Firm News: 2004
October 2004 : The Firm represented
Chamber Capital Group II, a Philadelphia based private equity group,
in an investment and debt restructuring of Automated Currency Instruments,
Inc. ACI, an Exton based high technology company, designs and engineers
electronic automated kiosks and related software for processing
and redeeming tickets issued by slot machines.
October 2004: The Firm successfully concludes the settlement of a Law Firm breakup.
October 2004: The Firm successfully concludes the separation of a partner from an accounting firm.
August 2004 : Jared
Reiss, a graduate of George Washington University and the Boston
University School of Law, has joined the Firm as a first year associate
in the Commcercial
July 2004 : Neal
Jacobs and Matthew
Cohen won a weeklong jury trial for a corporate client, Fabricated
Components, Inc., accused of violating a Confidential Disclosure
and Non-Compete Agreement. The jury deliberated for two hours before
returning a unanimous decision in favor of Fabricated Components.
June 2004 : Paul
Quinn, formerly a senior associate with the Law Offices of Marvin
I. Barish & Associates, has joined the Firm as Senior Attorney.
He will be working on matters of complex commerical litigation.
His extensive trial experience will be a great asset to the Firm.
The Firm is pleased to weclome Paul as part of the team.
April 2004 : Neal
Jacobs and Matthew
Cohen participate in the Pennsylvania Bar Institute's CLE series
"Business Divorce: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do."
April 2004 : Joshua
Gelman, formerly of the firm Lavin Coleman, has joined the Firm
as Associate. He will be working in the commercial litigation group
providing support in matters of complex commercial litigation and
general business law. The Firm is pleased to welcome Josh as part
of the team.
March 2004 : Jack
Rosenbloom negotiates a $250,000 settlement, in favor of the
Firm's client, stemming from a partnership dissolution.
March 2004 : The Firm files, on
behalf of streetballer Quenton Gittens ('Headache'), a claim against
The Basketball Marketing Company (d/b/a AND1) for: breach of contract,
trademark infringement and defamation.
February 2004 : The Firm unveils
General Counsel service for closely held, emerging growth and
middle market businesses.
February 2004 : Kevon
Glickman appears as a guest speaker for a group of Temple University