Week of Jan. 13-15.

   International law firm Reed Smith has added aviation attorney Patrick Bradley as a partner in its Princeton office. Mr. Bradley concentrates his practice on the defense of aviation and other product liability actions. Much of his work involves the defense of airlines, aircraft and component parts manufacturers, and pilots in connection with aircraft accidents and incidents. He has broad experience in accident reconstruction, direct and cross examination of technical experts and medical and economic issues relevant to personal injury and wrongful death actions.
   From 1991 to 1996, Mr. Bradley served as a trial attorney with the United States Department of Justice, Aviation Section, in Washington D.C., defending governmental agencies and the military in aviation-related civil litigation. He was lead counsel in a number of cases tried to verdict involving air crashes.
   A licensed pilot since 1977, Mr. Bradley has logged over 1,250 hours of flying time and has flown a wide variety of aircraft, from single-engine Cessnas to multi-engine jets.

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   Trishka Waterbury has been named director and shareholder with the Princeton law firm of Mason, Griffin & Pierson. She is a member of the firm’s governmental affairs practice group.
   From 1996 to 1997, Ms. Waterbury was law clerk to the Honorable Philip S. Carchman, Superior Court of New Jersey, and is currently serving as attorney for Cranbury Township.
   Pennington resident Geoffrey W. Greer has joined Mitchell Rose, a communications consultancy, as a project coordinator. His focus will include account administration and production and activity coordination to support client initiatives for the six-year-old marketing communications firm.
   Located in Princeton, Mitchell Rose’s creative portfolio includes advertising, marketing strategy, public relations, trade shows and exhibits, branding strategies and other communications efforts.
   The board of directors of strategy and technology consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton has elected Edward C. Landry as vice president. As part of the firm’s consumer practice, Mr. Landry specializes in business strategy development and sales and marketing effectiveness for consumer-packaged goods and healthcare manufacturers.
   Mr. Landry joined Booz Allen in 1996 and participated in client engagements throughout North America, Europe and Asia.
   His mother, Connie Cox, is a Montgomery resident.
   Skillman resident Stanley Jablonowski, managing director and head of the New Jersey based operation of Marsh Inc., has been re-elected to the board of directors of the Regional Business Partnership.
   The RBP is a business organization that provides members with connections, information and advocacy to enhance business opportunities, strengthen regional infrastructure and revitalize the city of Newark.

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   Al Pellegrino was recently appointed chairman of the board with the Better Business Bureau of New Jersey.
   Mr. Pellegrino is the president of P&A Management Inc. a real estate property management company located in Hamilton Township, where he resides with his wife Jayne and his son George.