MARY G. MARCH
March, who focuses on workers' compensation law, has joined Thomas, Thomas & Hafer LLP as an associate in Allentown.
March was previously a senior associate at a commercial litigation law firm and has been practicing law for more than 27 years.
March attended Temple University School of Law, where she was a member of Temple's Law Review and Trial Moot Court Honor Society. She is an active member of the Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and Chester County Bar Associations.
Cohen, Feeley, Altemose and Rambo has announced that Emil Giordano, former common pleas court judge in Northampton County, joined the firm as a partner May 1. He will focus his practice on personal injury, commercial litigation, wills, trusts and estates, and mediation and arbitration.
Giordano sat on the bench for 15 years, where he was the first and only judge in Pennsylvania to institute guardianship certification requirements for the protection of senior citizens. He was also Northampton County's first administrative judge of the Orphans Court Division, overseeing all the estates and trusts in the county. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court named Giordano to the statewide Orphans Court Rules Committee, the committee charged with implementing changes to Orphans Courts. Before becoming a judge, Giordano worked for years in private practice and as an assistant district attorney and public defender.
Giordano is a graduate of Bethlehem Catholic, Penn State and Moravian College and earned his law degree from Villanova Law School.
Conrad, a partner with White and Williams LLP and a resident in the Lehigh Valley, will begin a three-year term on the Pennsylvania Bar Association board of governors. Conrad will serve as an at-large governor representing the interests of female lawyers in Pennsylvania.
Conrad holds a bachelor's degree from Lycoming College, a master's degree from Penn State University and a Juris Doctor from Temple University School of Law.
JOHN. F. MALLOY
The Boy Scouts of America Minsi Trails Council honored John F. Malloy, chairman, president and CEO at Victaulic with the 2018 Distinguished Citizen Award during the Lehigh Valley Leadership Dinner. Malloy and Victaulic were recognized by area Scouts as well as business and community leaders for Victaulic's significant achievements and service to the Lehigh Valley community.
After briefly teaching economics at Hamilton College, Malloy began working for Air Products in 1981. Malloy then spent 19 years at United Technologies, where he was responsible for UTC Carrier's residential and commercial heating, ventilation and air conditioning operations in North America, eventually rising to president of North America for UTC's Carrier division.