David N. Hofstein, a founding shareholder of the Philadelphia domestic relations firm of Hofstein Weiner & Meyer, moderated the panel on ethics in family law at the symposium in Louisville, Kentucky, sponsored by the Kentucky chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and the Louisville Bar Association’s family law section.
For more than 35 years, in addition to representing clients, Hofstein has been a lecturer and author on family law and ethics.
He was an adjunct lecturer in law at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law for more than 15
years, teaching courses on custody, equitable distribution and professional responsibility.
One Wednesday, Capehart Scatchard is set to host “Law Firm Policies for HIPAA and Related Privacy Laws” at noon in its Mount Laurel, New Jersey, office.
Capehart Scatchard attorney Denise L. Sanders is scheduled to present.
This presentation will provide information to lawyers regarding the HIPAA privacy, security and data breach regulations that apply to them as employees of a HIPAA business associate and the policies that implement compliance with those requirements.
It will also address the applicability of New Jersey and Pennsylvania state identity theft and data breach laws, Rules of Professional Conduct, and an overview of pertinent federal privacy regulatory schemes that are triggered by some law firm activities on behalf of clients.
Elected and Appointed
Jeffrey Spector was promoted to partner in the firm Spector Roseman & Kodroff.
Spector has experience prosecuting complex class actions, with a primary focus on antitrust litigation.
He has worked on cases involving products in a variety of industries, including the health care, construction, automotive, financial instrument and baby product markets.
Archer kicked off the law firm’s summer associate program on May 29 with the largest group of law students to participate in the annual program, the majority of whom are women.
This year’s summer class includes nine students from several different law schools.
Throughout the nine-week program, students begin to discover what practice areas they enjoy most and what aligns best with their strengths and interests.
Archer’s 2018 summer associate program includes:
• Adetola Ajayi, Temple University’s Beasley School of Law.
• Nikia Clark, Rutgers Law School.
• Jordan Laporta, Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law.
• Isabel Naveira, Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law.
• Dylan Newton, Rutgers Law School.
• David Smalls, Emory University School of Law.
• Nijgia Snapp, Rutgers Law School.
• Alexander Thompson, Rutgers Law School.
• Tyler Wicks, Seton Hall University School of Law.
Blank Rome was a community partner sponsor of the 2018 Eagles Autism Challenge that was dedicated to raising funds for innovative autism research and programs at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Drexel University, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health.
The Blank Rome team consisted of 13 attorneys and professional staff who fundraised for the 5K run/walk division of the challenge.