BCBA will only be open this morning for the LRIS Committee Meeting and will be closed the rest of the day. Stay warm and stay safe!
Please note that the BCBA Office will be closing early today due to weather. The Office will close Thursday, November 15 at 1 PM. Have a great day and be safe!
Please note that today’s Criminal Law CLE “Working with Non-Citizen Defendants” has been CANCELLED due to the expected weather.
This CLE will be rescheduled with the presenter. New date to follow!
OBERMAYER ATTORNEYS NAMED 2019 BEST LAWYERS
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – August 15, 2018 – Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP is pleased to announce that nine of our attorneys were selected for inclusion in the recently released 2019 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, regarded as a definitive guide to legal excellence in the region.
Obermayer’s selected Best Lawyers and their respective areas of practice are:
- Michael E. Bertin – family law
- Julie R. Colton* – family law
- Paul C. Heintz – trusts & estates
- Hillary J. Moonay – family law
- David L. Ladov – family law
- Leslie B. Spoltore – family law
- Nina B. Stryker – litigation – trusts & estates, trusts & estates
- Adam H. Tanker – family law
- Robert I Whitelaw – family law
*Julie R. Colton was also recognized by Best Lawyers® as the 2019 “Lawyer of the Year” for Family Law Mediation in the Pittsburgh area.
Toomey and Casey Accepting Applications for Eastern District of PA Judicial Vacancies
Washington, D.C. – Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senators Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) and Bob Casey (D-Pa.) announced today they are accepting applications from persons interested in filling judicial vacancies on the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
“Since 2011, Senator Casey and I have worked to confirm 14 qualified nominees to fill district court vacancies on the federal bench. Only three states – California, New York, and Texas – have had more district court vacancies filled during this time,” said Senator Toomey. “This coupled with the fact that we have seven additional district court nominees awaiting Senate confirmation is a tribute to the bipartisan process Senator Casey and I use to ensure that knowledgeable and ethical candidates become federal judges serving Pennsylvania.”
“Since Senator Toomey came to the Senate in 2011, we have worked together to submit consensus candidates for Federal District Court seats in Pennsylvania,” said Senator Casey. “I look forward to continuing this important bipartisan work to identify and support mainstream judicial candidates in Pennsylvania with the necessary experience, character and temperament for lifetime appointments to the federal judiciary.”
U.S. District Court Vacancies in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Senators Casey and Toomey will employ the following process to fill vacancies on the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania:
- A judicial nomination advisory panel will be established in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
- This panel will screen applicants for judicial vacancies and submit the names of qualified applicants to the two U.S. Senators.
- Senators Casey and Toomey will each appoint panel members and one co-chair. The co-chairs will be: John Soroko, Chairman Emeritus and Partner, Duane Morris LLP and Robert Ross, Founding Partner, Ross Feller Casey, LLP.
- Applicants will be required to complete and submit an application, which is available online here.
The deadline for submitting a completed application is Friday, September 28, 2018 at 5pm EST.
Michael E. Peters, Esq. Appointed General Counsel to Pennsylvania State Tax Collector’s Association
Doylestown, PA – Michael E. Peters, Esq. has been appointed general counsel to the Pennsylvania State Tax Collector’s Association (PSTCA).
The PSTCA is the official professional organization for elected tax collectors throughout Pennsylvania. In this role, Mr. Peters will serve as a resource to the PSTCA and its members and will direct the Association’s legal and legislative efforts to protect the legal rights and status of elected tax collectors.
In addition to his efforts litigating cases on behalf of tax collectors across the Commonwealth, Mr. Peters represents municipalities in Bucks and Montgomery Counties, as well as private commercial and residential clients before zoning hearing boards and municipal governing bodies in land development and zoning matters. He has appeared in courts of common pleas throughout the Commonwealth and Commonwealth Court in land use and municipal law litigation and appeals. Mr. Peters is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University and The George Washington University Law School.
The purpose of the PSTCA is to unite collectors of real estate and all other taxes; to provide a means for dissemination of information and education on assessment and tax collecting practices; to engage in publishing constructive reports; and to cooperate with others interested in assessments and taxation. To learn more about the PSTCA, please visit their website, www.pstca.org.
We are pleased to announce that attorneys Eric Frost and Marianne McGinty have joined our firm. Both Attorneys are a great addition to our team and we are excited to have them.
|Eric Frost, Esq.||Marianne McGinty, Esq.|
Eric Frost is a seasoned litigation attorney. He focuses his practice family law and real estate matters and has practiced throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the State of New Jersey.
>Mr. Frost is a Member of the Bar in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey and previously worked for the Montgomery County District Attorney. He has spent the last 10 years litigating civil matters throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Eric has attained numerous awards and commendations for his work, including, but not limited to being named as a Rising Star by SuperLawyers in 2015, 2016 and 2017. He is also a Member of one of the most prestigious groups of trial attorneys in the United States, Million Dollar Advocate Forum which membership is limited to attorneys who have won million dollar verdicts and settlements.
Eric was a student at Germantown Academy before attending Boston University and was awarded a coveted research position with his real property professor from the University of Dayton School of Law.
Marianne was born and raised in Lower Bucks County and is a graduate of Neshaminy High School. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Rider University, she earned her JD from Widener University School of Law in Harrisburg, PA.
After law school, Marianne worked at the U.S Attorney’s Office in their Asset Forfeiture Unit, as well as GMAC Mortgage as part of their Litigation Department. Most recently she spent 6 years working in family law in Bucks County. Marianne resides in Bucks County with her husband and 3 children.
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