MyPhillyLawyer sponsoring Variety’s Oct. 19 “Kids With Heart Talent Show”

MyPhillyLawyer is proud to announce that it is serving as the Presenting Sponsor for the 2011 "Kids With Heart Talent Show," which is hosted by Variety – The Children's Charity of Greater Philadelphia. The event will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at The Prince Music Theater, 1412 Chestnut Street, starting at 6 p.m. and will feature performances by many of the children who are clients of the longtime children's charity here in the Delaware...

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MyPhillyLawyer Court Radio Show Alert: Now Broadcasting on 100.3 FM

Starting this Sunday, Sept. 11, MyPhillyLawyer's popular and engaging Court Radio Show will move to a new station number on your FM dial. This week the show's radio home WRNB FM moved and is now broadcasting on 100.3 FM, which will allow the station to broaden its reach and listening audience compared to its former home at 107.9 FM. [caption id="attachment_1383" align="alignleft" width="287" caption="Dean I. Weitzman, managing partner of MyPhillyLawyer and host of MyPhillyLawyer's Court...

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MyPhillyLawyer negotiates resignation of embattled Philadelphia Schools Superintendent Arlene Ackerman

Embattled Philadelphia Schools Superintendent Arlene C. Ackerman formally resigned her post today in a contract settlement negotiated by the legal team at MyPhillyLawyer. Behind the scenes over the last month, the lawyers of MyPhillyLawyer represented Ackerman throughout the process, ensuring that the terms of her employment contract and compensation were fully met and that the school system would be able to move on with new leadership in an orderly transition. Under the agreement, Ackerman will...

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MyPhillyLawyer’s Dean Weitzman to talk about pool safety tomorrow at noon on CBS 3-TV’s “Talk Philly” program

With the summer swimming season now upon us across the Delaware Valley, MyPhillyLawyer attorney Dean I. Weitzman will appear on the “Talk Philly” program on KYW-TV3 at noon tomorrow to remind viewers about the importance of swimming pool safety. Weitzman will present pool safety tips to remind families of the importance of prevention when it comes to swimming pool tragedies. The live show will air from 12 p.m.to 12:30 p.m. with co-hosts Ukee Washington and...

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MyPhillyLawyer’s Dean Weitzman to be inducted as a member of the Philadelphia Martin Luther King, Jr. Association for Nonviolence Inc.

Dean I. Weitzman, the managing partner of MyPhillyLawyer, will be inducted today as one of nine new board members for The Philadelphia Martin Luther King, Jr. Association for Nonviolence, Inc. Weitzman and the other new members will join the group's board in ceremonies at the offices of Herman J. "Pete" Matthews, president of AFSCME District Council 33 in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Martin Luther King, Jr. Association for Nonviolence works in the community to preserve and...

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MyPhillyLawyer Attorney Profiles: Frank Breitman, 30 years of legal experience in personal injury, criminal cases,real estate and more

When Frank Breitman joined MyPhillyLawyer in January of 2007, he had already covered the waterfront in the practice of law. In his diverse career, he's worked in a public defender's office and has handled tax cases, real estate matters, civil cases, collection cases and just about everything in between. But the work that really gets his legal juices flowing is representing clients in personal injury cases and helping them get their lives back on track...

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MyPhillyLawyer Profile: Robert S. Nix brings a wide range of experience to MyPhillyLawyer

Another in an occasional series of behind-the-scenes profiles on the staff attorneys of MyPhillyLawyer Attorney Robert S. Nix joined MyPhillyLawyer in September – but it isn't the first time he's been with the firm. In fact, Nix, who has been practicing law for more than 13 years in the Philadelphia area, actually has returned to MyPhillyLawyer, where he worked as a law clerk back in 1995 when he was a first-year law student at the...

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Freed from prison after 35 years following DNA testing, James Bain to receive award at Philadelphia Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration

It took 35 long years for justice to prevail, but James Bain's release from a Florida prison in December for a crime he didn't commit will be celebrated this weekend at several events here in Philadelphia. Mr.  Bain, who was freed on Dec. 17, will receive the 2010 Drum Major Award for Criminal Justice from the Philadelphia Martin Luther King Jr. Association for Non-Violence in ceremonies at 12:30 p.m. EDT on Monday, Jan. 18.  The...

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