Blank Rome’s Scott Cooper Re-Appointed to Moorestown Township Ethical Standards Board

January 10, 2017

Press Release

Blank Rome LLP Partner Scott Cooper was re-appointed to the Moorestown Township Ethical Standards Board for another four-year term, effective January 1, 2017. He currently serves as chair of the Board.

The Township of Moorestown is over 300 years old and is located in southwest Burlington County, east of Philadelphia. The Ethical Standards Board provides a method of assuring that officers and employees of the township follow the code and standards of ethical conduct and financial disclosure. The Board enforces and provides those officers or employees with advice and information concerning possible conflicts of interests that might arise in the conduct of their public duties. To learn more, please visit

At Blank Rome, Mr. Cooper chairs the Firm’s labor and employment practice group and is a founder of the Firm’s trade secret and non-compete litigation group. His practice involves litigation and counseling businesses and government entities, where he draws upon a unique blend of courtroom experience, work for members of the judiciary, and political and civic involvement in advising clients. In addition to his legal practice, Mr. Cooper has a long history of leadership with local and national bar associations. Notably, in 2010, he served as the president/chancellor of the 13,500-member Philadelphia Bar Association. He was also a member of the American Bar Association’s National Conference of Bar Presidents (“NCBP”) Executive Council, and twice chaired the NCBP Communications Committee. He is active in political and local matters, serving in various leadership roles with political organizations, boards, and committees.