The Chartwell Law Offices added liability defense attorney Rachel M. Rosenfeld to the firm’s Philadelphia office.
Rosenfeld focuses her practice on the representation of regional and national insurance companies as well as self-insured business entities. She has experience handling matters involving motor vehicle negligence, products liability, premises liability and construction litigation and will handle similar matters as an associate with the firm.
Prior to joining Chartwell Law, Rosenfeld was an associate at a large Philadelphia defense firm where she maintained a similar practice.
Renee H. Martin rejoined Dilworth Paxson’s health care practice group as of counsel in the firm’s Philadelphia office.
Martin’s practice focuses on the representation of mental health and substance abuse providers, hospitals, home health care agencies, continuing care retirement communities, skilled nursing facilities and other licensed facilities in matters involving Medicare and Medicaid regulatory compliance, licensure, survey and enforcement actions, reimbursement, and health care related transactions.
Tanisha Williams joined Ansa Assuncao as an associate in the firm’s Philadelphia office. Williams is barred in Pennsylvania and practices general civil litigation. She earned her Juris Doctor with a certificate in business law from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law.
Williams interned with the American Civil Liberties Union and a local construction litigation firm. She also worked at two local tax clinics and an expungement clinic, where she provided legal services to underserved populations.
Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young attorney Kristen Gibbons Feden served as a panelist at the Montgomery Bar Association’s Women in Law Committee CLE program Dec. 7 in Norristown.
Feden’s panel, “Managing Your Work and Life Balance Part II—How I can be a Judge/Lawyer and Still Have a Life?” discussed how to manage a legal career and other life demands such as family, children, outside activities, social life and hobbies.
Feden is a litigator with experience handling civil and criminal cases. She concentrates her litigation practice on employment discrimination cases, securities litigation and other complex commercial litigation. Through her practice, Feden conducts internal investigations for corporate, governmental and educational clients.
H. Jeffrey Brahin spoke at the 22nd Annual Pennsylvania Bar Institute Real Estate Institute on “Confessions of Judgment—The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.”
Brahin focuses his practice on commercial and real estate litigation, transactional real estate, corporate matters and general civil litigation. He represents numerous businesses, developers and landlords in matters involving covenants not to compete, trade secret litigation, commercial evictions, mechanic’s liens and contract disputes. He handles litigation throughout eastern and central Pennsylvania.
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