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Fox Rothschild partner Sanford “Sandy” Mozes was recognized by HIAS Pennsylvania at its 2018 Golden Door Awards for his support of immigrants and refugees.

The annual Golden Door Awards highlight the critical work performed in service to these goals by individuals, firms and immigrants themselves.

Mozes, a child of Jewish refugees, was honored for the 35 years he has dedicated to HIAS Pennsylvania’s board.

He also devoted countless hours as a former director and officer of the national HIAS organization.


Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel’s David L. Ladov moderated a panel for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Family Law Institute session titled “Mirror Mirror … Predicting Equitable Distribution & Alimony Awards.”

Ladov is a partner and chair of the family law department at Obermayer Rebmann.

This panel addressed how practitioners should advise clients on how the assigned judge or master will divide the marital estate and award alimony after assets, liabilities and incomes are all quantified.

It also provided a summary on the factors that the Divorce Code provides for the court to consider, and helps attorneys determine which factors are most important under what circumstances, as well as variances across Pennsylvania.

Ladov is a partner and chair of the family law practice group where he concentrates his practice in all areas of domestic relations, including divorce, custody, child support, equitable distribution and abuse.


Matthew Whitehorn, chair of Dilworth Paxson’s employee benefits group, and Stephanie Searles Vogel, an associate in the employee benefits group, are set to present in the Penjerdel Employee Benefits and Compensation Association’s “2018 Retirement Boot Camp” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on May 17 at Deloitte’s 1700 Market St. office.

This program offers 5.5 general HRCI credits and 4.5 general; and one ethics Pennsylvania CLE credit.

For more information and to register, contact the PEBA association management team at

Whitehorn is a partner in the firm’s tax group, chair of the employee benefits group and chair of the pro bono committee, and was the 2016-17 chair of the IRS Advisory Committee on Tax Exempt and Government Entities.

Vogel represents individuals, small and large businesses, and tax-exempt entities in a broad range of tax areas, including tax planning, trusts and estates, employee benefits issues, as well as charity and foundation governance issues.

Elected and Appointed

Theresa E. Loscalzo was elected by the partners of Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis to the firm’s governing body, the executive committee.

Loscalzo is also co-managing partner of the firm and co-chair of Schnader Harrison’s e-commerce and technology practice group.

She is a member and former chair of the financial services litigation practice group and is a member of the higher education practice group and communications and media group.

Loscalzo has more than 30 years of experience in large and complex litigations, including merger and acquisition litigation, financial services litigation, securities litigation, including the defense of multidistrict cases and antitrust litigation, including prosecution of Robinson-Patman Act and Sherman Act claims.


Marcum LLP hosted its third annual Crime and Cocktails Reception on May 3 at the Pyramid Club.

White-collar crime practitioners from the Philadelphia region were in attendance for an evening of networking.