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Karla X. Villatoro de Friedman joined Meyer, Unkovic & Scott LLP as an associate in the real estate and lending department. Villatoro de Friedman focuses her practice on public finance and all matters involving commercial real estate.
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Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney P.C. shareholder Thomas S. Giotto has been recognized by the Pennsylvania Diversity Council. Giotto received the council’s Leadership Excellence in Law award. Giotto is chair of the firm's labor and employment section and concentrates his entire practice on representing management in many aspects of labor, employment and employment-related litigation.
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Angela C. McCoy was named director of ERP sales for the enterprise resource planning solutions group at Grossman Yanak & Ford LLP.
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Jesse J. McLean Jr. joined Pressley Ridge as Western Pennsylvania executive director.
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Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney P.C. shareholder Wendelynne J. Newton has been recognized by the Pennsylvania Diversity Council. Newton received the council’s Most Powerful and Influential Women award. Newton serves on the executive management team of the firm, the first woman to hold that position. She also chairs the firm’s antitrust and trade regulation practice group.
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Henderson Brothers Inc. hired Norah M. O’Neil as an account analyst, commercial lines department.
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Henderson Brothers Inc. hired Maxwell Rickard as an account analyst, commercial lines department.
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Henderson Brothers Inc. hired Dylan Trombetta as an account analyst, benefits department.

MANUFACTURING

Allegheny Technologies Inc. named Elizabeth C. Powers senior vice president, chief human resources officer.

ACCOUNTING

Angela C. McCoy was named director of ERP sales for the enterprise resource planning solutions group at Grossman Yanak & Ford LLP.

LEGAL

Karla X. Villatoro de Friedman joined Meyer, Unkovic & Scott LLP as an associate in the real estate and lending department. Villatoro de Friedman focuses her practice on public finance and all matters involving commercial real estate.

The Pittsburgh office of Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC added as associates: Peter J. Horne in the litigation division, where he concentrates his practice in insurance, construction and employment-related matters; and Michael P. Pest in the financial services litigation practice group.

NONPROFITS

Jesse J. McLean Jr. joined Pressley Ridge as Western Pennsylvania executive director.

OTHER

Henderson Brothers Inc. hired Dylan Trombetta as an account analyst, benefits department. Both Norah M. O’Neil and Maxwell Rickard were hired as accounts analysts, commercial lines department.

Mark Nave joined HM Insurance Group as senior vice president, strategy and marketing.

AWARDS

Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney P.C. shareholders Thomas S. Giotto and Wendelynne J. Newton have been recognized by the Pennsylvania Diversity Council. Giotto received the council’s Leadership Excellence in Law award and Newton received the council’s Most Powerful and Influential Women award. Newton serves on the executive management team of the firm, the first woman to hold that position. She also chairs the firm’s antitrust and trade regulation practice group. Giotto is chair of the firm’s labor and employment section and concentrates his entire practice on representing management in many aspects of labor, employment and employment-related litigation.

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