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The Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel held a free secure shredding event on June 23 as a community service.

In three hours the firm received and shredded 5,660 pounds of paper.


The Pennsylvania Bar Association presented awards that recognize outstanding leadership in the legal profession and extraordinary service and long-standing membership in the association.

Those honorees include:

• Robert B. White Jr., Law Offices of Robert B. White, Jr, 50-Year Member Award.

• Chester C. Corse Jr., Williamson, Friedberg & Jones, 50-Year Member Award.

• William A. Bevevino, Swanson Bevevino & Gilford, 50-Year Member Award.

• Bernard J. Hessley, Hessley Law Offices, 50-Year Member Award.

• Roger J. Ecker, Peacock Keller & Ecker, 50-Year Member Award.

• Duke George Jr., George & Joseph, 50-Year Member Award.

• Stuart J. Horner Jr., 50-Year Member Award.

• Retired York County Court of Common Pleas Judge John H. Chronister, 50-Year Member Award.

• Mark Woodbury III, Law Offices of Mark Woodbury, 50-Year Member Award.

Elected and Appointed

Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin’s Steven H. Lupin was named a senior fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America.

Lupin is the managing partner of Hamburg Rubin and was named by the Montgomery County Trial Lawyers as the 2012 James P. Fox Trial Lawyer of the Year.

He is experienced in almost every aspect of personal injury, business and commercial litigation. With regard to personal injury, he has represented clients in motor vehicle accidents (car, truck and motorcycle), medical malpractice and products cases.

In commercial litigation, he has rebuffed the challenge of the constitutionality of the Montgomery County Personal Property Tax Law and has been in the forefront of obtaining a reduction of the equivalent dwelling unit as established by the Montgomery County Sewer Authority.


Griesing Law moved to new offices to better serve clients and support its workforce.

Shifting a few blocks in Center City to 1880 John F. Kennedy Boulevard, Suite 1800 in Philadelphia, the firm aims to tailor its set up to embrace more freedom in an evolving technologically driven world.


Attention young lawyers.

Send in your questions for a new Q&A advice column for the Young Lawyers’ page in The Legal. A panel of experts from the law firm Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis will answer a few select questions in each monthly column, advising young lawyers about their career, professional ­development, office politics, business development, pro bono work, relationships with mentors and colleagues, and so on.

Mail your questions to krearick@alm.com.

If selected, questions will be published anonymously; your name and firm/business name will not be published.