Business gallery: Nov. 20, 2012
Published: Tuesday, November 20, 2012, 12:01 a.m.
Updated: Friday, March 29, 2013
David P. Franklin joined Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC's corporate and business counseling practice as a member (partner) in the Pittsburgh office. Franklin handles matters including acquisitions, dispositions and mergers, joint ventures and strategic alliances, distribution agreements, outsourcing arrangements, internal reorganizations, employment issues and complex commercial contracts.
Robb Leonard Mulvihill LLP hired Jennifer L. Miller as an associate.
Medtech College appointed Mike Miller vice president of admissions.
Jewish Family & Children's Service hired: Brendan Coticchia, refugee employment specialist; Jackie Johns, donor/communications specialist; Devin Shuman, guardian caseworker; Bishnu Timsina, youth case worker-aide/interpreter; and Victoria Werderitch, refugee caseworker.
Aleem Gangjee, distinguished professor of medicinal chemistry and holder of the Van Kaam, C.S.Sp., Endowed Chair in Scholarly Excellence at Duquesne University, received the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Award in Drug Discovery and Development Interface.
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