-- Cohen & Grace LLC welcomed Edward C. Flynn as a partner in the firm's intellectual property litigation and general litigation practice.
-- Jamie Edwards joined the Pittsburgh office of McGuireWoods LLP as an associate in the complex commercial litigation department. Her focus will include commercial litigation and employment cases.
ADVERTISING, PUBLIC RELATIONS
-- Pipitone Group added Shari Holderman as an account supervisor in marketing and account services.
-- Barbara A. Raitano was hired as director of sales and marketing for St. Barnabas Health System.
-- The Marcellus Shale Coalition added Amber Benzon, director of government affairs, and Robert Petrilli, vice president of finance and administration.
-- Carl J. Rychcik, a partner and litigator with the Pittsburgh office of law firm Fox Rothschild LLP, was elected to the American Cancer Society's board of directors in Pittsburgh.
-- Rettew welcomed Ian M. Simms as a senior engineer in the transportation group in the company's Pittsburgh office.
-- Al Condeluci, chief executive officer of United Cerebral Palsy/Community Living and Support Services, received the Award for Public Policy from the North American Brain Injury Society.
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