Elected and Appointed
Carla Marino was named a partner with Lamb McErlane.
Marino concentrates her practice in family law, focusing on pre/post nuptial planning and agreements, divorce, equitable distribution, custody, support for a spouse, property settlement and the financial and tax aspects related to domestic issues.
She also provides attorney services for the Women's Resource Center in Wayne and West Chester, Pa., and is an adjunct professor at Rosemont College.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania appointed C. Robert Keenan III to the Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners.
Keenan will serve a three-year term that is set to expire June 9, 2016.
The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners is responsible for recommending the admission of people to the practice of law in Pennsylvania.
The board consists of seven members of the bar of the state who serve regular terms of three years each.
Keenan is a shareholder with Davies, McFarland & Carroll.
He has represented employers, municipalities and insurers since 1979 in the workers' compensation and employment law arenas, and has been active in bar association and professional organizations.
Governor Tom Corbett appointed Robert G. Del Greco Jr. to a four-year term on the Judicial Conduct Board of Pennsylvania as a lawyer elector member.
Under the terms of the governor's appointment, Del Greco's service on this constitutionally-ordained board started July 2 and is set to run through July 2, 2017.
Del Greco is a shareholder with Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, where he concentrates his practice in the areas of criminal and civil defense.
In his 30-year career, he has represented a number of public officials, doctors, lawyers, professional athletes and coaches, authors and entertainers.
Matthew R. Lasek joined Meyer, Unkovic & Scott as an associate attorney.
Lasek joins the firm's real estate law department in Pittsburgh and will also work in the firm's construction law and litigation group and the corporate and business law group.
Attorney Jeff Lobach, along with his wife and two sons, set off June 22 for the Amazon basin of Peru, where they provided assistance to villagers living along the Tahuayo River.
In conjunction with Amazonia Expeditions, a small eco-tourism company, and a charitable organization called Angels of the Amazon, the Lobachs distributed collected clothing, medicines, dental supplies, fish hooks, reading glasses, needles and other necessities to villagers of the Tahuayo Lodge.
It is the sixth trip the Lobachs have made to work with these organizations.
Lobach is a partner at Barley Snyder and focuses his practice in the areas of business and real estate transactions, formation and governance of business and nonprofit entities, real estate development, financing, family-owned businesses and higher education.
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