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Business Gallery, Aug. 31, 2014

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Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC hired: William S. Carter, associate, employee benefits and executive compensation and tax practice groups.
Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC hired: William S. Carter, associate, employee benefits and executive compensation and tax practice groups.
Michael E. Dukes joined Cohen & Grigsby P.C.’s intellectual property group.
Michael E. Dukes joined Cohen & Grigsby P.C.’s intellectual property group.
Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC hired: George Jiang, associate, construction and litigation practice groups.
Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC hired: George Jiang, associate, construction and litigation practice groups.
Sisterson & Co. LLP promoted: Timothy J. Mantick, IT manager.
Sisterson & Co. LLP promoted: Timothy J. Mantick, IT manager.
Dr. Stanislav Nosik joined Allegheny Health Network as a general surgeon specializing in minimally invasive surgical procedures for the care of patients with colon and rectal disease. He is on staff at Allegheny General Hospital, Forbes Hospital and West Penn Hospital.
Dr. Stanislav Nosik joined Allegheny Health Network as a general surgeon specializing in minimally invasive surgical procedures for the care of patients with colon and rectal disease. He is on staff at Allegheny General Hospital, Forbes Hospital and West Penn Hospital.
Stephen Pellathy
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Stephen Pellathy
Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC hired: Jeffrey E. Robb, associate, hospitality practice group.
Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC hired: Jeffrey E. Robb, associate, hospitality practice group.
Sisterson & Co. LLP promoted: Megan E. Walsh, manager, consulting services practice.
Sisterson & Co. LLP promoted: Megan E. Walsh, manager, consulting services practice.

BANKING, FINANCE

Lisa Wamsley joined Washington Community Federal Credit Union as a finance specialist.

First Commonwealth Bank hired Robert Rein as vice president and business banking officer.

ACCOUNTING

Sisterson & Co. LLP promoted: Megan E. Walsh, manager, consulting services practice; Timothy J. Mantick, IT manager; Dana L. Allen and Megan E. Myszak, tax supervisors; Mary A. Trigo, assurance services supervisor; Lisa D. Ewing, senior associate, tax practice; and Brandon J. Valasek and Laura A. Wohar, senior associates, assurance services practice.

LEGAL

Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC hired: William S. Carter, associate, employee benefits and executive compensation and tax practice groups; George Jiang, associate, construction and litigation practice groups; and Jeffrey E. Robb, associate, hospitality practice group.

Brian C. Vertz, partner, Pollock Begg Komar Glasser & Vertz LLC, was named secretary of the Pennsylvania chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.

Robb Leonard Mulvihill LLP hired: Amy L. Vanderveen, Kiely A. Lewandowski and Mark J. Malone as associates.

Michael E. Dukes joined Cohen & Grigsby P.C.'s intellectual property group.

Michael K. Reer joined Babst Calland Clements and Zomnir P.C.'s energy and natural resources and environmental services groups.

Krista Kochosky joined The Lynch Law Group LLC's litigation and real estate practice groups.

EDUCATION

Stephen Pellathy was hired as an assistant principal at Hampton High School.

HEALTH CARE

Dr. Stanislav Nosik joined Allegheny Health Network as a general surgeon specializing in minimally invasive surgical procedures for the care of patients with colon and rectal disease. He is on staff at Allegheny General Hospital, Forbes Hospital and West Penn Hospital.

OTHER

Professional Service Industries Inc. hired Lori Huss as project scientist.

4CTechnologies appointed Justin Walton, technical consultant, 4CTechnologies; and Evan Miller, GIS associate, 4CGeoWorks.

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