I began my legal career in the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General Corps. I was both a prosecutor and defense counsel during my three years of service. After that, I joined the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Philadelphia and eventually became the chief of the Criminal Division. I handled high-profile cases in the areas of health care and insurance fraud. Then I entered private practice, first with a small firm, where I represented clients in the mass torts and insurance areas. Then I opened my own firm, where I continued to work on insurance cases and began handling securities cases. Finally, I joined a major Philadelphia firm, where I managed large commercial disputes, many of which were arbitrated.
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