Jane serves as Chair of the Land Use and Zoning department. She represents... more
Jane serves as Chair of the Land Use and Zoning department. She represents individuals, businesses and developers in a matters pertaining to real estate, business practices and contracts, as well as labor agreements. Jane is also a trained Mediator. Practice Areas Subdivision Land Development Zoning Environmental Law Commercial Litigation Labor Employment Law Mediation
Andrew’s practice focuses on Business and Corporate Litigation Commercial Litigation... more
Andrew’s practice focuses on Business and Corporate Litigation Commercial Litigation Construction Litigation IP Infringement Product Liability Andrew Silverman is a litigator who regularly appears before Delaware and Pennsylvania courts on behalf of individuals and companies concerning a variety of complex civil litigation. Andrew’s business litigation practice focuses on the repre... view profile
Bob regularly counsels clients in resolving business disputes. He is an active trial... more
Bob regularly counsels clients in resolving business disputes. He is an active trial attorney who has tried cases to verdict in six different jurisdictions. He regularly presents matters before alternative dispute resolution panels and has lectured extensively on alternative dispute resolution practice and procedure. Bob has appeared before the United States Court of Appeals in both the Third a... view profile
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