Regus (RGUL), 100 Horizon Center Boulevard, Hamilton 08691; 609-528-5600; fax, 609-528-5601. Janine Depula, general manager. www.regus.com.
Regus, a global provider of flexible office space, has opened a location on Horizon Center Boulevard in Hamilton. The business occupies two floors in building 100.
Michael S. Katzen has joined the law firm of Goldberg Segalla LLP at 902 Carnegie Center as an associate in the firm’s Labor and Employment Practice Group.
Previously, he was an attorney at Jules Halpern Associates LLC. He is a 2004 graduate of the University of Delaware and Hofstra University School of Law in 2007.
Yale H. Bohn has joined Pepper Hamilton at 301 Carnegie Center as a member of the firm’s corporate and securities practice group, focusing his practice on health care law. Bohn was previously vice president and general counsel at Princeton HealthCare System, where he established an organization-wide legal infrastructure and assisted with the relocation and opening of University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro.
Bohn is a past trustee of the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association in Pennington, Family and Children’s Services of Central New Jersey in Princeton, and Princeton Junior School in Lawrenceville. He earned an LL.M. in taxation in 1990 and J.D., cum laude, in 1986 from Boston University School of Law. He is a graduate of Harvard School of Public Health (M.S., population sciences, 1977) and Brandeis University (A.B. 1972).
Sidney L. Hofing, 78, on March 30. He founded the real estate investment company Eagle Group and Hofing Management Company before becoming CEO of the pharmaceutical packaging company GenPak.
Curtis E. Yeske, 79, on March 29. Yeske was a longtime journalist, public relations man, and musician. He was a reporter, columnist, and editor for many years for the Trenton Times. He wrote a profile of his hometown, Lambertville, in the August 29, 2012, issue of U.S. 1.
Richard M. Kohn, 81, on March 29. He was a senior partner in the law firm Fox Rothschild and a trustee of the Mercer Bucks Federation.
Samuel I. Landis, 89, on March 28. He operated Landis Ford in North Brunswick for 25 years and was active with many central New Jersey nonprofits. His wife, Constance Rosenfeld Landis, 88, predeceased him by six hours.
Rabbi James S. Diamond, 74, on March 28. He was the director of Princeton University’s Center for Jewish Life from 1995 to 2003.
Anthony ‘Tony’ Pennacchi, 82, on March 27. He was co-owner with his brother of A. Pennacchi & Sons, a masonry business in Trenton.