Institute in Philadelphia.