New Britain, PA Six new attorneys recently joined the education law firm of Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams.

 

  • Christopher A. Bambach represents school districts in matters of special education and student services throughout Pennsylvania. Previously, he worked in complex and general civil litigation in Pennsylvania and Mississippi.
  • Justin D. Barbetta brings extensive litigation experience and represents clients in matters involving tax assessment appeals, civil rights violations and employment discrimination. Previously, he practiced criminal defense law at the Defender Association of Philadelphia.
  • Andrea Lynne Cola focuses on civil rights defense, special education and student services. Prior to joining the firm, Andrea was an attorney for the School District of Philadelphia in its Special Education Unit.
  • Maria B. Desautelle represents school entities, primarily in the area of special education. Prior to joining the firm, Maria served as a mediator and complaint investigator with the New Jersey Department of Education – Office of Special Education.
  • Jason D. Fortenberry advises school entities on special education issues, Section 504 matters, Americans with Disability Act violations, and other disability discrimination claims. Previously, he was an attorney at a legal service agency in Pennsylvania and for the State of New Jersey, Office of Administrative Law.
  • Austin J. Soldano represents clients in matters involving tax assessment appeals, civil rights violations and employment discrimination. Previously, he served as an assistant district attorney in the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office.