Business people at a presentation Clapping


Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin held a sports-themed jeans day in the firm’s Philadelphia headquarters and raised more than $500 to benefit the United Way. The event marked the conclusion of the law firm’s firmwide United Way annual giving campaign, which has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the United Way over the past several years.


Dawn M. Tancredi joined Zarwin Baum DeVito Kaplan Schaer Toddy’s business practice group as a shareholder.

Tancredi has been in practice for 17 years focusing on real estate development with an emphasis on ­zoning and land use including appellate representation.

She also has experience in complex real estate transactions as well as property tax appeals.

Prior to joining Zarwin Baum, Tancredi was a partner at Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel.

Tancredi also teaches a class on real estate in the Construction Management Program of Drexel University’s College of Engineering.


Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young partner Gregory D. DiMeglio served as a moderator at the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers 2017 white-collar practice seminar on Nov. 3 in Philadelphia.

DiMeglio moderated the panel, “SEC Enforcement in the Trump Era” that ­discussed U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement statistics, trends and key developments, including highlights in public company, investment adviser and broker-dealer enforcement, with an eye towards determining what, if anything, has changed and what has remained the same since President Donald Trump’s inauguration.

DiMeglio is chair of Stradley Ronon’s securities enforcement practice group.

Elected and Appointed

McNees Wallace & Nurick appointed Jennifer Will co-chair of its labor and ­employment practice group.

The McNees Wallace labor and ­employment practice group assists in developing a proactive, comprehensive ­approach to compliance, and to craft the policies, ­procedures, handbooks and training programs that will help avoid ­workplace issues.

She succeeds Brian Jackson as co-chair of the labor and employment group, joining Eric Athey in the role.

Will represents public and private ­sector employers exclusively, providing advice and counseling to management on a wide range of labor and employment law issues, including wage-and-hour compliance, collective bargaining, discrimination and harassment.

She frequently conducts training for clients on such topics as discriminatory ­harassment, union avoidance, employee discipline and hiring and firing techniques.


Tucker Arensberg elected Danielle L. Dietrich to shareholder.

Dietrich has a diverse practice, ­concentrating on business and commercial litigation and long-term care.

She represents clients in matters ­throughout Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio.

Dietrich handles public benefits, guardianships and collections work throughout the state of Pennsylvania for one of the country’s largest long-term care providers as well as for smaller chains.

Dietrich focuses a portion of her ­practice on assisting women-owned and small ­businesses with their legal needs.

She advises these clients on matters ­including WBE certification, dispute ­resolution, collections and other matters involved with a growing business. •