Ellen C. Brotman of Brotman Law participated in a panel at a Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board training for hearing committee members on June 7.
Brotman and her co-panelist, Raymond Wierciszewski, chief counsel for District II of the Office of Disciplinary Counsel, presented on the topic of “Aggravation and Mitigation in Attorney Discipline.”
Brotman’s practice focuses on the areas of criminal defense, appellate advocacy and professional responsibility and ethics.
Chartwell Law partner Robert J. Baker presented at the 17th annual Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry Workers’ Compensation Conference in Hershey.
Baker presented “Employment Law Interaction With Workers’ Compensation: A Case Study,” which focused on proper and effective administration of a workers’ compensation claim in the context of issues raised by the Americans with Disabilities Act, Family and Medical Leave Act, Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act and the Unemployment Compensation Law. Baker focuses his practice on the defense of general employment and workers’ compensation matters.
He represents employers in labor and employment matters, including PHRC/EEOC litigation.
Elected and Appointed
Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young attorney Joseph W. Catuzzi was elected to the board of directors executive committee of Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery and Delaware counties.
Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery and Delaware counties partners with local residents to help them build or improve their home.
Catuzzi focuses his practice on complex civil litigation, representing corporate and institutional clients in a range of business litigation matters.
His client representation includes researching and drafting legal memoranda and motions, interviewing witnesses, and attending conferences and hearings.
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius elected several attorneys to partnership effective Oct. 1. Those newly elected partners in the Philadelphia and Princeton, New Jersey, office include:
• Michael N. Baxter.
• A. Klair Fitzpatrick.
• August W. Heckman III.
• Tara S. Lawler.
• Ryan P. McCarthy.
• J. Kyle Poe.
Posternock Apell’s Matthew Litt, along with Dr. Doris Carpenter, Mo’Neke Ragsdale and Vida Neil of the Camden High School PTO were honored by Preservation New Jersey on June 7 at the 2018 New Jersey Historic Preservation Award Ceremony.
Litt and the members of the Parent-Teacher Organization received the NJ Historic Preservation Leadership Award in recognition of their efforts to prevent the demolition of Camden High School.
The award honors important contributions to the preservation of New Jersey’s historic and archaeological resources, and recognizes those who are dedicated to advancing preservation in New Jersey.
Litt represented the Camden Parent-Teacher Organization in a suit to prevent the demolition of the school. PINgroup061818