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Elected and Appointed

Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt attorney Tianna K. Kalogerakis was installed as president of the Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia Inc.

The installation ceremony was held at Philadelphia City Hall and presided over by the president judge of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.

Kalogerakis has been a member of the Barristers’ Association since 2013, previously holding positions as president-elect, vice president of administration, chair of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. annual memorial breakfast, corresponding secretary and Young Lawyers’ Division executive committee liaison.

She concentrates her practice on commercial litigation and business disputes such as breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and business torts.

The Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia, an affiliate of the National Bar Association, was established in 1950 to address the professional needs and development of black lawyers in Philadelphia.


Marc D. Jonas of Eastburn and Gray is set to serve as moderator and panelist at a CLE seminar at the Montgomery Bar Association on Sept. 20.

Titled “Real Estate: Land Use Settlement Agreements—Trouble in River City?”, the program will feature a discussion about land use settlement agreements.

Jonas is co-chair of Eastburn and Gray’s land use and zoning practice group.

He has experience in real estate, land use, municipal law and zoning matters, representing individuals, businesses, institutions, nonprofit organizations and municipalities.

In his career, Jonas has appeared as counsel in Pennsylvania state and federal courts in matters involving land use and real estate law.


Dilworth Paxson attorney James Eisenhower is set to serve as a panelist at the “Election Hacking, Ballot Security: Protecting Our Vote” CLE program at the Philadelphia Bar Association from noon to 2:15 p.m. on Oct. 2.

This session offers two CLE credits and will be held at the Philadelphia Bar Association’s office in the 11th floor conference center at 1101 Market St.

For more information and to register, contact 215-238-6300.

Eisenhower is a former federal prosecutor who centers his practice on white-collar criminal defense, internal investigations, compliance, ethics and campaign finance matters.

A two-time Democratic candidate for attorney general of Pennsylvania, Eisenhower also served in former President Bill Clinton’s White House on the National Security Council staff.

Eisenhower serves as a member of the faculty and is a professor of election law at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law.

His legal practice includes white-collar/government investigations.


James R. Glowacki joined Willig, Williams & Davidson.

Glowacki focuses his practice on labor law.

Before joining the firm, he focused his practice on a broad array of practice areas, including general civil litigation, contracts, wills and estates, real estate, land use, criminal defense and governmental law.

He holds a law degree from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law.

Glowacki also clerked at a law firm in Flemington, New Jersey, and worked as a court-appointed mediator of landlord/tenant disputes at the Philadelphia Housing Court.


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