Eric Meyer, a partner with Dilworth Paxson, spoke on “What’s New in Pennsylvania Employment Law?” on October 15 at the Society for Human Resource Management‘s Lehigh Valley Annual Conference.

On October 25, Dilworth Paxson hosted “Understanding the LEED process in planning for a green building,” a panel discussion addressing trends in “green building,” at the Dilworth Paxson Conference Center.

Elected and Appointed

The board of directors of the Reading Terminal Market Corp. elected Brent Cossrow of Fisher & Phillips to serve as its vice chairman.

Cossrow is a partner in the firm’s Philadelphia office.

The RTMC is a not-for-profit corporation created in 1994 for the purpose of managing the historic Reading Terminal Market.

Jeffrey A. Lutsky, managing partner of Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, was elected to serve as the secretary of the board of trustees of the University of the Arts.

As a result of the election, Lutsky is a member of the university’s executive committee in addition to his role on the board of trustees.

Lutsky oversees the firm’s more than 200 attorneys and seven offices.

John P. Kahn, an attorney with Archer & Greiner, was appointed to the board of trustees of the Camden County Bar Association.

Kahn is a member of the firm’s commercial litigation practice group. He concentrates his practice in the defense of civil-rights claims, class action litigation, health care fraud and abuse claims, and claims arising under employment and health care plans.

Matt Taylor, chairman of Duane Morris‘ international trial practice group, was named to the Irish Legal 100 list.

Taylor practices in the area of commercial litigation, handling matters in banking and securities law, RICO, corporate governance, commercial real estate, computer software and hardware, products liability and corporate directors and officers liability and indemnification.