Console Mattiacci Law is proud to announce that Stephen G. Console, the founding partner of the firm, has been elected to the Fellows of the American Bar Foundation. Steve has over 36 years of practice and has been at the forefront for fighting for, and expanding, the rights of employees who are the victims of…Read More
In an opinion that has vast significance for the legal rights of older workers in the United States, Judge Timothy Rice granted partial summary judgment in favor of a former AT&T employee, Alison Ray, who had signed a release and then sued AT&T in Philadelphia federal court for age discrimination. The Court ruled that AT&T’s…Read More
We are proud to announce that Console Mattiacci Law attorney, Ortal (Tuli) Mendelawe, has been chosen to co-lead a group of 60 University of Pennsylvania Law School students on a one-week trip to Israel in March to explore the Israel-Palestine conflict. Tuli, who is Jewish-Israeli and a Penn Law LLM graduate, created the itinerary and organized the trip…Read More
Judge Mitchell S. Goldberg of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania denied Comcast’s motion to compel its former employee, Erica Miller, to arbitrate her disability discrimination claims. Ms. Miller’s complaint alleges that the company terminated her employment for false reasons, after over seven years of service, shortly after and as a result of her need for…Read More
Console Mattiacci Law Obtains 6.314 Million Dollar Verdict in Discrimination and Retaliation Case Against Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc.
A unanimous jury in Philadelphia federal court found in favor of Stephen Middlebrooks and concluded that he was retaliated against and subject to a retaliatory hostile work environment by Teva Pharmaceuticals for complaining about age and national origin (bias against US workers). The jury awarded: $200,000 for emotional distress damages; $332,000 in back pay; $450,000…Read More
PHILADELPHIA, November 7, 2018 — U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®, for the ninth consecutive year, announce the “Best Law Firms” rankings. Console Mattiacci Law has been named in the 2019 U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” list nationally in 1 practice area and regionally in 2 practice areas. Firms included in…Read More
On Thursday September 6, 2018, a $500,000 judgment was entered in favor of Dr. Kaede Ota and against the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (“CHOP”) in the case she filed for pregnancy discrimination and retaliation. Dr. Ota’s complaint sets forth detailed facts involving her treatment by her supervisor, Dr. Robert W. Doms, after she initially advised…Read More
Congratulations to Stephen Console, Laura Mattiacci and Susan Saint-Antoine for being recognized in the Lawdragon 500 Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Guide, an honor reserved for the top 500 employment lawyers nationwide. This is the first edition of Lawdragon’s 500 Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Guide. Lawdragon researched nationwide for the past two years before the inaugural guide was published. We at…Read More
Console Mattiacci Law Wins $850,000 Unanimous Jury Verdict (Not Including Front Pay and Attorney’s Fees) Against Temple University In Age, Retaliation, and Hostile Work Environment Case
PHILADELPHIA, PA, July 20, 2018 – Console Mattiacci Law, LLC won a unanimous jury verdict in federal court on behalf of former employee, Ruth Briggs, in an age discrimination, retaliation and hostile work environment case against Temple University. Ms. Briggs was represented by trial counsel Laura C. Mattiacci, Esquire and Rahul Munshi, Esquire, and assisted…Read More
Console Mattiacci Law won a unanimous jury verdict in federal court on behalf of former employee, Jack Gerundo, in an age discrimination case against AT&T. Mr. Gerundo, age 66 at the time, alleged that he was terminated by AT&T in connection with a “surplus” event that occurred in March of 2013, which resulted in many…Read More
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