Contracts Awarded

Management Moves

Name Changes

Leaving Town

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Contracts Awarded

Project on Ethnic Relations, 15 Chambers Street,

Princeton 08542-3707. Allen Kassof, president. 609-683-5666; fax,

609-683-5888. Home page: www.netcom.com/~ethic/per.html.

The Carnegie Corp. has given this private nongovernmental organization

another $1 million, for total of nearly $5 million in the last 10

years. PER also receives funds from the Pew Charitable Trusts to work

in central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union to help

mediate ethnic conflicts. In December it will preside at the first

meeting of the newly elected democratic leaders of Yugoslavia and

Kosovar Albanians. Alllen H. Kassof, PER president, will preside.

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New Jersey Historical Commission, 225 West State

Street, Box 305, Trenton 08625. Marc Mappen, executive director.

609-292-6062;

fax, 609-633-8168.

Www.state.nj.us/state/history/hisidx.html.

Marc Mappen is the new executive director of the commission. Formerly

associate dean of Rutgers’ University College, he is the author of

a book on Jerseyana and co-founded an electronic forum,

"nj_history."

Drinker Biddle & Shanley LLP, 105 College Road

East, Box 627, Princeton 08542-0627. Jonathan I. Epstein,

partner-in-charge of New Jersey office. 609-716-6500; fax,

609-799-7000. Home page: www.dbr.com.

Jonathan I. Epstein is now the partner in charge of the Princeton

office of this firm that was founded in Philadelphia. Epstein had been

part of a three-member management committee with Samuel W. Lambert III

(the partner in charge for more than 10 years) and Peter P. Ackourey,

who practices out of the Florham Park office.

An alumnus of Rutgers

law school in Camden, Epstein is president elect of the Mercer County

Bar Association and focuses on troubled real estate projects. The

Princeton office has 107 staff members, including 42 attorneys, and

there are additional offices in District of Columbia, Berwyn,

Pennsylvania, and New York.

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National Workrights Institute, 166 Wall Street,

Research Park, Princeton 08540. Lewis Maltby, director.

609-683-0313; fax, 609-683-1787.

This office, formerly a part of the American Civil Liberties Union,

has broken off from that institution and taken a name that more

accurately reflects its role.

Jeremy Gruber, legal director, says that "we had grown to the point

where we had felt we could become our own organization." The

Workrights Institute focuses exclusively on labor

and employment rights issues. Among its recent accomplishments:

Helping to pass a genetic discrimination

bill in Michigan, which provides protection to all individuals from

anyone who would try to use genetic

informaiton against them.

Adds Gruber: "We are the leading organization in the country that does

work on workplace privacy issues, and one of the only organizations in

the country that does work on Internet E-mail privacy." As for the

ACLU, he says, "we’re still cooperating, but we’re not technically

affiliated with them."

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Leaving Town

R. M. Shoemaker Co., 1 Tower Bridge, Suite 1300,

West Conshohocken 19428. 610-941-5500.

The Pennington Road office of a Pennsylvania-based construction firm

has closed, and calls are being taken by the home office. The company

was working at a job site on Princeton Pike.

Pennett Associates, 65 South Main Street, Building

B, Pennington 08534. Donald J. Pennett Jr., president. 609-737-2705;

fax, 609-737-7318.

Donald J. Pennett Jr. closed his contracting business and calls are

being referred to a home address, 215-493-5748 or 1059 Victory Drive,

Yardley PA 19067.

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