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Attorney John C. Conti was elected to serve a two-year term as president and CEO of Dickie McCamey & Chilcote P.C., Pittsburgh's sixth largest law firm.

Conti specializes in representing health care providers, primarily in the defense of professional negligence lawsuits and related litigation. He has represented nearly every major local health care institution in his 30 years of practice.

Conti, also an adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, replaces James R. Miller, who remains with the firm. Dickie McCamey elects a new CEO every two years.

Re-elected to offices at the Downtown-based firm were W. Alan Torrance Jr. as marketing director, and Steven W. Zoffer as secretary and treasurer.

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