Conrad O’Brien employees participated in the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation fundraiser “Race for Research” in Philadelphia.

The annual run/walk allows multiple myeloma patients, family members, friends and health professionals to join forces in the fight against cancer.

All proceeds raised by the Conrad O’Brien team went directly to multiple myeloma research initiatives.


Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young partner Joseph J. McHale is scheduled to participate in a panel discussion at the 2013 Developments in Pharmacy Law seminar Nov. 17 in Amelia Island, Fla.

The panel, “Pharmacy Malpractice,” will discuss the logistics of defending pharmacies and pharmacists in malpractice cases and conclude with a study of a successful malpractice defense of a pharmacy and pharmacist.

McHale, partner-in-charge of Stradley Ronon’s Malvern, Pa., office, is chair of the products liability and life sciences practice group.

Ballard Spahr partner Tobey M. Daluz is set to speak at Widener University School of Law‘s Professional Development Day.

She will discuss why having strong technical skills in today’s market is not necessarily enough to get the job and get promoted.

The presentation is set for 11 a.m. Oct. 29 at Widener University in Chester, Pa.

Michelle Lebovitz Lamar, a partner in Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott‘s Trenton, N.J., office, is set to serve as a panelist of the land-use ethics panel during theLand Use Institute CLE program Nov. 12.

The CLE is presented in cooperation with the New Jersey State Bar Association‘s land-use section and the New Jersey chapter of the American Planning Association.

The panel discussion will focus on issues related to land-use ethics and include attorney considerations and best practices regarding how to avoid potential conflicts of interest.

Lamar focuses her practice in the areas of land-use law, commercial law, commercial leasing, real estate and landlord-tenant law.

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