Shauna L. Quigley joined Williams Family Law as an associate.
Quigley is experienced in all matters surrounding family law: divorce, support, property distribution, child custody and protection from abuse.
She is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and is a member of the Bucks County, Montgomery County and Pennsylvania bar associations.
Before entering private practice, Quigley gained experience as a judicial law clerk for Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Eugene Maier.
Legal Aid of Southeastern PA’s new executive director, Shawn Boehringer, has dedicated his career to civil legal services in Maryland, Florida and Kentucky, but in joining LASP, he’s returning to his native Pennsylvania.
Since arriving at LASP July 19, he worked with departing, longtime executive director Elizabeth Wood Fritsch to ensure a smooth leadership transition.
Boehringer officially assumed leadership of LASP on Aug. 1.
LASP is a regional resource for low-income and vulnerable people that need civil legal services in Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties.
Since 2009, he has served as chief counsel for Maryland Legal Aid in Baltimore.
Elected and Appointed
Barley Snyder’s EmmaRose Boyle was named to board positions at two Berks County organizations.
Boyle, who is based out of Barley Snyder’s Reading office, took over as a member of the board of directors at Berks Community Television, the nonprofit corporation overseeing the live TV station dedicated to the Berks County community.
In August, she is set to take on a board of directors role at Pennsylvania’s Americana Region, an organization dedicated to promoting tourism and visitation throughout Berks County.
Boyle is a member of the firm’s business and personal planning practice groups and its food and agribusiness industry group.
The McNees Wallace & Nurick, Harrisburg University and Whitaker Center esports seminar is set to cover the possibility of esports betting in Pennsylvania, given a U.S. Supreme Court case legalizing sports gambling, from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m on Sept. 7 at the Whitaker Center.
The esports gambling panel is scheduled to consist of Doug Sherman of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, Bill Thomas of the Pennsylvania Esports Coalition, as well as McNees Wallace attorneys specialized in the topic.
These individuals will discuss the implications of esports betting in the state, how it would work and whether it has the potential to impact state revenues.
The panel will also discuss some of the concerns regarding the illegal esports betting market, including underage and compulsive gambling, and if these elements carry over in a regulated and legal esports betting industry.
Sherman serves as the chief counsel for the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, where he counsels and oversees a staff of attorneys in the provision of all legal advice and services to the board, the executive director and various administrative bureaus and units of the agency.
Thomas is chairman of the Pennsylvania Esports Coalition, a nonprofit 501(c)(6) organization created to advance the development, growth and integrity of esports in Pennsylvania through advocacy, education and promotion of the industry.
Registration for the esports seminar costs $99.
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