Woodcock Washburn is set to host a CLE seminar from noon to 1 p.m. October 28 at Woodcock Washburn’s offices at the Cira Centre in Philadelphia.

Ann T. Greeley of DecisionQuest will present on “Preparing Witnesses to Testify.”

Cost is $30. Pre-registration is required.

Email or call 215-564-5127 to register.


Daniel B. Lundy, an associate with Klasko, Rulon, Stock & Seltzer and a member of the firm’s EB-5 practice, presented a seminar titled “Employment-Based Immigration: EB-5 From Start to Finish,” a program sponsored by Pincus Professional Education in Florida.

Lundy provided an overview of the EB-5 program and addressed the requirements of each step in the process, leading to successful investments and permanent resident status for foreign nationals.

Lundy represents developers and others who seek to use foreign investment funds under the EB-5 program to fund their projects, either through the formation of a regional center or by joining with an existing regional center.


On October 2, Matthew Rubba, an attorney in Blank Rome‘s Philadelphia office, had his artwork displayed during the “Celebration of Lawyers in the Arts,” an exhibition showcasing the performing and visual talents of New Jersey lawyers.

The biannual event benefits New Jersey Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides free legal services to artists and arts organizations.

The Delaware Business Court Insideris seeking contributors to provide analysis and insight into recent Delaware Court of Chancery decisions, as well as litigation and issues currently of interest to the business law community.

Potential topics that would be appropriate include, but are not limited to, arbitration, books-and-records requests, breach of contract lawsuits, controlling stockholder litigation, derivative claims, discovery disputes in commercial litigation, corporate dissolution, breach of fiduciary duty lawsuits, intellectual property litigation, jurisdictional battles in corporate litigation, merger and acquisition lawsuits, special committee decisions, corporate governance, limited liability company litigation and limited partnership agreement litigation.

Examples of articles written for DBCI are available online at For more information, contact Ben Seal at


In a story titled “Proposed $2.5 Mil. Settlement Filed in Kids-for-Cash Scandal,” published in The Legal on Monday, it should have been reported that Robert K. Mericle was the developer who built the juvenile detention facilities owned by Robert Powell and used in the “kids-for-cash” scandal.