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January 27, 2015
The Metropolitan Philadelphia chapter of the Legal Marketing Association , a nonprofit professional association, has announced the following officers for 2015:    Jessica Sharp , cofounder and principal of Maven Communications, president; Andrew Laver , business-development manager at McCarter & English L.L.P., immediate past president; Damien Enderle , chief marketing officer at Saul Ewing L.L.P., president-elect; Elizabeth Catterall , public relations/communications...
BUSINESS
January 25, 2015 | By Paul Nussbaum, Inquirer Staff Writer
Three wall-size video schedule boards for Regional Rail passengers in Suburban Station are the centerpiece of a $7 million deal between SEPTA and Verizon. SEPTA unveiled the schedule boards and a new Verizon retail store in the station Friday. SEPTA will receive $4.55 million over three years in the advertising deal, with two three-year options that could bring the nine-year total to $15.6 million, SEPTA spokesman Andrew Busch said. In addition, SEPTA's advertising agency, Titan Outdoor L.L.C., will receive $2.45 million from Verizon for the first three years, and $8.40 million over the nine-year span.
BUSINESS
January 21, 2015 | By Bob Fernandez, Inquirer Staff Writer
Developer Bart Blatstein said Monday that he is withdrawing his appeal of the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board's decision in November to license a rival casino application in South Philadelphia, saying an appeal could take too long and there has been "significant" interest in his North Broad Street property. The gaming board rejected Blatstein's proposed Provence casino complex at Broad and Callowhill Streets, the former location of The Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News, and two other casino proposals, Market8 and Casino Revolution.
NEWS
January 17, 2015 | By Susan Snyder, Inquirer Staff Writer
Pennsylvania State University's board of trustees will debate Friday whether to join a lawsuit against the NCAA, which sanctioned the university in the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal, a board member said Thursday. In the midst of a heated exchange over procedures for calling special meetings, trustee Richard Dandrea said the board would spend time - probably quite a lot of time - discussing and then voting on a resolution that would have the university oppose the NCAA in the lawsuit filed by State Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman (R., Centre)
NEWS
January 16, 2015 | By Michaelle Bond, Inquirer Staff Writer
The former solicitor of the Coatesville Area School District will be sued over alleged overbilling of the district, joining the former superintendent and former athletic director as a target of litigation. The Coatesville school board voted Tuesday to sue James Ellison; his former law firm, Rhoads & Sinon; and the law firm he formed, Susquehanna Legal Group, to recover money that board members say is owed the district. A Chester County grand jury report released last month accused Ellison and his law firms of overbilling the district.
BUSINESS
January 16, 2015 | By Andrew Maykuth, Inquirer Staff Writer
The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities staff has reached a settlement approving Exelon Corp.'s $6.8 billion merger with Pepco Holdings Inc., the parent company of Atlantic City Electric (ACE). The settlement, which requires the approval of the BPU, would provide $62 million in bill credits for ACE customers, a $15 million energy-efficiency program, and commitments to improve the utility's reliability performance to levels that exceed current BPU requirements. Exelon would also maintain ACE's operational headquarters in Mays Landing and match for 10 years the utility's 2013 level of $709,000 in charitable contributions and community support.
SPORTS
January 6, 2015 | By Mike Jensen, Inquirer Columnist
At this point, opponents have to know how it's going to be. A Temple shot goes up - maybe a corner three, even a fastbreak layup - and one Owls player must be accounted for. It may not matter. "I hope - I feel like that should be in the scouting report," Jaylen Bond said Sunday in a hallway of the Liacouras Center. "That they do their best to try and box me out. " Bond suffered a sprained ankle just before the season began, which probably kept people from seeing exactly what Temple had in the transfer from Texas early on. It's obvious now, beyond Sunday's big offensive showing, when Bond hit 10 of 15 shots for a career-high 21 points, scoring 13 of Temple's first 19 points as the Owls beat Central Florida, 84-78.
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