Features March 2017

Mallory Garner – PennyMac Financial Services

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Growing up, Mallory Garner remembers her parents encouraging her to become an attorney. Her father was a small business owner and wanted her and her brother to pursue professions that would always be in demand. “I was a strong writer and had a flair for the dramatic, so I chose law school,” says Garner, who […]

Joseph Ferraro – International Securities Exchange

Est. reading time: 5 mins

The boom in connectivity over the last 20 years has left a significant impact on economic systems across the globe — with securities trading no exception. Gone are the days of the printed ticker tape and the trading floor, as a mounting wave of high-tech applications and programs accelerate the speed of  trading, with transaction […]

John Scheib – Norfolk Southern

Est. reading time: 4 mins

On his first day at the Washington, D.C., office of the Covington & Burling international law firm, little did John Scheib know he was on track—literally—to eventually being a vice president of one of the nation’s major railroad operations. Having distinguished himself while clerking under a federal appeals judge and as a magna cum laude […]

David Koshers – Progressive Credit Union

Est. reading time: 5 mins

For decades, only cab drivers who purchased taxi medallions from their municipality were allowed to pick up passengers on the street. In 2013, New York City auctioned medallions for as much as $1.26 million; the city auctioned 200 medallions for $230 million that year. Now, with ride-sharing apps like Uber and Lyft, nearly anyone with […]

Caroline Henrich – Henkels & McCoy Group Inc.

Est. reading time: 5 mins

For a company that started out in 1923 trimming trees for the old Philadelphia Suburban Electric Co. and Bell Telephone, and has long since gone on to construct and service the most sophisticated infrastructure networks and utilities, being on the cutting edge of an ongoing technological revolution has always been part of Henkels & McCoy […]

Abraham Ronai – Getinge Group

Est. reading time: 6 mins

When Abraham Ronai was an undergraduate at Cornell University, he planned on becoming a mechanical engineer, not a lawyer. Then he interned at Pratt & Whitney, a jet engine manufacturer. While Ronai had always been interested in science, he couldn’t see himself working as an engineering manager or spending years constructing a single bolt. Instead, […]

Arthur Gonzales – National Interstate

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Every attorney has important learning moments early on that will shape the direction of his senior career. For Arthur Gonzales, that “moment” was a five year-long clerkship in the Ohio Third District Court of Appeals where he worked on cases as diverse as complex business litigation, drug trafficking and homicides with death penalty sentencing. “I […]

Anthony Yoo – ChemTreat Inc.

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Anthony Yoo compares ChemTreat Inc., an international industrial water treatment company, to a hematologist, a doctor who makes sure a person’s blood is clean and working properly. As Yoo explains it, just as human bodies depend on the composition of the blood circulating through them, industrial equipment and facilities rely on water as their life […]

Tony Trevino – Lewis Energy Group L.P.

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When representatives of Lewis Energy Group visit landowners of potential gas extraction sites, they often give the following reassurance: “We’re not going anywhere.” In an industry filled with fly-by-night operations trying to make a quick buck, those words make a difference. Tony Trevino, general counsel for LEG, knows this. He’s been in the Texas energy […]

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