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Eric N. Anderson, a partner and executive committee member of Meyer Darragh Buckler Bebenek & Eck, PLLC, has been appointed by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania as the Board Chair for the Pennsylvania Lawyers Fund for Client Security.
The Fund was created in 1992 for the purpose of providing reimbursement to individuals whose lawyers have misappropriated the funds of their clients, and Mr. Anderson was first appointed to The Fund’s Board in 2007. The Board is comprised of seven members, all of whom are appointed by the Supreme Court and serve without compensation.
"I consider it a true honor to be a member of the Fund, and I look forward to serving as the Board’s Chair," said Mr. Anderson.
A graduate of Colgate University and the University of Pittsburgh Law School, Mr. Anderson has developed a reputation as an outstanding trial attorney, representing corporate and organization clients in aviation, banking, commercial litigation, insurance, personal injury, products liability, and transportation. He is a member of the Academy of Trial Lawyers of Allegheny County. In addition, Mr. Anderson continues his life-long commitment to legal representation for all citizens with his membership in the Neighborhood Legal Services Association through which he provides pro bono legal work to plaintiffs in Protection from Abuse hearings.
Established in 1913, Meyer Darragh is a Pennsylvania law firm serving a broad spectrum of corporate, business, professional, governmental and individual clients on a local, state, regional and national basis.Full Press Release may be found here
Meyer Darragh's Pittsburgh office served as the welcoming venue for an event benefiting Southwinds, Inc., a non-profit agency providing quality residential care and life skills training for adults with developmental challenges throughout Allegheny County.
The March 10, 2011 networking and beer tasting event was hosted by Duquesne Women's Law Association and the Young Lawyer's Division of the ACBA, and provided an opportunity for Duquesne Law students to meet with young lawyers in the Pittsburgh area.
While meeting and greeting, guests sampled good food and the featured beverage, the newly reemerged Duquesne Beer. The Duquesne Bottling Company is owned by Mark and Maria Dudash. Mr. Dudash is a Duquesne Law alum.
Pittsburgh, PA -- Meyer Darragh Buckler Bebenek & Eck, PLLC, a Pittsburgh-based law firm with an additional fully-staffed office in Greensburg, is pleased to announce that attorney Edward G. Brandenstein has joined the firm. In addition, Lexington V. Wolff has returned to the firm in a law clerk capacity while awaiting the results of her Bar examination. *SEE UPDATE BELOW!*
Joining the Meyer Darragh Pittsburgh office, Mr. Brandenstein will concentrate his practice primarily in defense of transportation, products liability and premises liability matters. Mr. Brandenstein is a 1991 graduate of Penn State University with a B.A. in political science, and he earned his law degree from Widener University School of Law in 1994 where he was awarded membership in the Trial Advocacy Honor Society. He began practicing law in 1994, and is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Maryland.
Lexington Wolff has been a valuable asset to Meyer Darragh's Pittsburgh legal team as a law clerk since 2010. A 2008 graduate of Duquesne University with a major in journalism, and a 2011 graduate of Duquesne University School of Law, Ms. Wolff continues to contribute her talent and ability, and garner valuable experience, assisting the firm's attorneys in a wide variety of matters. Ms. Wolff presently plans to focus her civil litigation practice in insurance and lemon law defense, toxic tort, and criminal defense work.
Established in 1913, Meyer Darragh is a mid-sized Pennsylvania law firm serving a broad spectrum of corporate, business, professional, governmental and individual clients on a local, state, regional and national basis.