Reuters notes that while revenue is down by about 10 percent at many mid-size law firms nationwide, the business law firm of Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry is bucking the trend. Managing partner Wayne A. Risoli said all indicators, including billed fees and net profit, are up at the Houston-based firm, which also has offices in Atlanta, Dallas, Philadelphia and San Antonio.
SJ Magazine has named personal injury lawyers John M. Dodig and Jason A. Daria of Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock and Dodig LLP to its 2014 Top Attorneys list.
The Republican-Herald (Pottsville, Pa.) quoted attorney Mark Featherman of labor and employment firm Willig, Williams & Davidson, in a story regarding teacher negotiations at the Schuylkill Intermediate Unit 29.
Litigator Elizabeth Fenton of the Philadelphia office of Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry has been named a finalist for “Attorney of the Year” in SmartCEO magazine’s 2014 Power Player Awards.
Bristol-based First Federal of Bucks County has been named a top corporate giver by the Philadelphia Business Journal in the 2014 Corporate Givingawards.
Philadelphia federal criminal defense attorney Hope Lefeber will present a CLE discussing issues of restitution and forfeiture on Oct.17, at the Federal Defender Office for the Eastern District of Pa.
Attorney Hillary Moonay of the Bucks County law firm Williams Family Law, P.C., co-authored an article for The Legal Intelligencer, “Post-Retirement Benefits in Matrimonial Litigation.”
Philadelphia personal injury attorney Roberta “Bobbie” Pichini of Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock and Dodig LLP is to be awarded the prestigious 2014 Justice Musmanno Award, the highest award given by the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association.
The Bucks County Courier Times noted that Jessica J. Sweeney, vice president of marketing for the Bristol-based First Federal of Bucks County, was honored with an award from the Lower Bucks Chamber of Commerce for being one of its premier volunteers.
Moorestown, N.J. pre-settlement funding company USClaims has been acquired by Florida-based DRB Financial Solutions, a move that will allow the firm to grow and assist more clients.
The Legal Intelligencer noted that Stewart M. Weintraub, a shareholder with business law firm, Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Aughtry, recently was presented with the “Special Award” from the Institute for Professionals in Taxation® in recognition of his dedication and leadership to the organization through the years.
The Bucks County Herald noted that Williams Family Law, P.C. partner Jessica A. Pritchard presented the CLE “Questions? Putting the Family Law Puzzle Together for the Non-Family Law Practitioner,” at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute on Aug. 1. The program was tailored to attorneys who don’t concentrate their practice on family law.
Deborah Willig, managing partner of the Philadelphia labor and employment law firm, Willig, Williams & Davidson, has been named a Top-Rated Lawyer for 2014 by The American Lawyer magazine.
An article in The Legal Intelligencer, “Phila. Bar Association Publishes Guidelines on Social Media Use,” included interviews with three Furia Rubelclients. Ezra Wohlgelernter of the personal injury law firm Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock and Dodig, LLP, Bucks County family law attorney Hillary Moonay from Williams Family Law, P.C. and Philadelphia-based criminal defense attorney Hope C. Lefeber discussed the implications of new guidelines on what attorneys should tell their clients about the use of social media during legal matters.