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Winter 2023 BABCPHL New Members

Corporate Member:

The Mike McCann Team
728 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 1914

Ben Hoosen-Jones 
P: 610-368-9041
E: ben@mccannteam.com

When it comes to buying or selling a property in the city of Philadelphia, one of the most important steps in the process is finding a real estate agent you can trust to operate in your best interest. Known as one of the best real estate teams in the city, The Mike McCann Team is the #1 real estate team in Philadelphia and has held onto that prestigious title for over 30 years. The team has built an outstanding reputation for being trustworthy and going above and beyond to meet our client’s needs. Whether you are looking to buy or sell your home or you’re a seasoned investor, this team of experienced realtors will work diligently to ensure that your real estate transaction is successful.

Educational, Arts, & Charitable Institution Member

Carpenters’ Hall
320 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia PA 19106

Website: https://www.carpentershall.org/ 

Michael L. Norris
Executive Director
P: 215-925-0167
E: michaelnorris@carpentershall.org

Some 150 men and women, all of them prominent architects, building contractors or structural engineers, carry on the 300-year tradition of The Carpenters’ Company of the City and County of Philadelphia — giving form to the future. From the 18th-century members who erected Independence Hall, Christ Church and Carpenters’ Hall to the members of today, innovation in design and technical achievement have contributed to their pre-eminent reputation.

The Mission of The Carpenters’ Company of the City and County of Philadelphia is, “To preserve and maintain historic Carpenters’ Hall; To interpret for the public the significant events that took place in or around the Hall and the history of building construction; to preserve the history and traditions of the Company; To provide a forum of professional association and fellowship for builders, architects, and engineers; To provide encouragement, education, and support for men and women entering the construction industry; To develop and maintain professional relations with other organizations who have similar interests; to encourage support, research, and publication of history relating to the Company and its members and to the development of building construction and architecture”.

Winter 2023 Human Interest Feature – Meet the 2023 BABCPHL Executive Committee

At the dawn of the new calendar year, we are thrilled to introduce our 2023 Executive Committee, a select group of eight individuals with a very active role on the BABCPHL Board of Directors. While some of our current officers have been with us since nearly the beginning, several are newer to the Group. Notwithstanding when each person joined the BABCPHL, every officer strives to promote the business relationship between the Greater Philadelphia region and the UK. Everyone brings passion and unique skills to the table. We are fortunate to have a dynamic, accomplished, entrepreneurial and creative group leading the BABCPHL! For more than three decades, the BABCPHL has grown and thrived by promoting increased trade and investment between the UK and Southeastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, and the State of Delaware. The BABCPHL Board of Directors, and the Executive Committee in particular, is the backbone of the organization, providing guidance and leadership. Individuals serving in this capacity help the BABCPHL flourish by promoting and advancing our mission.

Howard Silverstone, recently re-appointed President for a third, non-consecutive term, began his involvement with BABCPHL shortly after the organization was formed more than 30 years ago. As an expatriate British national making his way professionally and socially on this side of the Atlantic, the BABCPHL offered just what Howard wanted. Today, Howard is a Managing Director of a firm he co-founded in 2004, Forensic Resolutions. He is a CPA with more than 40 years’ experience in public and forensic accounting. Howard is also a Chartered Accountant (England and Wales) and has experience in the UK and US. As Howard’s career progressed and as the BABCPHL developed its extensive business-to-business network, the Organization became a valuable resource for Howard and also allowed him to help others build their network on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. When asked about a specific BABCPHL activity or event that stands out, Howard said, “the prior visits of members of the Royal Family have been particularly meaningful as this emphasizes our standing as a leader in promoting Transatlantic business. Also, our events with members of the British Government have also stood out as they demonstrate that the BABCPHL is a well-respected chapter.” As one of the oldest and most active British American business groups in the 22-chapter network, Howard feels fortunate to be able to forward the mission of the BABCPHL. His tenure and experience on the Executive Committee assist members in advancing their businesses through the organization, by helping them expand their contacts. 

Another long-serving British national on our Executive Committee is Ian Cross, a creative entrepreneur with more than 20 years’ experience growing and managing start-ups in technology, entertainment, and hospitality. Since 2008, Ian has served as the BABCPHL Vice President of Marketing & Communications. Ian joined the organization when he was considering expanding his client base to the UK. “The contacts and expertise of other members helped me evaluate the potential and pitfalls. Ultimately, I decided to stay focused on the USA, but would not have made such an informed decision without my BABC peers.” Ian, like several other Executive Committee members, maintains a decades-long active engagement with the Organization. “I just like to help however I can by bringing an entrepreneurial and creative industries perspective along with ideas for how we can use tech to grow and support our members. I love the BABC mission and see it as so much more than sharing business knowledge, there is also sharing cultural DNA. We all started out by asking ourselves the same questions and ended up joining.” Ian is also quoted as saying, “the high level of engagement throughout the membership group and board of directors builds a community of respect and consideration. Like any organization you will get out what you put in, so be prepared to be stimulated and challenged, and enjoy the social aspect of course!” 

The BABCPHL is a connector Association. The Group’s bread and butter is offering networking opportunities and creating valuable contacts between entities operating in both the public and private spheres on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Our current UK/US Government Liaison, past President, and long-serving Board Member, Neil Boyden Tanner, said, “through contacts made via the BABC, I had the opportunity to serve as a non-executive director of a British government trade and investment group, and was asked by the Scottish government to provide overviews for Scottish companies interested in expanding to the US, both of which experiences led to new business. Most recently the Mayor of London asked me to meet with a number of London based health technology startups. My colleagues and I learned a great deal from these companies and are in ongoing discussions with a few, and they also had the opportunity to ask questions and learn from a Fortune 20 US health services company. It was a win-win all around.” Neil, General Counsel for International Markets at Cigna, strongly believes in promoting Philadelphia as a global city. “Perhaps no international connection for our city is more important than that with the UK. By helping UK companies see the benefits of basing their US or North American operations in our area, we further advance Philadelphia as a global city, and in return help these key UK companies with access to: our amazing talent pool (fueled by 127 colleges and universities), a major technology hub (voted the #1 emerging startup ecosystem in the US), one of the most diverse and inclusive workforces in the US, the lowest office rental of 10 major metropolitan areas in the US, and a location within 40% of the US population. Plus, who can beat our great restaurants, sports teams, concerts, art museums, theaters, and the amazing Philadelphia Orchestra?!” Through his continued involvement with the BABCPHL, Neil hopes to help Philadelphia area companies see the benefits of partnering or expanding to the UK. “Like Philadelphia, the UK is a mature market, with high-spending consumers in an open economy, world-class talent, and a business-friendly regulatory environment. We are a great match for one another, and my goal is for the BABC to help British and Philadelphia area companies capitalize on this to both their advantage.” 

Another longstanding Board Member, prior BABCPHL President and current Vice President of Strategic Development, is Hope Krebs who became involved with the BABCPHL in the early 2000’s. Hope connected with the Organization when the annual global meeting of BABC chapters worldwide was being held in Philadelphia as a way to showcase the Philadelphia-London connection of her law firm, Duane Morris, which had just opened its London office. Hope’s current role as BABCPHL Vice President of Strategic Development is truly essential to our success as we navigate operations in the region and continue to enhance trade and commercial ties on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Hope is an International Tax Partner, Co-Chair of Duane Morris’ International Practice Group, and a past Chair of Multilaw, the global elite legal network with 10,000 members in more than 150 commercial centers around the world. Hope said, “over the years the BABC has helped advance my business in two key ways: (1) it has been a direct source of client referrals for me and my firm for BABC members (and their contacts) who need excellent legal and tax services throughout the US, in London and around the world and (2) it has connected me with BABC members whose assistance and services I have sought to supplement legal and tax services we are providing for our clients.” Hope brings extensive expertise, knowledge, and creativity to her current role on the Executive Committee. She is dedicated to helping the BABCPHL “accomplish its objectives and provide insights into the business community and networking, especially as we come out of our COVID-related cocoons.”  When asked why someone should be involved with the BABCPHL, Hope answered, “the BABC is the leader in providing effective cross-border business networking in the Philadelphia area. Our sole purpose for existing is to facilitate the connections that are designed to help your business succeed.” 

The pandemic impacted business operations throughout the world. Networking organizations like the BABCPHL will assist in the rebuilding process as everyone re-emerges. The BABCPHL was lucky to have an outstanding group of people serving in leadership roles to guide the Organization through such a challenging time. Navigating the post-pandemic world also creates obstacles. Current BABCPHL Treasurer, Jason Walker, Managing Partner for Cross Border Financial Planning USA, provides financial planning and investment advice for globally mobile individuals and families, including Americans abroad and British expatriates residing in the USA. Jason and his team, work with accountants and attorneys who provide advice to similar clientele. “By referring within our network, we ensure the client receives complementary advice from financial, tax, and legal perspectives. The BABC has been invaluable to me in developing this network locally and engaging with other member firms whose expertise and service is highly regarded in the cross-border space.” Jason is looking forward to taking on a new role in 2024 as the next BABCPHL President. When asked about what he hopes to accomplish serving on the Executive Committee, he stated, “My goal is to assist the BABC move forward in a post-pandemic world, in which the networking and the business environment has changed greatly. I want to continue the excellent work of the people who served before me, who grew the organization to become one of the most respected international networking organizations within Philadelphia. By supporting the BABC, we are supporting international trade and business between the UK ad USA, and specifically the Greater Philadelphia area.” As an expatriate British national residing and working in Philadelphia, Jason says, “there is an element of pride in helping UK businesses establish themselves in the US and supporting the local economy.” 

Another newer board member is Remy Nshimiyimana, Partner at Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath. Remy works with domestic and foreign clients to ensure their strategic objectives in mergers and acquisitions and equity financing transactions are executed timely and effectively. Remy has been affiliated with the BABCPHL since 2019. He was born in Rwanda and emigrated to the United States in 2004. Remy’s educational portfolio includes degrees from Rowan College, The University of Pennsylvania, and Sciences Po in Paris, in addition to a Doctor of Law from The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School. The opportunity to collaborate with a community that fosters transatlantic partnerships between businesses and civic leaders was something Remy sought when joining the BABCPHL. Having Remy on the Executive Committee with his vast knowledge and background is an asset to our organization. Remy brings fresh ideas and a positive outlook to the BABCPHL Executive Committee. He stated, “the pandemic brought many new opportunities for firms to think ‘outside the box.’ At Faegre Drinker, we harnessed the power of technology and collaboration to focus on innovation, efficiency and, most importantly, connecting with clients and colleagues in new and creative ways.” 

The BABCPHL thrives due to a dedicated core of involved businesses and individuals who actively serve on the Executive Committee. In 2023, this group is comprised of a dynamic group of people, some who are newer to their roles, and some who have been involved for many years. Vice President of Membership, Michael Pedrick, Partner at Morgan, Lewis, & Bockius, one of the founding member Firms of the BABCPHL, is another example of someone who has supported the organization for multiple decades. Focusing primarily on finance, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate restructuring, At Morgan Lewis, Michael represents borrowers in financing transactions and corporate clients in strategic acquisitions and internal restructuring. Throughout his tenure, Michael has served as Secretary and President. He is the BABCPHL Board Member most familiar with our bylaws, legal operations, and our affiliate relationship with the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia. Currently, Michael stepped into the role of Vice President of Membership. As the BABCPHL returns to normal operations, membership development is a key factor for stability and growth. Michael’s extensive experience and dedication to the Organization perfectly position him to help us retain current members and to grow.  

Another integral member of the Executive Committee is Efe Izilein Sokol. In her role with the Welsh Government, Efe represents Wales’ interests in the Northeast of the United States. Efe has been an active board member for nearly ten years, and currently serves as the Programs & Events Chair. BABCPHL programing is a vital part of our organization. Events about current issues affecting the trade and commercial relationship between our region and the UK keep our members engaged, current, and connected with one another. The BABCPHL serves both public and private entities. Collaboration between for profit businesses and government groups are particularly important in the post-pandemic world. Efe is helping us vigorously reinstate our in-person programing with relevant and engaging topics. With Efe’s guidance, we can offer our members valuable strategic information and leading expert connections to help our members navigate the current UK-US business climate.  

The BABCPHL is extremely grateful to the Executive Committee and the entire Board of Directors for continuously offering their support and counsel to the organization. We are excited to embark on a new calendar year of operations in collaboration with the 2023 leadership committee. We look forward to growing membership and offering in-person events. Many thanks, and welcome to the 2023 BABCPHL Executive Committee! 

Philly’s chief British delegate, honored by Queen Elizabeth days before her death, is a Lincoln University grad

The British American Business Council of Greater Philadelphia Board is proud to congratulate Oliver Franklin, Board Member on his appointment by Her Majesty the Queen as a Commander of the British Empire.

Oliver has served on the BABCPHL Board of Directors for more than two decades. We are honored to have helped him reach this noteworthy milestone through some of the work he has done with the BABCPHL.

Click here for the article published in the Philadelphia Inquirer on Wednesday, October 12.

Heartfelt congratulations to Oliver for his dedication to enhancing the US-UK relationship and to his great contributions for the betterment of society on both sides of the Atlantic.

Fall 2022 New Members

Corporate Members:

Green & Spiegel LLC
1524 Delancey Street
4th Floor
Philadelphia PA 19102
Website: https://www.gands.com/en-us/

Jonathan A. Grode, Esq.
U.S. Practice Director & Managing Partner
P: 267.939.4370
E: jgrode@gands-us.com

Green and Spiegel is one of the world’s oldest immigration law practices with over 50 years of experience assisting a diverse global clientele. Our efforts culminated in 2012 with the opening of the first U.S. offices in Philadelphia, PA, (which serves as our U.S. Headquarters) and Providence, RI (New England). In 2015, we opened our office in Vail, Colorado (Mountain West) and in 2019 we opened our office in Cleveland, Ohio (Midwest).

Green and Spiegel U.S. offers a full range of United States immigration services for employers, temporary workers, individuals and their families.  Whether you are migrating to work, to join your family, as an investor/entrepreneur, or seeking new opportunities, Green and Spiegel can help. If you are an employer who needs an expert to manage your global mobility needs, Green and Spiegel has the depth and breadth of expertise to provide your business with immigration support to ensure global mobility program that operates smoothly and efficiently.

London & Partners
New York Office
902 Broadway
7th floor
New York NY 10010

London Office
1st Floor, 169 Union Street
London SE1 0LL
Website: https://www.londonandpartners.com/

Stephen Feline
Director of North America
P: 646.708.3586
E: sfeline@londonandpartners.com

London & Partners is the international trade, investment and promotion agency for London. It is our role to promote London internationally as a leading world city in which to visit, study, invest, grow and meet.

We promote London across the world; attract overseas organisations, events, students and visitors to the capital; and help to retain and grow London companies. Our key international markets are North America, China, France, Germany and India.

Find out about our different business areas, from business development, leisure tourism and insights, to higher education and major events. Learn more about what London & Partners delivers for London.

MAC Clinical Research
610 Old York Road
Suite 400
Elkins Park PA 19027
Website: https://www.macplc.com

Jessica B. Taylor
Director of Operations, North America
P: (267) 460-1406
E: jessicataylor@macplc.com

Jenkins Court, Suite 400
610 Old York Road
Jenkintown, PA  19046
P: +01 267 460 1406

MAC United Kingdom – HQ
Kaman Court, 1 Faraday Way
Blackpool, Lancashire, FY2 0JH
T: +44 (0) 161 275 9966
F: +44 (0) 161 667 0566
E: info@macplc.com

MAC Clinical Research, a clinical study site network and global contract research organization (CRO), is committed to providing full-service delivery of global clinical studies. Headquartered in the UK with offices globally, we conduct studies both through our fully-owned network of dedicated research sites in the UK and through contracting with sites across the globe. We offer the clinical study management you need to meet your clinical outcome goals. Although our heritage stems from being the first memory assessment centre based in Europe, our company conducts research for sponsors over an ever-expanding group of therapeutic areas. MAC has an extensive range of clinical research capabilities to accommodate the most complex Phase I trials (in our MHRA-accredited Phase I unit Read More) through to Phase IV (across our network of late-phase dedicated research sites). The majority of our current work includes diseases of the central nervous system (CNS), such as Alzheimer’s disease and multiple sclerosis, as well as studies involving analgesics for acute and/or chronic pain, dermatology (psoriasis and eczema), rheumatology (fibromyalgia and arthritis), endocrinological diseases (e.g., diabetes), depression, anxiety, and insomnia.

Individual Member:

Dr. Rajesh Kumar
Global Strategic Advisory
P: (215) 391-9851
E: drrajesh836@gmail.com
1500 Chestnut Street
Apt 8H
Philadelphia PA 19102

A Tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth was a stable constant for most of the living world during times of great upheaval and strife, and harmony and innovation. She lived through nearly ten decades characterized most recently by war, pandemic and unprecedented advances in technology and other aspects of daily life. Her Majesty was not just a Queen, she was a daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, and a renowned recognizable figurehead all over the globe. Despite her royal status, she was someone many could relate to and she was admired by people from different socioeconomic backgrounds and nationalities. Her Majesty the Queen steadfastly served the people of Great Britain and the Commonwealth for nearly her entire life with grace and dignity.

Queen Elizabeth was a cultural icon. She was famous in the most informal of circles such as memes circulating the Internet as well as the formally dressed crowned figurehead waving to crowds of onlookers over the balcony or to private audiences from her throne at Buckingham Palace. The Queen oversaw countless garden parties and special events under the fanciest and highest brow circumstances. She appeared in commercials with celebrities for globally televised sporting events, enjoyed riding horses, going to horse races, and playing with her dogs. She also loved traveling.

Princess Elizabeth’s destiny as Queen was sealed while traveling abroad. She was in Kenya when she learned of the passing of her father and was just 25 years old when she inherited the throne. Meeting world leaders and building diplomatic relationships were very important aspects of her job. She was the most well-traveled monarch in history and was referred to as the “million-mile queen.” She visited 117 countries during her reign, carrying out 290 state visits since her coronation in 1952.

In 1976, Queen Elizabeth was the first sitting monarch to visit Philadelphia. It was the first stop on a six-day trip around the United States in honor of America’s bicentennial celebration. She arrived by boat, in the Royal Yacht Britannia to Penn’s Landing on the morning of July 6. Queen Elizabeth presented the city with a birthday gift for the United States: the Bicentennial Bell, a ten-ton replica of the Liberty Bell cast at London’s Whitechapel Bell Foundry, where the original Liberty Bell was made in 1752.

Her Majesty the Queen enjoyed a whirlwind, one-day tour of Philadelphia, capped off with a 300-person dinner party at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. On January 27, 2007, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, visited Philadelphia, and on April 27, 2012, Prince Edward joined the BABCPHL for a special reception in the city. Throughout the years, Philadelphia also welcomed other members of the Royal Family, including the Duke of Kent in 1996, the Duke of York for the Queen’s Golden Jubilee in 2002, the Duke of Gloucester in 2010, and the Earl of Wessex (Prince Edward) again in 2018. The BABCPHL looks forward to future visits and interactions with the monarchy.

We express our sincere condolences to His Majesty King Charles III and to the entire Royal Family, of which Queen Elizabeth was the revered figurehead. Her Majesty the Queen was truly a global icon, who led by example with grace and dignity. She will be missed and always remembered. May she rest in peace.

Fall 2022 President’s Letter

Dear BABCPHL Members and Friends,

It has been an emotional couple of weeks as the world mourns the death of Her Majesty the Queen. The British American Business Council of Greater Philadelphia expresses condolences to the Royal Family, the British and Commonwealth people.

Queen Elizabeth’s passing marks the end of an era. Her 70-plus year reign took place during a tumultuous time in history. We are indebted to Her Majesty for her many years of dedicated service characterized by grace, dignity, and stability. If you would like to submit a message to the book of condolences, please visit www.royal.gov.uk.

Queen Elizabeth, King George, as well as other members of the Royal Family have visited Philadelphia throughout the years. The UK and our region have a special bond. The BABCPHL prides itself on fostering valuable business connections between the two nations to strengthen transatlantic trade. We are grateful to Great Britain for a steadfast partnership, and we look forward to enhancing our ties during the new reign of King George III.

BABCPHL busy season has commenced! We hope you will join us in-person and virtually for our global travel update in October, a happy hour networking event in November, and our signature annual holiday luncheon in December, including several other programs in between from now through the end of the calendar year. Please visit our website frequently for current event information and registration links.


Nick Lotz

President, British American Business Council of Greater Philadelphia

In Memoriam: Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022)

“When life seems hard, the courageous do not lie down and accept defeat; instead, they are all the more determined to struggle for a better future.”
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth was the global symbol of grace and stability during an era of turmoil. The Queen’s 70-year reign was characterized by dignity and dedication. We are indebted to Her Majesty for her service.

The British American Business Council of Greater Philadelphia expresses condolences to the Royal Family, the British and Commonwealth people.

Please visit www.royal.gov.uk if you would like to submit a message to the book of condolences.

Welcome MAC Clinical Solutions & Green and Spiegel

We are part of the largest transatlantic business networking organization in the world. The BABCPHL is one of 22 chapters and thousands of member companies, and we are growing! Please welcome our Chapter’s newest corporate members MAC Clinical Research and Green and Spiegel LLP. Membership has rewards! Click here to learn more about the BABCPHL and to become a member. #BABCPHL #transatlantictrade #UKUS

BABCPHL New Fiscal Year Greetings

Dear BABCPHL Members and Friends,

Greetings at the start of our new fiscal year! I am pleased to report the BABCPHL closed the books on another successful twelve months of operations, offering our members carefully curated in-person and virtual programs, valuable opportunities to network, and helpful policy updates. We continue to collaborate with the global British American Business Network of Chapters located throughout the US, the UK and Canada. Last month, after a three-year hiatus, the annual Network meeting was held in-person in NYC, and the Annual Transatlantic Business Conference is scheduled to return this September. We continue to work closely with the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia, our colleagues managing other bi-national chambers in the area, as well as other globally focused organizations throughout the region, and of course with our regional and UK government partners. Special thanks and recognition to all of our partners, but most importantly, to our steadfast Board of Directors and Club Level members who set the BABCPHL on track and enable us to meet our mission year after year. It takes a village, and we are truly grateful to work with such strong leaders across many industries in both the public and private sectors.

At home and abroad, we continue to face insurmountable challenges. The constantly evolving pandemic is rattling the global economy, governments, and society. We are proud to weather this storm with each of you who enables us to forge ahead. Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to another twelve months of activity aimed at strengthening and growing business throughout the transatlantic corridor.

Our next program is on July 27, and tickets are selling fast. Space is limited, and this highly anticipated annual event will close once we reach capacity. Please visit our website for details. We are offering several programs during the coming weeks and months, and while a bit far off, I leave you with thoughts of Holiday cheer. Save the date for our Signature Annual Holiday Lunch, taking place at the Ritz Carlton Philadelphia on Thursday, December 8th from 12-2:00 pm. Thank you for your partnership!


Nick Lotz
President, British American Business Council of Greater Philadelphia

British woman completes 100 marathons in 100 days world record

An endurance athlete who has been running every day for 100 days has broken the record for completing the most marathons in consecutive days.

Kate Jayden, from Derbyshire, has completed a 26.2-mile run each day since January, covering 2,620 miles. She hit the milestone as she finished the Brighton Marathon on Sunday. The current female record is held by US runner, Alyssa Clark, who completed 95 marathons in 95 consecutive days, according to Guinness World Records.

On finishing, the 35-year-old, from Hartington, said: “I’m feeling geriatric mostly. I was just overwhelmed. I feel very privileged that I was able to take that journey and so many people have been in touch to say they have been inspired by it too.”

Mrs. Jayden initially set out on 1 January to run 2,620 miles – the distance a refugee would travel from Aleppo, Syria, to the UK as a way of raising money and awareness to help refugees. She then realized it would amount to running a marathon every day for 100 days, and would break a world record if she completed it.

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The BABCPHL recognizes our Club Level Members:

  • Almac
  • American Airlines
  • Cigna
  • Cigna
  • Duane Morris
  • EisnerAmper LLP
  • Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
  • Fisher Phillips
  • Forensic Resolutions
  • Johnson, Kendall & Johnson, Inc.
  • KPMG
  • Morgan Lewis
  • Penn Medicine
  • https://www.santanderus.com/
  • Welsh Government