Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel added Jennifer Iseman as a partner to the firm’s family law group. Iseman practices in the firm’s Cherry Hill, New Jersey, office. Iseman focuses her practice in divorce, support and custody litigation. She negotiates financial-based matrimonial settlements as well as child custody and parenting time agreements. Iseman handles all aspects and stages of matrimonial litigation, including trials, emergent applications, plenary hearings, custody trials, domestic violence hearings, pre and post-judgment applications, ­motions, early settlement panels, economic mediations, settlement conferences, case management conferences and uncontested hearings. She also handles complex matrimonial matters, which involve the engagement of a variety of experts, including forensic accountants, employability experts, real estate appraisers and custody evaluators.

Elected and Appointed

Shareholder Kelly Dobbs Bunting of Greenberg Traurig was appointed vice chair, employer, of the American Bar Association’s section of labor and ­employment law’s Revenue and Partnership Development Committee. Bunting is set to serve a one-year term. In addition to her latest appointment, Bunting is active in the ABA’s section of labor and employment law’s International Labor and Employment Law Committee and the section of international law’s International Employment Law Committee. Co-chair of the firm’s labor and ­employment practice’s workforce compliance and regulatory enforcement group, Bunting litigates federal and state class and collective actions alleging wage-and-hour violations, misclassification, overtime, minimum wage and off-the-clock work. She also defends employers around the country in single plaintiff litigation involving gender, age, disability, race, national origin, religious and pregnancy discrimination, harassment and retaliation, ­whistleblower claims, theft of trade secrets, breach of duty, breach of employment agreements and restrictive covenants.


The Philadelphia Association of Defense Counsel is set to hold a luncheon program titled “Getting More for Attorneys: New Research and Tools on Negotiation” by Wharton School professor and award ­winning author Stuart Diamond beginning at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 17 at Maggiano’s ­restaurant on 1201 Filbert St. in Philadelphia. One ethics CLE credit is offered. The price to attend is $90, which ­includes lunch. For more information, call 844-744-5600.


Patricia Hamill, a partner at Conrad O’Brien, spoke on a panel at the 2017 ATIXA/SCOPE Joint National Conference in Philadelphia. Hamill spoke on a panel titled “How Not to Get Sued: Lessons Learned and Best Practices Gleaned From Title IX Respondent Litigation.” The panel discussed some of the most ­significant recent legal developments in Title IX lawsuits and best practices in Title IX student ­disciplinary proceedings from ­notice, to investigation, to hearing, to appeal. Hamill represents college students ­nationwide who are subjected to campus disciplinary proceedings or who have been suspended, expelled from or otherwise disciplined by their colleges following campus disciplinary hearings for alleged sexual misconduct or other alleged Student Code violations. In addition to her Title IX practice, Hamill is co-chair of the firm’s complex commercial litigation practice group.