Elected and Appointed

Clark Hill announced that two of the firm’s attorneys were selected for the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity’s signature professional leadership development programs, including Pittsburgh member Jacques L. Moye Sr., who was selected as a 2019 fellow.

The LCLD Fellows Program is a training program composed of high-potential attorneys from diverse backgrounds that sets them on the path to leadership at their individual firms.

Moye is a member of the firm’s general corporate/mergers and acquisitions practice group. His practice is focused on mergers and acquisitions, general corporate and other transactional matters.


Allen I. Tullar, an attorney with Gross McGinley, was appointed to the advisory board for the Salvation Army, Lehigh Valley.

Tullar joins his fellow board members in overseeing large-scale capital campaigns, creating outreach services, public relations and fundraising, management and personnel development, and building improvement and maintenance.

The Salvation Army provides social services to the Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton and Penn Argyl regions, including food drives, adoption and foster care, senior programs and emergency housing.

Tullar serves as chair of Gross McGinley’s divorce and family law group, regularly counseling individuals in divorce, custody and child support matters.

In addition to his position with the Salvation Army, Tullar also serves on the advisory board for the Sanctuary at Haafsville and on the board of directors for Grace Montessori School.


KBG Injury Law attorney Evan Kline co-presented at this year’s American Bar Association TECHSHOW in Chicago, marking his second time co-presenting at the conference and expo.

The ABA TECHSHOW is designed to educate lawyers and legal professionals on the most useful and practical technologies available.

Kline’s two sessions were titled “Tame the (Data) Chaos with Your Mac” and “Mac Mastery: Top Mac Workflows Used by Real Attorneys.”

Kline first presented at the ABA TECHSHOW in 2017.

Kline has more than 20 years of experience representing injured clients.


Thomas, Thomas & Hafer announced the hiring of Stephanie A. Walczak.

Walczak will be working out of the firm’s Allentown office.

Walczak will focus her practice on workers’ compensation defense.

In her legal career, she has experience with litigation, having represented both plaintiffs and defendants in civil cases, including attendance at settlement conferences, case management hearings, oral argument, depositions and trial.