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Saul Ewing LLP, a full-service national law firm, is proud to announce that the firm was shortlisted by Benchmark Litigation for “Firm of the Year” recognition in Pennsylvania for the fourth year in a row, and in Maryland and Massachusetts for the second year in a row. Benchmark Litigation’s 2023 US...

(PHILADELPHIA, January 4, 2023) - Saul Ewing LLP announced today that it has elected six attorneys to the firm’s partnership and promoted six attorneys to counsel, all effective January 1, 2023. The new partners are: Colleen Fox: Ms. Fox is a member of the Litigation Department, based in Princeton...

Saul Ewing LLP, a full-service national law firm, is proud to announce that Baltimore Office Managing Partner Jonathan Havens was honored as one of The Daily Record’s Power 100. The Power 100 List for 2022-2023 was selected by The Daily Record’s editorial team and showcases Maryland leaders who are...

Pamela S. Scott has been elected Chairperson of the Board of the New Castle County Chamber of Commerce, which aids business through networking, business growth training, referral groups, marketing opportunities, and more. As the policy-making branch of the Chamber, The Board of Directors approves...

Saul Ewing LLP announced today that it has elected partners Colleen A. Foley and Amy S. Kline to the Firm’s nine-member Executive Committee. Ms. Foley will serve a four-year term, effective immediately. Ms. Kline will serve a five-year term, beginning on January 21, 2023 upon the expiration of...

PHILADELPHIA (December 5, 2022) – Saul Ewing LLP announced today that Bruce D. Armon, partner in the Philadelphia office, and Jeffrey W. Letwin, partner in the Pittsburgh office, have been named to two of Governor-Elect Josh Shapiro’s seven Transition Advisory Committees. The Transition Advisory...

Firm Unveils New Tagline, “Inspired People. Inspiring Trust.™" PHILADELPHIA (November 14, 2022) – Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP announced today it has changed its name to Saul Ewing LLP, returning the firm to the moniker it used prior to its combination with Arnstein & Lehr in 2017. In conjunction...

Wake Up Call: Baker McKenzie Profits Go From Fat to Flat Saul Ewing named partner Jonathan Havens, who’s co-chair of its cannabis law and food, beverage and agriculture practices, to be managing partner of its Baltimore office. (Saul.com)

Saul Ewing appoints new managing partner of Baltimore office Saul Ewing LLP announced Thursday that partner Jonathan A. Havens was named managing partner of the firm’s Baltimore office. The managing partner functions as the office’s chief executive and is responsible for, among other things...

Law Firm Automation Will Survive the Pandemic Law firms' embrace of automation isn’t slowing down, despite ongoing adjustments and long-held concerns. While some have feared that more automation will mean less legal jobs, for others, the opposite is proving true.

The “Seal2go” app is meant to: help create a cohesive working environment where some lawyers are remote and boost tech innovation. Jason St. John, CEO of the firm, said he viewed “the app as a one-stop shop for not only networking and communicating with colleagues but also to keep track of events...

Law360 (June 27, 2022, 9:18 PM EDT) -- As the calendar flips to the second half of 2022, the National Labor Relations Board is poised to revisit issues including its bargaining order standards and the validity of so-called captive audience meetings, and a New York judge is mulling a landmark...

Diversity: Saul Ewing Shares How It Restructured to Remove Barriers and Avoid 'Group Think' "A commitment to diversity and inclusion not only improves the quality of our legal services, it helps our firm understand the values and interests of our clients," the firm said.

Amazon Challenges Vote to Unionize One of Its Warehouses The union's success at JFK8 "is indeed extremely significant," said Dan Altchek, an attorney with Saul Ewing in Baltimore and New York City. Of the approximately 8,000 employees at Staten Island's JFK8 Amazon warehouse who were eligible to...

Saul Ewing announced that partner Elizabeth U. Witmer has been appointed as the vice chair of the transactional department in the firm’s Chesterbrook office, effective Feb. 23. Witmer was formerly the real estate practice vice chair.

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