Swartz Campbell’s professional liability group found itself in the spotlight more than once in 2016. The firm successfully defended attorneys Dolores M. Troiani and Bebe H. Kivitz, who represented Andrea Constand in her civil suit against Bill Cosby, when they were hit with a subsequent lawsuit in which the comedian alleged they violated confidentiality provisions of a settlement agreement. Meanwhile, in a case that rocked the Pennsylvania legal community, Swartz Campbell also successfully appealed a trial court’s nearly $1 million sanctions award against attorney Nancy Raynor.

What were some of the department’s most satisfying successes of 2016, and why?

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