Carrie Krantz joined the Lauletta Birnbaum firm.

She formerly served as a clerk for New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Lee A. Solomon.

Krantz was also a judicial extern at both the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of the Solicitor.

She is a 2016 graduate of Widener University Delaware Law School.


Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel added Adam S. Goodman to the firm’s litigation group.

He practices in the firm’s Cherry Hill, New Jersey, office.

Goodman is a member of the firm’s litigation department.

He handles drafting motions for preliminary injunctions, motions to dismiss, summary judgment motions, discovery demands, briefs, including pretrial, post-trial and appellate.

Prior to joining the firm, Goodman was an attorney at a Philadelphia law firm where he assisted clients in medical malpractice and civil rights litigation matters for health care companies including cases at the state and federal level, and appellate matters at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

He also previously worked for a New York law firm where he handled diversified complex commercial litigation, real estate litigation, intellectual property, corporate litigation and employment litigation.


Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young financial services litigation practice group chair Andrew K. Stutzman served as a co-chair for American Conference Institute’s 24th national forum on residential mortgage regulatory enforcement and litigation on Sept. 25 in Dallas.

The forum provided strategies on navigating the evolving regulatory landscape, overcoming litigation hurdles and preparing for new and emerging government enforcement initiatives.

Stutzman also presented in a seminar on ethics.

Stutzman is a Philadelphia trial lawyer who founded and chairs the financial services litigation practice at Stradley Ronon.

The team resolves disputes involving consumer or commercial financial products or services.


On Sept. 25, Dave Walton, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s labor and employment department, and Pat Murray, Walton’s administrative assistant, ran a naturalization ceremony for the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas. Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas Judge Joe Walsh presided at North Penn High School. That morning they swore in 38 applicants from 18 different countries.