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Colleen Bannon Appointed Vice-Chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association's Federal Courts Committee

December 21, 2015

Colleen Bannon, Shareholder and Director of Legal Information Resources, has been appointed a Vice-Chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association's Federal Courts Committee. The committee serves as an informational liaison between the federal courts covering the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and members of the bar, and organizes the federal Bench/Bar conference held each spring. Ms. Bannon's term on the committee is effective January 1, 2016.

In addition to her leadership role at Marshall Dennehey, Ms. Bannon maintains an active practice primarily devoted to privacy and data security matters. She also leads the firm's E-Discovery program, where she applies her combined experience in litigation and information technology to provide clients with legal counsel.

A graduate of Holy Family College and Temple University School of Law, she is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Defense Research Institute.

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