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Before I became a lawyer my interests were in the computer and electronics fields. I worked with computer magazines internationally on a service that predated the world wide web. Upon graduating college, my interest of being a lawyer took control. Since I was a competitive debater in high school, I knew I wanted not just to represent the injured and people in need, but I wanted to be a trial lawyer, the kind of lawyer that goes to court and pushes the other side to pay the most money to my clients.
But I did not lose my computer and electronics interests. Instead, I incorporated technology and organization into a better way to practice law. I used my understanding of technology to advance my client’s cases and insure they get the best representation possible. After all, the better representation I can provide, the more money my clients will receive.
As a lawyer, I have tried hundreds of cases to verdict. But just as noteworthy, I have started an equal number of trials only to force the other side to settle before the verdict came down. Trial is not always the answer, but preparation for trial will often get the settlement the client needs before the case goes to trial.
For the law firm, I now act as a trial attorney, lawyer, and managing partner. I care about my clients and strives to get the most compensation for their injuries the law will allow. I will work hard long hours on behalf of my clients for that purpose.
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|Managing Partner||Spear, Greenfield, Richman & Weitz, PC||1992 - Present|
|Temple University - James E. Beasley School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1991|
|Tufts University||Political Science||BS - Bachelor of Science||1988|