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Elected and Appointed

Christopher D. Scott joined the partnership of Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg in the tax department.

Scott’s practice centers on tax planning, general corporate matters, joint venture formations, estate planning and other business planning and dispute resolution.

He has represented corporate and individual clients, including financial institutions, in diverse commercial transactions, and represents clients in complex real estate financing transactions.

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Swartz Campbell managing partner Andrew Reilly was named a member of the Disciplinary Board of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

Prior to his appointment on the Disciplinary Board, Reilly served as a member of the Disciplinary Board hearing committee, adjudicating attorney discipline matters.

His practice focuses on civil litigation, municipal law and government relations.

Prior to joining Swartz Campbell, Reilly served as a law clerk to the former Pennsylvania Superior Court President Judge Stephen J. McEwen Jr.

Honored

Terry Mutchler of Mutchler Lyons was selected to receive the National Freedom of Information Coalition’s 50-State Hall of Fame Award.

Mutchler is a trial attorney and former award-winning journalist for The Associated Press appointed by Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell to create Pennsylvania’s Office of Open Records, enforcing the state’s Right to Know Law.

She created the nation’s first transparency law practice serving multinational corporations, pharmaceuticals, energy and media companies.

Additions

Ward Greenberg Heller & Reidy added Adam S. Mogill to its Philadelphia office as a new associate.

He will be representing businesses in the areas of products liability, construction defect, toxic tort and premises liability.

Mogill is a 2017 graduate of American University Washington College of Law.

In the past, Mogill was a legal intern with the Washington Redskins.

Most recently, he worked as a judicial law clerk to Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Michael E. Erdos.

Speakers

Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young attorney Kristin J. Jones served as a panelist at ILTACON’s educational conference on Aug. 21 in National Harbor, Maryland.

Jones’ panel, “Security Audits 2018: Keeping Up With the Questions!” discussed the latest trends in security audits and best practices and how to respond and track audits to keep up with consumer demands.

Jones has experience with health information privacy and security laws.

She is an International Association of Privacy Professionals-certified information privacy professional and can provide advice to clients regarding privacy and data protection laws, compliance with those laws and risk mitigation practices.

Jones advises clients in privacy and data security matters, working to protect clients before and after a cyber incident—from preparing privacy and security policies to swift guidance on responding to a data breach.

Announcements

Funeral service for Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads attorney Gregory Harvey is set for Oct. 20 at 11 am at Christ Church in Philadelphia.