Michael E. Peters of Eastburn and Gray is set to deliver remarks to the Pennsylvania State Tax Collectors’ Association’s annual conference on Friday in York.
Peters’ remarks will address current issues facing tax collectors throughout the state, and provide an update on pending tax collector lawsuits.
Peters serves as general counsel to the PSTCA and often advises the association’s members on matters relating to real estate tax collection.
He also represents municipalities in Bucks and Montgomery counties, as well as private commercial and residential clients before zoning hearing boards and municipal governing bodies in land development and zoning matters.
The Chartwell Law Offices attorney John M. Wutz presented at the National Retail and Restaurant Defense Association’s (NRRDA) Lighthouse Discovery Seminar in Columbus, Ohio. Wutz spoke as a panelist for the breakout session, “Retail Safety Experts Who Slip and Fail,” which focused on “best practices” for how to deal with and combat retail safety experts hired by plaintiffs’ attorneys.
The discussion looked at recent case rulings, and reviewed deposition and other discovery strategies to build a case for a successful Daubert motion.
Wutz frequently represents large national self-insured companies, domestic insurers and the Lloyd’s of London leading and following markets in the defense of premises liability, insurance fraud, wrongful arrest, automobile, products liability and general liability claims.
He is admitted to practice before the state and federal courts in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York.
Thomas J. Duffy is the recipient of the 2018 Justice Michael A. Musmanno Award. Duffy is scheduled to receive the award at a dinner Oct. 24 at The Bellevue Hotel in Center City Philadelphia.
The award is presented annually to an outstanding individual who represents the spirit and ideals of the late Justice Musmanno.
Duffy founded Duffy + Partners over 30 years ago with a focus on helping individuals and families who are the victims of devastating injuries.
He has successfully tried many motor vehicle accidents, construction accidents, products liability, medical malpractice, birth injury, spinal cord injury, and other catastrophic personal injury matters.
Duffy dedicates thousands of hours to charitable causes, including Magee Rehabilitation Hospital, where he is a member of the board of trustees.
He also established the “Duffy Fellowship,” which provides funds to underwrite a staff attorney at several legal service organizations in Philadelphia.
Reservations for the dinner can be made at www.PhilaTLA.org or by calling 215-732-2256.
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