April 30, 2009
 |  An e-Newsbrief from the Philadelphia Bar Association  | 
Vol. 10, No. 34

YLD to Host Fourth Annual Comedy Night May 9

Tickets are still available for the YLD's Fourth Annual Comedy Night, Saturday, May 9 from 7 to 11:30 p.m. at The Franklin, 222 N. 20th St., featuring comedians Gerry Dee (left) and William Chiang. The event, which will include an open bar, hors d'oeuvres, a silent auction and a DJ. Tickets are $65 in advance and $80 at the door.

All proceeds benefit the Philadelphia Bar Foundation, which provides funding to approximately 30 local legal services organizations. For sponsorship information, please contact Brian Chacker at bchacker@gaychackermittin.net. To donate items to the silent auction, please contact Abbie DuFrayne at adufrayne@petrellilaw.com.

Click here to purchase tickets to this event.

Take Poll on Judges Standing for Retention

The Philadelphia Bar Association's Commission on Judicial Selection and Retention is currently conducting a poll regarding those judges who will be standing for retention election in November 2009.

Again this year, the Association is also conducting an interim poll relating to judges in the Court of Common Pleas in the fourth year of their terms and Municipal Court judges in the second year of their terms. All members of the bar in Philadelphia are urged to fill out the questionnaire. The poll will remain available until 5 p.m. Friday, May 8. Click here to take the poll now!

If you are unable to, or prefer not to complete the poll electronically, you may receive a copy of the poll through the mail by contacting Charles Klitsch, Esq., the Association's director of public and legal services at cklitsch@philabar.org or by calling Klitsch at (215) 238-6326. You must provide your name and Supreme Court identification number to receive the ballot.

The Association's Commission on Judicial Selection and Retention is also in the process of rating judges for the upcoming May primary. Click here for the most current list of recommended and not recommended candidates.

Bar Foundation Launches New Web Site

The Philadelphia Bar Foundation's new web site features a cleaner look, easier navigation and a simpler way to contribute to the organization, Foundation officials say.

Philabarfoundation.org, launched May 1, allows users to quickly obtain information about the Foundation and its mission, said Foundation President Amy Ginensky.

"The Foundation's primary goal is to support legal service organizations," said Ginensky. "As stewards of our justice system, lawyers understand the necessity of equal access to justice," added Foundation Deputy Director Lynne Brown. "With the new web site, it should be easier to access information about the Foundation and to contribute."

The site profiles Foundation donors and grantees, with direct links to grantees' web sites. Photographs of Foundation donors will also be highlighted on the site. Online donations can be made to the Philadelphia Bar Foundation. There is also information on how an attorney can donate directly to the grantees. Ginensky said that the web site makes it easier to make a donation in memory of an individual or in honor of an individual or an individual’s accomplishments.

Critically Thinking About Ethics in Elder Law April 30

Suzanne N. Pritchard and Michele Mathes will present the CLE program "Critically Thinking About Ethics in Elder Law" on Thursday, April 30.

The program begins at 1 p.m. in the 11th floor Conference Center of Bar Association headquarters, 1101 Market St. The program, sponsored by the Elder Law Committee, has been approved for 1 ethics CLE credit. Participants wishing to receive the CLE credit will be required to pay a fee of $25 for members of the Philadelphia Bar Association admitted for more than five years, and $20 for members of the Philadelphia Bar Association admitted for less than five years. If you wish to register in advance please visit pbi.org or call PBI Customer Service at 1-800-932-4637.

Lunch is available for $8 for those members who register in advance. Click here to purchase lunch for this program.

Business Development Seminar May 1

The Law Practice Management Division and the Training Resource Group will present "Rainmaking 101: Learn to Take Control of Your Career by Becoming Great at Business Development" on Friday, May 1.

In this workshop we will discuss the importance of learning how to generate new business and develop business. The workshop will focus on how you can start your journey to become a business development expert - a skill that will enable you to take control of your career.

This program will be held in the 11th floor Conference Center of Bar Association headquarters, 1101 Market St. Lunch is available for $8 for those members who register in advance. Click here to register.

Equitable Distribution CLE May 4

The Family Law Section will present the lunchtime CLE seminar "Avoiding Financial Mistakes in Equitable Distribution" on Monday, May 4.

Paul T. Murray, associate vice president, Investments, Certified Retirement Counselor, Rose, Quigley & Murray Group of Wachovia Securities, Quakertown will be the featured speaker. The course planners are Julia Swain and Elizabeth Warner. Murray will lead a discussion on the impact of the current financial crisis on various assets in the marital estate.

The program begins at 12 p.m. in the 11th floor Conference Center of Bar Association headquarters, 1101 Market St. The program has been approved for 1 substantive CLE credit. Participants wishing to receive the CLE credit will be required to pay a fee of $25 for members of the Philadelphia Bar Association admitted for more than five years, and $20 for members of the Philadelphia Bar Association admitted for less than five years. To register in advance please visit pbi.org or call PBI Customer Service at 1-800-932-4637.

Lunch is available for $8 for those members who register in advance. Click here to purchase lunch for this program.

Tax Aspects of Loan Workouts May 5

The first course offering in the Tax Section's 2009 Spring/Summer CLE series will address the tax consequences of debt restructuring, workouts and foreclosures for real estate transactions on Tuesday, May 5. It will include some practical structuring tips that would help mitigate the sometimes surprising tax results that occur in workout situations and a discussion of recent tax law changes offering relief from recognition of cancellation of debt income.

Panelists include Michael Hirschfeld, Wendi L. Kotzen and David G. Shapiro. Registration and lunch begin at 11:45 a.m. at The CLE Conference Center on the 10th floor of the Wanamaker Building, 13th and Market streets. Two substantive CLE credits are available. Click here for more information.

City Policy Committee on Mayor's 2010 Budget May 5

The City Policy Committee will discuss Mayor Nutter's 2010 recommended and contingency budgets and their projected impact on the criminal justice system at its Tuesday, May 5 meeting.

Philadelphia has the highest incarceration rate of the nation's 50 largest counties. More residents are in jail than at any time in the last three centuries. Nearly 60 percent of the people in prison have not been convicted; they are simply awaiting trial. Approximately 60 percent have been accused or convicted of nonviolent crimes. Panelists will discuss the impact of the proposed budgets on the criminal justice system.

Panelists for the program include Everett Gillison, deputy mayor for public safety; David Rudovsky, renowned civil rights and prison overcrowding attorney;
Louise Carpino, president of Local 810, AFSCME District Council 47, representing adult and juvenile probation officers; and Jane Shull, executive director, Philadelphia FIGHT; co-founder, Support Center for Prison Advocacy.

The meeting begins at 12 p.m. in the 10th floor Board Room of Bar Association headquarters, 1101 Market St. Lunch is available for $8 for those members who register in advance. Click here to RSVP for this program.

Judge Moss on Complex Litigation May 6

Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Sandra Mazer Moss will discuss the workings of the Complex Litigation Center as well as changes to the Arbitration Appeal program at the Wednesday, May 6 meeting of the Rules and Procedure Committee.

The meeting begins at 12 p.m. in the 11th floor Conference of Bar Association headquarters, 1101 Market St. Lunch is available for $8 for those members who register in advance. Click here to RSVP for this program.

Ginsburg Legal Writing Competition Entries Sought

Entries are now being accepted for the Philadelphia Bar Association's Seventh Annual Legal Writing Competition in honor of the Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Click here for the complete rules.

The co-chairs of the competition are Kathleen D. Wilkinson, partner at Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman and Dicker LLP and secretary of the Association and Diane Penneys Edelman, Assistant Dean for International Programs, Associate Professor of Legal Writing, Villanova University School of Law.

The Bar Association recognizes the importance of excellence in legal analysis and writing skills, and seeks to award a student enrolled in an American Bar Association-approved or provisionally approved Philadelphia-area law school for authoring a top-quality competition submission. This year the judges for the competition are Brandi J. Brice, City of Philadelphia Law Department; Professor Candace Mueller Centeno, Villanova University School of Law; Assistant Dean Arlene Rivera Finkelstein, University of Pennsylvania School of Law; Professor Sydney T. Howe-Barksdale, Widener University School of Law; Professor Ellie Margolis, Temple University Beasley School of Law; Professor Lisa T. McElroy, Drexel University Earle Mack School of Law; Linda D. Perkins, Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office; U.S. District Court Judge Gene E.K. Pratter; Professor Sheila Rodriguez, Rutgers University School of Law – Camden; Teresa F. Sachs, Post & Schell, P.C.; Professor David A. Sonenshein, Temple University Beasley School of Law; and Troy H. Wilson, Wilson & Wilson.

This competition is open to full- and part-time law students who are in their second or third year of study during the 2008-09 academic year at one of the following six institutions: Drexel University Earle Mack School of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Rutgers University School of Law - Camden, Temple University Beasley School of Law, Villanova University School of Law and Widener University School of Law (Delaware Campus). Part-time law students in their third or later year of study are also eligible. Students must be in good standing at their institutions. The submission may not have been published previously, although it may have been prepared in connection with a law school course or for a law journal. The submission also may not have been submitted for any other competition during the time when it is under consideration for this competition, until after the time when awards are announced. The submission must be the work of one author alone (joint submissions will not be considered), and the author must certify that the submission has been prepared without substantial editing from others. Candidates may submit a law review quality submission on any topic relating to rights, privileges and responsibilities under federal law. Entries must be received by Friday, May 8 at 4 p.m.

The author of the winning submission will receive a cash award of $2,500, the publication of the winning submission in The Philadelphia Lawyer, on the Bar Association’s web site and/or in an appropriate Bar Association publication. The winner will be invited to the Quarterly Meeting of the Bar Association in October 2009, at which time the award will be presented. Click here for the complete rules.

DA Candidates at Chancellor's Forum May 11

The Philadelphia Bar Association will co-sponsor a Chancellor's Forum for candidates seeking to become the city's next district attorney on Monday, May 11.

Democrats Brian Grady, Daniel McCaffery, Daniel McElhatton, Michael Turner and Seth Williams and Republican Michael Untermeyer have been invited to discuss and answer questions regarding the critical issues facing this city. Chancellor Sayde Ladov will be the moderator.

The forum will be held at 4 p.m. at The CLE Conference Center on the 10th floor of the Wanamaker Building, 13th and Market streets. The Chancellor's Forum is co-sponsored by the Criminal Justice Section and the Young Lawyers Division.

The candidates are seeking to replace District Attorney Lynne Abraham, who is not seeking re-election. Abraham has been district attorney since 1991. Attendees are encouraged to visit philadelphiabar.org to reserve a seat for the program.

Lawyers in Transition CLE May 13

The current economic slowdown has hit the legal profession hard. Attorneys have been laid off and firms have closed their doors. In an effort to assist attorneys who have been affected by the recession, the Law Practice Management Division and the Pennsylvania Bar Institute will present "Lawyers in Transition," a 2.5-credit CLE program designed to help struggling attorneys get back on their feet on Wednesday, May 13.

Job seekers will get advice about what steps to take to find a new position. Attorneys interested in forming their own practice will learn how to do so, how to market themselves and ethical considerations. This program will also provide an opportunity to network with other attorneys with whom you may want to practice or who are facing similar situations.

In furtherance of PBI's goal of assisting attorneys who find themselves in transition and are looking for work during these difficult times, PBI is offering this program at a substantially reduced fee. In addition to the reduced fee, those who cannot afford to pay for the seminar may attend at no cost. PBI will not require verification for this opportunity; you simply need to check the box appropriate to you when registering.

Panelists for this program include Daniel J. Siegel, president, Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC; Mary F. Platt, Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads, LLP; Ellen Freedman, Law Practice Management Coordinator, Pennsylvania Bar Association; Kenneth J. Hagreen, Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers of Pennsylvania, Inc.; Elizabeth Lloyd, Ajilon Legal; and Gina Furia Rubel, Furia Rubel Communications, Inc. The course planners are Siegel and Platt.

The program begins with "Suddenly Solo," a session discussing issues relating to how to set up your own law practice or to handle client matters while seeking new opportunities. Following a short break, "Looking for a Job" will examine using placement services, interviewing techniques, resumes, networking and dealing with stress. The program closes with "Marketing Yourself," with a discussion on getting clients, working with existing clients, ethical aspects of communicating with former clients. The program begins at 1 p.m. at The CLE Conference Center on the 10th floor of the Wanamaker Building, 13th and Market streets.

Because of the CLE rules, a portion of each of these sessions are not creditable. Credit will be provided for 30 minutes of ethics during each session. Click here to register for this event.

Any attorney whose contact information has changed in the last few months is urged to contact the Bar Association to update their information. Contact Andrea Morris at amorris@philabar.org.

30th Annual 5K Run/Walk May 17

Grab your running shoes and join your friends and colleagues on Sunday, May 17 for the Philadelphia Bar Association's 30th Annual 5K Run/Walk to benefit the Support Center for Child Advocates.

This year, bring your kids for the first Kids Dash. Co-register for the 30th Annual Blue Cross Broad Street Run and the Philadelphia Bar Association Run and receive a commemorative gift.

The race will be held on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive adjacent to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Registration begins at 7:15 a.m. For more information, visit charityrun2009.com or call 267-546-9200. To register, visit active.com.

Bar Night at the Phillies June 17

Join your colleagues and friends at Bar Association Night at the Phillies on Wednesday, June 17 as the World Series champion Phils take on the Toronto Blue Jays at Citizens Bank Park at 7:05 p.m. Tickets are $28 and can be ordered by clicking here.

Seating (subject to availability) with fellow Philadelphia Bar Association supporters will be located on the Field Level Outfield (Sections 145 - 148). There is a special $2 discount off the cost of these tickets. To order your tickets for this special event, click here and enter the promotion code BAR.

PhiLAWpalooza '09 at World Cafe Live July 16

Bands and solo musicians interested in performing at the YLD's third annual PhiLAWpalooza should contact Stephanie Mensing by May 1, 2009. Please include your band name, band members' names and firm affiliations, and web site/social networking site address (if any).

Epps to Receive O'Connor Award June 9

Temple University Beasley School of Law Dean JoAnne Epps will receive the Association's Sandra Day O'Connor Award and present the Judge A. Leon Higginbotham Jr. Memorial Public Interest Lecture at the Association's Quarterly Meeting and Luncheon on Tuesday, June 9. Until her appointment, Epps was a professor of law (1985-present) and associate dean for academic affairs (1989-2008). Before joining the Temple faculty in 1985, she was a deputy city attorney for the City of Los Angeles (1976-1980) and an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (1980-1985). Her primary teaching areas include criminal procedure, evidence and trial advocacy. On occasion, she will teach criminal law and interviewing, counseling and negotiation. Epps received her B.A. degree from Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. in 1973 and her J.D. degree from Yale Law School in 1976.

The O'Connor Award is conferred annually on a woman attorney who has demonstrated superior legal talent, achieved significant legal accomplishments and has furthered the advancement of women in both the profession and the community.

Tickets are $55 for members and $60 for nonmembers. Click here to purchase tickets to this event.

Public Interest Training Sessions, Events

Philadelphia VIP will present a new revised training program on how to handle a case in the Mortgage Foreclosure Diversion Project, the mandatory negotiation program run by the First Judicial District, on Wednesday, May 6 from 8:30 to 11 a.m. A session on mortgage foreclosure defense litigation will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with a lunch break. Two free CLE credits are available for the morning training and three CLE credits are available for the afternoon program, for five CLE credits total. Breakfast will be provided. Attendees have the option of attending the morning or afternoon session, or both sessions. The training/CLE is free if the attorney handles two pro bono mortgage foreclosure cases within six months of the training date. The program will be held at GlaxoSmithKline, 16th and Vine streets. Register at phillyvip@phillyvip.org or 215-523-9550.

Regional Housing Legal Services will celebrate its 35th anniversary at a Thursday, May 7 reception from 5:30 to 8 p.m., at the Independence Visitor Center. The event will feature heavy hors d'oeuvres, refreshments and awards. For ticket and sponsorship information, contact Phyllis Guillaume at pguillaume@rhls.org.

Community Legal Services will host its annual Breakfast of Champions event on Tuesday, May 12, at 8 a.m., at the Radisson Plaza-Warwick Hotel, 1701 Locust St. The keynote speaker at the event is the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Annette M. Rizzo. At the event, the 2009 Champion of Justice Awards will be presented to Leventhal Sutton & Gornstein and the Judge Rizzo; and the 2009 Equal Justice Awards will be presented to Michael Ruffin, a paralegal in CLS's Public Benefits Unit, and Suzanne J. Young, Supervising Attorney in CLS's Employment Unit. RSVP by May 1 to Laruen Kobylarz at 215-981-3792 or lkobylarz@clsphila.org. More information about the event is available at clsphila.org.

Equality Advocates Pennsylvania will host its 13th Anniversary Celebration on Wednesday, May 13 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1630 Latimer St. The event will feature a cocktail hour and silent auction from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., followed by a dinner buffet and program from 7:30 to 9 p.m., and will honor Stacey L. Sobel, former Equality Advocates Pennsylvania executive director; WolfBlock LLP, Large Firm Pro Bono Award Winner; Salmanson Goldshaw, P.C., Small Firm Pro Bono Award Winner; Natalie Hrubos, Sara Weaver Volunteer of the Year; and Kris Rust, Barbara Gittings Activist of the Year. RSVP is requested by May 11. Tickets are $125 per person. To purchase tickets visit equalitypa.org. For sponsorship information, please contact Executive Director, Lynn Zeitlin at 215-731-1447, ext. 11.

VIP Summer Pro Bono Program June 1-2

Philadelphia VIP invites area law firms and their summer law students to participate in its 14th annual Summer Pro Bono Program on June 1. VIP's Summer Pro Bono Program is geared specifically to law students at the inception of their careers to promote an ethic of service towards issues of poverty in Philadelphia.

This year's program will train law students in the preparation of life planning documents and enable them to participate in legal clinics throughout the city. Students will work with experienced attorneys and VIP staff to provide much needed legal services to low-income clients. VIP is partnering with the Legal Clinic for the Disabled and SeniorLAW Center for this program.

VIP's Summer Pro Bono Program will commence on Monday, June 1 with an Open House reception at VIP from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 2 will feature a morning of legal training at The CLE Conference Center and includes breakfast, a keynote presentation on ethics and a training session on life planning documents. The day will conclude with an interactive lunch with members of the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania to discuss the legal profession and the importance of pro bono service.

Summer law students will then have the opportunity to put their training into practice by serving clients at one of five legal clinics. This year's partnering organizations include Journey's Way, Casa Farnese, Inglis House and Turning Points for Children.

The PBI training seminar costs $50 and includes breakfast, lunch and training materials for the day. To register, please contact Andrew Keating at 215-523-9563 or akeating@phillyvip.org. The last date to register for the program is Monday, May 18.

Get Free Web Access with Legal Directory Online

Get more than 19,000 lawyer and law firm listings along with a plethora of other valuable information right on your desktop with The Legal Directory Online, which comes free with your purchase of The Legal Directory 2009. The Legal Directory Online is updated all year long.

You can now purchase your copy in person at Bar Association headquarters at 1101 Market St., 11th floor, for $79.95 plus tax.

The new edition of The Legal Directory, the most complete, up-to-date compilation of data on the Philadelphia-area legal community, is now available. It's easy to order: just go to thelegaldirectory.org.

The new Directory is jammed with must-have information including: • More than 19,000 attorney and law firm listings — including hundred of new entries — in Philadelphia and the surrounding Pennsylvania counties, southern New Jersey and northern Delaware;
• Detailed listings — with addresses, phone and fax numbers, and emails whenever possible — of federal, state and local courts, judges, government offices and officials;
• Local court fee schedules;
• A roster of law-related organizations, including officers, boards and staff;
• Bar Association bylaws, contacts and committees;
• Corporate counsel listings for major local firms;
• A special "Product, Service and Expert Testimony Guide" tailored to the legal community.

In these times, you need every tool to increase efficiency. You can wander the Internet looking for hard-to-find phone numbers, e-mails, government agency lawyers, lists of judges and court fees. Or you can turn to The Legal Directory, in print and online. If you save just five minutes a month using The Legal Directory, it's paid for itself!

Reminder: Our annual update has added hundreds of new lawyer and law firm entries and the most current information on local courts, law-related organizations, federal, state and county governments, judges, and more.

Order The Legal Directory 2009 today at thelegaldirectory.org. The cost is just $79.95, plus shipping/handling and sales tax.

Sections, Committees Plan Spring Receptions

• The Business Litigation Committee will hold its annual Commerce Court Reception on Thursday, May 28 at 6 p.m. at the Westin Philadelphia Hotel, 99 S. 17th St. Tickets are $80 per person or $750 for a group of 10 tickets. Admission includes beer, wine and light dinner. Click here to purchase tickets.

• The Workers' Compensation Section Annual Spring Reception will be held Wednesday, June 3 at 6 p.m. at Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant, 4120 Main St., Manayunk. Tickets are $45 per person and includes two drink tickets and heavy hors d'oeuvres. Click here for tickets.

• The Real Property Section Annual Spring Reception, co-hosted by the Young Lawyers Division will be held Thursday, June 4 at 5:30 p.m. at Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse, Penthouse Deck, 111 S. 17th St. Tickets are $20 for Real Property Section and YLD members and $25 for non-section members. Admission includes open bar and hors d'oeuvres. Click here for tickets.

• The Family Law Section Annual Spring Reception will be Wednesday, June 10 at 5:30 p.m. at Loews Philadelphia Hotel, 1200 Market St. Tickets are $50 for Family Law Section members, $45 for employees of the First Judicial District and $55 for non-Section members. Admission Includes one drink ticket and heavy hors d'oeuvres. Click here for tickets.

Reception for Federal Judiciary May 7

The Lawyers Club of Philadelphia will host a reception honoring the federal judiciary on Thursday, May 7 at The Four Seasons Hotel, One Logan Square.

The event begins at 5:45 p.m. The event is open to all members. Click here for more information.

Theodore Bikel Concert to Benefit Juvenile Law Center

Broadway and folk legend Theodore Bikel, a lifelong social justice advocate, will celebrate a rich career devoted to art and activism with a star-studded 85th birthday benefit concert for the Juvenile Law Center at Carnegie Hall on Monday, June 15.

Bikel, his wife, Tamara Brooks, and all those performing are donating their time and performance fees in support of Juvenile Law Center. Performers (to date) include: Alan Alda; David Amram; Beyond the Pale; Artie Butler; Patricia Conolly; Arlo Guthrie; Judy Kaye; David Krakauer; Serendipity 4 (Theodore Bikel, Tamara Brooks, Merina Kljuco and Shura Lipovsky); Tom Paxton; Noel Paul Stookey & Peter Yarrow; Susan Werner; and Michael Wex.

Tickets are on sale at the Carnegie Hall Box Office and can be purchased online by clicking here.

All proceeds will support Juvenile Law Center, a national 501(c)(3) charitable public interest law firm that advocates for youth in the child welfare (foster care) and juvenile justice systems. Juvenile Law Center has recently been featured by ABC News "20/20," The New York Times, and People magazine for representing youth in the Luzerne County, Pa., judges scandal, a juvenile court corruption case being addressed as one of the most egregious violations of children's rights in U.S. legal history. Please contact the Juvenile Law Center for information on sponsorship packages at (215) 625-0551. For more information on the event, visit jlc.org.

Komen Race for the Cure May 10

Participate in the Susan G. Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure® on Mothers Day, Sunday, May 10 and become part of the world's largest and most successful education and fund-raising event for breast cancer.

More than just another 5-K run/walk, the Race in Philadelphia is a Delaware Valley Mother's Day tradition for celebrating survivors, remembering loved ones, and making a true difference in turning the dream of the cure into reality.

Opening ceremonies begin at 7 a.m., and festivities for all ages continue throughout the morning. Whether you run, walk or are a "virtual" participant – you'll be empowering women everywhere, while empowering the Komen vision of a world without breast cancer. Click here for details and to register.

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