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The most important thing a lawyer can do for a client is to listen carefully.  Often clients are too close to a situation to see the real issues and a good lawyer should recognize that before trying to give advice.  A good business lawyer will first learn what the client's ultimate goal is before offering solutions or ways of achieving that goal.  In assisiting the client achieve its goal the lawyer must be flexible and offer solutions that might achieve the goal with less risk than the client's intended course of action.  Avoiding problems is always less expensive than trying to repair them.  A really good business lawyer is one the client comes to view and willingly consults as a partner in achieving a result; not as an expense to be avoided until problems arise.


Practice areas


  1. Employment: 50%
    42 years, 100 cases
  2. Litigation: 25%
    42 years, 75 cases
  3. Contracts: 25%
    42 years, 100 cases

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  • Jon D. Fox

    I have known Bob for many years. He is extremely personable and experienced. A great lawyer!


    Jon Fox DUI & DWI Attorney
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  • Maribeth Wolfe Blessing

    I have known and worked with Bob as a colleague, a friend, and a consulting attorney for over fourteen years. His expertise, professionalism, compassion, organization, diligence, and knowledge base never ceases to amaze me. I highly recommend this lawyer.


    Maribeth Blessing Family Attorney
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Contact info

Reger, Rizzo & Darnall, LLP

2929 Arch St Fl 13
Reger Rizzo & Darnall
Philadelphia, PA, 19104-2899


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Award nameGrantorDate granted
Governor Robert B. Meyner AwardLafayette College1971
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PartnerReger Rizzo & Darnall, LLP2013 - Present
Association namePosition nameDuration
Montgomery Bar Association- Trial LawyersN/A1987 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Raymond Carter v. City of Philadelphia et al.The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals reversed and remanded for trial. The Court held that the Philadelphia District Court was not a "state actor" for purposes of the 11th Amendment when acting in an administravtive role.
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Publication nameTitleDate
Sidebar Magazine (Montgomery Bar Association)BYOD Policies...Scary Liabilities for the Uninformed Employer"2013
The Legal IntelligencerAddressing Social Media Issues in the Workplace2013
Pennsylvania Bar InstituteProtecting Confidential information & Business Relationships1989
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Temple University - James E. Beasley School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1974
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Advanced Employment Issues in PennsylvaniaEmployment :Law2013