WolfBlock has announced that five of the firm's attorneys have been elected to partnership and one other attorney has joined the firm as a partner.
Three new partners in the firm's Philadelphia office are Nathan E. Kase, Laura E. Krabill and Peter T. Wakiyama.
New partners elected at the Roseland, NJ office are Matthew M. Collins and Mark E. Manigan. William K. Mosca Jr. has joined the Roseland office as a partner.
Mr. Kase is a member of the firm's Business Litigation Practice Group and concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial, intellectual property and trade secret litigation and antitrust law.
Ms. Krabill is a member of the firm's Business Litigation and Intellectual Property and Information Technology practice groups and focuses her practice in the areas of general commercial litigation, including securities fraud, patent infringement, contract disputes and corporate mismanagement.
Mr. Wakiyama is a member of WolfBlock's Intellectual Property and Information Technology Practice Group and concentrates his practice in computer law, with an emphasis on information technology development, licensing and transfer; technology outsourcing; e-commerce, and Internet related matters.
Mr. Collins is a member of the Business Litigation Practice Group and the Employment Services Practice Group. He has a broad civil litigation practice and has represented clients successfully in employment discrimination, business tort, contract, restrictive covenant, antitrust, consumer fraud and professional negligence lawsuits.
Mr. Manigan is a member of the Health Law Practice Group. He has a regional practice focused on the representation of healthcare industry participants on business and regulatory matters.
Mr. Mosca is a member of the Utility Regulation Practice Group and concentrates his practice in telecommunications and public utility relations.
WolfBlock also has announced the relocation of its Norristown, PA office to One West Main Street, Suite 500. The main phone number remains the same at (610) 272-5555.
Celebrating its first century as a part of Philadelphia's legal landscape, WolfBlock has announced it will give a total of more than $100,000 to several charitable organizations.
The organizations selected include: Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America, which will receive $25,000 for its continued efforts to improve the lives of children across the nation; the Philadelphia Bar Foundation, which provides legal services for those who cannot afford them, will receive $50,000, and $10,000 will be given to Cerebral Palsy of New Jersey. Other organizations selected receiving $5,000 or less are SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now); Kids in Distressed Situations (K.I.D.S.); Food for the Poor; Cure Autism Now (CAN); Children's Village; The Joshua Kahan Fund in New Jersey for its work in leukemia research, and Foundations, a national organization that provides pre-school and post-school enrichment activities for children.