Leech Tishman, Rawle & Henderson Law Offices Add Partners

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Leech Tishman, Rawle & Henderson Law Offices Add Partners


Wesley Yang, a tax attorney and certified public accountant, joined Leech Tishman Fuscaldo & Lampl LLC as a partner. His 30 years' experience includes international tax and estate planning, corporate/commercial matters, nonprofit and health care tax issues, and the environmental and energy fields.

Michael D. Heintzman and Jeanne Welch Sopher joined Rawle & Henderson LLP as partners in the firm's Pittsburgh office. Heintzman has concentrated his 30-year practice in the defense of product liability, medical malpractice and toxic tort cases, the last 14 years of which were spent as a partner with Heintzman, Warren, Wise & Fornella P.C. Sopher concentrates her practice in medical professional liability, toxic tort and product liability.

Advertising, public relations

Fitting Group hired Logan Vandall as an account coordinator. Previously, he interned at the agency.

Judith Kelly + Associates LLC hired Lucas Orend as a communications associate subsequent to his internship there. Orend previously worked as a public relations/marketing intern for the 2005 Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta. Throughout college, he worked as a teller for ESB Bank.

Education

Judith Maher joined the office of institutional advancement at St. Vincent College as director of operations. She worked for a small, multifaceted urban law firm in Pittsburgh for the last 17 years.

Health care

The division of plastic surgery, department of surgery at Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh hired Dr. Kodi K. Azari as chief, division of hand surgery. He is an assistant professor of surgery at University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, where he is director of the hand surgery fellowship program in the division of plastic surgery and is the associate director of the plastic surgery residency program.

Nancy C. Foley was promoted to director of physical therapy at Allegheny Chesapeake's outpatient office in Edgewood Towne Center. She has been working at the company's office in Shadyside since 1997. She also serves as adjunct faculty at Chatham College.

Janice McSherry, an attorney at GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare, was promoted to vice president and associate general counsel, legal operations, at the company's North American headquarters near Pittsburgh. She joined the company's corporate law department in 1993. Previously, McSherry was in-house counsel for Pittsburgh Corning Corp. and was an associate in the intellectual property law firm Parmelee, Miller, Welsh & Kratz.

Robyn Federbusch joined the Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center of The Washington Hospital as a registered dietitian and group exercise supervisor. Previously, she provided nutritional counseling, education and intervention for patients and staff in hospitals and a nursing home, and served as a public health nutritionist for the Allegheny County Health Department. In addition, she worked as a personal trainer and aerobics instructor. She is certified in both personal training and kickboxing by the Aerobic and Fitness Association of America.

MED3OOO Inc. appointed Robert C. Gallo II executive vice president and general counsel. He previously provided outside legal counsel to the company for seven years. He practiced corporate law at a Pittsburgh firm.

The Centers for Rehab Services named Craig Maartmann-Moe director of its McCandless facility. A specialist in orthopedics and sports medicine, Maartmann-Moe provides services in a variety of areas, including strength and conditioning, spinal manipulation and fitness and rehabilitation. …

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