Christopher Scott D’Angelo, a partner with Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads, served as co-director for the 2012 International Corporate Counsel College, which is organized and presented in Europe each year by the International Association of Defense Counsel.
This year, the ICCC was held in London with the title and theme of “Crisis Management — Anticipating the Future in the Global World.” The conference explored the legal and reputational challenges faced by multinational companies and how best to anticipate and address them.
Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young hosted a donation drive to benefit Philadelphia’s Animal Care and Control Team, the region’s largest animal care and control service provider.
Items including food, blankets and cleaning supplies were collected for ACCT’s homeless animals. The donation efforts were coordinated by Stradley Ronon associate Angela N. Velez.
Charles N. Sweet of Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams received the “President’s Award for Distinguished Career Achievement in School Law” by the Pennsylvania School Board Solicitors Association, part of the Pennsylvania School Boards Association.
Established in 2001, the award honors and recognizes someone who has contributed to Pennsylvania school law and the common good of Pennsylvania public schools.
Three associates joined Conrad O’Brien in the firm’s Philadelphia office.
• Andrew S. Console, a former summer associate for the firm, represents businesses and professionals in a broad range of matters involving complex commercial litigation.
• Andrew K. Garden represents businesses and professionals in a broad range of matters, including complex commercial litigation, construction litigation, creditors’ rights litigation and internal corporate investigations.
• Timothy M. Stengel represents businesses and professionals in a broad range of matters involving complex commercial litigation, as well as education litigation, receiverships, white-collar criminal defense and internal corporate investigations.
The Jenkins Law Library is set to close at 6 p.m. WednNovember 21esday and will be closed Thursday and FriNovember 22 and 23day for the Thanksgiving holiday.
The library will reopen November 26 and resume normal business hours of 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Wednesday hours are 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Visit www.jenkinslaw.org.
In the November 16 story published in The Legal titled “E-Discovery Profits: Drawing Blood From a Stone?” Jackson Lewis national e-discovery counsel Ralph Losey said, “I don’t think the law firm should be in the business of making money from clients for selling non-legal services. Law firms don’t have captive court reporter companies. I think the whole model of law firms running side businesses is flawed.”
In the Monday story published in The Legal titled “Phila. Bar Encounters Rare Choice in Chancellor’s Race,” chancellor-elect candidate Albert S. Dandridge III’s prostate cancer is completely gone. •