Console Mattiacci Law, LLC recently represented Charles Nifong, the former chief investment officer and vice president of finance for Allentown-based CrossAmerica (formerly Lehigh Gas), a leading wholesale distributor of motor fuels and owner and lessee of real estate used in the retail distribution of motor fuels. On October 1, 2014, CST Brands Inc.—a Fortune 500…Read More
The oldest law journal in the United States, The Legal Intelligencer, published a column on July 12, 2017, entitled, “Inconsistent Performance Standards Dooms Defense Case.” The column focuses on the case of Larison v. FedEx Corporate Services, No. 16-5921 (E.D. Pa. June 9, 2017), in which the plaintiff is a client of Console Mattiacci Law.…Read More
PRESS RELEASE: Philadelphia – ATTENTION – Console Law Offices LLC has officially changed its name to Console Mattiacci Law, LLC. We are pleased to announce the addition of Laura C. Mattiacci as a named partner at Console Mattiacci Law. Ms. Mattiacci handles some of the firm’s most significant legal battles and has achieved numerous trial…Read More
Console Mattiacci Law, LLC Wins Federal Court Jury Verdict Against Lockheed Martin Totaling 51.56 Million Dollars
On January 26, 2017, Console Mattiacci Law, LLC won a jury verdict in federal court on behalf of former employee, Robert Braden, in an age discrimination case against Lockheed Martin Corporation. Mr. Braden was represented by Rahul Munshi and Emily R. Derstine Friesen, both of Console Mattiacci Law, LLC. The unanimous jury verdict was rendered…Read More
Trial Pro, Joseph Crawford, Recognizes Stephen Console as One of the Most Outstanding Employment Lawyers in the U.S.
Trial Pros: Pepper Hamilton’s Joseph Crawford Law360, New York (June 13, 2016, 2:16 PM ET) — Joseph C. Crawford is a partner in the commercial litigation practice group of Pepper Hamilton LLP and a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He has tried cases in many areas of the law, including breach of…Read More
In a victory against a corporation seeking to compel arbitration in an employment discrimination matter, Judge J. Curtis Joyner of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania denied defendant Fiserv, Inc.’s motion to compel arbitration. The case involves claims of employment discrimination based upon age, disability, and national origin, as well as…Read More