The Philadelphia office of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney hired William Conaboy Jr. and Judy Mayer as associate and senior attorney, respectively. They join the firm's health-care practice from Cozen O'Connor. Conaboy had been an associate in the health-care and life-sciences group, while Mayer had been an associate in health law. 

   Jack Tomarchio, former intelligence officer for the Department of Homeland Security, also joined the firm, as a lead for the new cybersecurity and data-protection practice. Tomarchio had previously been a shareholder with the firm.

iCeutica Inc., a Philadelphia company that creates branded medicines, hired Jyrki Mattila as chief business officer. Mattila served as president and CEO of LZ Therapeutics Inc., where he helped to raise Series A financing and worked to license exclusive global rights to LZT-1000 for Parkinson's disease and other neurological conditions.

Capehart Scatchard, Mount Laurel, hired Alyson L. Knipe as an associate in its litigation department. She currently is vice chair of the Zoning Board of Adjustment for Bordentown Township.    Douglas M. Nelson has been named an associate in the trust and estates group. He worked as a law clerk to Judge Karen L. Suter, Chancery Division, General Equity Part, Burlington County.

Urban Engineers, a Philadelphia multidisciplinary planning, design, construction management, construction inspection, and environmental consulting firm, promoted the following to vice president: Michael Wagner, practice leader of the ports & waterways division; Carol Martsolf, manager of training (national); Andy Cushman, marketing director (national); Thomas Mitchell, directory of national construction consulting.

Lt. Col. Matthew F. Ignatovig has been named commander of the Dauntless Battalion, Widener University's Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps. Ignatovig replaces Lt. Col. Donald J. McDannald and will serve at Widener for at least three years. Ignatovig served a one-year assignment to the Sinai Peninsula in the Multinational Force and Observers peacekeeping mission.

Susan Shamimi-Noori, an interventional radiologist, has been appointed assistant professor in the department of radiology at Thomas Jefferson University and a practicing clinician at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Shamimi-Noori recently completed a fellowship in interventional radiology at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago.

Hi-Tec Systems Inc., an Egg Harbor Township federal contractor that provides engineering, research, management, and information-technology solutions and services to government clients, opened a new office in Aberdeen, Md., to support the Army's Aberdeen Proving Grounds and hired Joseph Brady as vice president of Department of Defense operations to manage the office. Brady had been the Army's CERDEC director of business development and the U.S. Army Communications-Electronic Command director of small business.

Stephanie Turzanski has been hired as a solutions consultant for Doylestown-based ParleeStumpf Marketing, Branding & Web Consultants.

Maryann Subb has been named activities manager at the Norristown Training Center of Developmental Enterprises Corp. She has worked as a program specialist at DEC's Willow Grove Training Center.

ParenteBeard, Philadelphia, hired Gregory Biles as regional business-development director. He most recently was chief investment officer at Azarias Capital Partners.

AC Lordi, a Malvern provider of accounting and risk-management consulting and executive search, hired Jim O'Malley as senior manager of business development. He had been senior sales executive for Marsh McLennan Cos.

Arkieva, a Wilmington designer and supplier of advanced planning and scheduling software tools, hired Ken Fordyce to the position of solutions director, semiconductor and analytics. He had been senior computational decision scientist at IBM.

Atlas Pipeline Partners L.P., Philadelphia, named Patrick J. McDonie president of Atlas Pipeline Partners GP L.L.C., the partnership's general partner. McDonie had been senior vice president and chief operating officer of the general partner since July 2012 and will remain COO.

The Philadelphia 76ers hired Ravi Shah as the organization's vice president of strategy. He had been a manager in team marketing and business operations for the NBA.

TD Bank promoted Suk W. Chang to vice president, senior loan officer in commercial lending, based in King of Prussia. He previously served as a commercial lender.

AL DÍA News Media, Philadelphia, hired Edward Lynes as director of business development. He had been vice president of sales at Elauwit Media.

Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney P.C., Philadelphia, named Lauren Fox and Rose E. Isard as counsel and senior associate, respectively, in the firm's labor and employment section. Both were previously with Blank Rome, as associates in the labor and employment departments.

Mitchell Oates has joined Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti L.L.P. as an associate attorney in the litigation and intellectual-property litigation practice groups in the firm's Philadelphia office. He had been a litigation associate at Jenner & Block L.L.P., New York.

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel L.L.P. hired five new associates in its Philadelphia office. Thaddeus S. Kirk and Rigel Farr join the firm's litigation department. Aäna L. Maguire joins the firm's business and finance department. Conor McNally joins the health-care department. Teleicia J. Rose joins the labor relations and employment law and family law departments.

- Mike Zebe