Six Elliott Greenleaf Attorneys Selected as “Rising Stars” of the Pennsylvania Bar in a Statewide Survey

EG&S shareholders Kathryn M. Schilling, John P. Elliott, Brian R. Elias, Roger J. Harrington, and senior associates Colin D. Dougherty, and Stewart J. Greenleaf, Jr. have been selected as a “Pennsylvania Rising Star Lawyer” by Law & Politics based upon a statewide survey of Pennsylvania lawyers and judges. This recognition is awarded to only the […]

Elliott Greenleaf Wins Dismissal of Test Case Under Pennsylvania’s Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance Control Act

Elliott Greenleaf won Summary Judgment on behalf of the former Luzerne County Sheriff, a Deputy Sheriff and Luzerne County in an invasion of privacy claim brought pursuant to the Fourteenth Amendment based upon a video tape recording of actions taken by the Sheriff in its office. The Honorable A. Richard Caputo of the United States […]

Elliott Greenleaf Wins Multi-Million Dollar Jury Verdict in Property Condemnation Trial

After a five-day trial, a Bucks County jury returned a verdict in favor of Elliott Greenleaf’s clients, owners of a farm condemned by Lower Makefield Township for construction of a golf course. The jury found the landowners were entitled to $5,850,000, plus accrued interest, for a total verdict in excess of $7,000,000. This verdict ranks […]

Henry F. Siedzikowski and Mark A. Kearney Present Legal Education Seminar on Cutting-Edge Issues in the United States Federal Court of Appeals

Elliott Greenleaf’s Henry F. Siedzikowski and Mark A. Kearney were featured lecturers for a continuing legal education seminar on “Cutting-Edge Issues in the United States Court of Appeals”, as presented by the Montgomery Bar Association’s Federal Courts Committee. Mr. Kearney, on a panel chaired by Judge Kent A. Jordan of the United States Court of […]

ELLIOTT GREENLEAF WINS JUDGMENT DISMISSING PRISON GUARD’S FIRST AMENDMENT AND AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT CLAIM

Elliott Greenleaf won summary judgment for Luzerne County, Luzerne County Correctional Facility, the Warden, several correctional officers, and the Luzerne County Commissioners on a First Amendment and Americans with Disabilities Act Claim after a prison guard was terminated for being intoxicated in violation of prison policy. In Ronald A. Majewski v. Luzerne County, et al., […]

AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION SELECTS RAFAEL ZAHRALDDIN AS ONE OF SIX BUSINESS LAW AMBASSADORS FOR 2008-2010

Elliott Greenleaf’s Rafael X. Zahralddin has been selected by the American Bar Association’s Business Law Section as one of the six Business Law Ambassadors for 2008-2010. Rafael was selected as a Business Law Ambassador as he is an active member of a national bar organization for lawyers of color who has demonstrated a significant interest […]

RAYMOND J. SANTARELLI IS GUEST SPEAKER AT QUARTERLY MEETING OF DELAWARE COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF BOROUGHS

Elliott Greenleaf Shareholder, Raymond J. Santarelli, was an invited guest speaker at the Delaware County Association of Borough’s Quarterly Meeting at Brookhaven Borough Hall, in Brookhaven, Pennsylvania. Mr. Santarelli spoke to the membership regarding Pennsylvania’s RIght-to-Know law. The Delaware County Association of Boroughs represents the interests of twenty-seven (27) boroughs in Delaware County Pennsylvania. Mr. […]

Elliott Greenleaf Leads Creditors Committee to Significant Recovery For Creditors On Sale Of Assets

Elliott Greenleaf, as Delaware Counsel to the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors, announces that the successful sale of ProxyMed Transactional Services and its affiliates will bring a recovery of at least 75% for unsecured claims in the Proxymed Transactions, Inc. bankruptcy matter. An initial 6%-12% recovery was projected by the Debtors on the first day […]

Stewart J. Greenleaf Receives Zeiter Award For Improving Pennsylvania Statutory Law

Elliott Greenleaf senior shareholder, Stewart J. Greenleaf, received the William E. Zeiter Award for 2008 as a result of his “significant contribution toward the improvement of the statutory law of Pennsylvania”. In recognizing his efforts, the Statutory Law Committee of the Pennsylvania Bar Association properly commended Senator Greenleaf, “In view of your tireless efforts as […]

Elliott Greenleaf Wins Appeal on Employment Dispute

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court agreed with Elliott Greenleaf, and reversed a trial court’s award of back pay, seniority and other related benefits to a municipal employee, after the employee appealed his non-promotion to the Court of Common Pleas of Lackawanna County. Elliott Greenleaf appealed the trial court’s award to the Commonwealth Court. McAndrew v. Municipal […]