Princeton, NJ, February 8, 2010 — Mary Sue Henifin, co-managing shareholder of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney's Princeton office, will serve as a co-instructor of a course this spring on "Ethical Issues In Business," for students in Rider University's MBA program. The course, which runs from January through May, teaches MBA students how to identify, analyze, and resolve ethical dilemmas in business, as well as the legal and regulatory frameworks that apply.

This is the fourth course Henifin has been involved with at Rider University. In spring 2007, she served as an Executive in Residence for a business ethics course for full-time executives enrolled in Rider University's Executive MBA program. As such, she provided first-hand guidance and real-life examples to students with respect to topics such as: corporate social responsibility, stakeholder management, government regulation, affirmative action, sexual harassment, religion in the workplace, and ethical issues in marketing, accounting and health care. Henifin co-teaches these courses with Doreen Kornrumpf, Esq,. a former Buchanan attorney who currently serves as Assistant General Counsel for Thomas Jefferson University and affiliated university hospitals in Philadelphia.

About Henifin


Mary Sue Henifin, a seasoned litigator with more than 20 years of experience, has represented individuals and corporations in a wide array of legal and business matters. She has handled matters involving environmental, intellectual property, securities and white-collar litigation. She also has extensive experience representing clients in breach of contract, trade secrets and breach of fiduciary duty claims.