Two Attorneys Join Williams Cedar Legal Team
The legal team at Williams Cedar is pleased to announce the addition of two new attorneys to their staff. The firm began earlier this year, as a merger of long-time colleagues from the Cedar Law Firm and Williams Cuker Berezofsky. A new partner and a new associate will join the firm’s eight existing attorneys and other staff members.
Diane Fenner, the firm’s new partner, comes with a vast range of experience in mass torte, and pharmaceutical and medical device litigation. She will, along with Kevin Haverty, bolster the firm’s involvement in these areas. Part of that support will involve representation of diabetics injured through the use of Medtronic’s recently recalled insulin delivery system.
Shauna Friedman, who worked her way through law school as a paralegal at Cedar Law, will now serve Williams Cedar as its newest associate attorney. Her extensive experience with personal injury and environmental litigation will serve her well in her new role. She is already hard at work as an integral part of several of the firm’s trial teams.
Williams Cedar currently represents victims of groundwater contamination and toxic chemical releases; injured railroad workers; military veterans in their claim for benefits; employees deprived of overtime compensation; victims of police abuse, malicious prosecution, and wrongful convictions; victims of sexual harassment in the workplace, schools, and other institutions; consumers in class actions; victims of civil rights violations; and a wide range of personal injury litigation, including victims hurt by defective machines, in truck and car crashes, or on negligently constructed or maintained premises.
If you are in need of advocacy in any of our practice areas, call the legal team at Williams Cedar at 215-557-0099. You can also contact us online for a free consultation. Williams Cedar represents clients throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and nationwide, with offices that are centrally located in Philadelphia and Cherry Hill, New Jersey.