WWR is proud to announce another successful fundraising campaign to support the March of Dimes. With approximately 450,000 babies born prematurely in the U.S. every year, and as the number one cause of infant mortality, WWR is committed to help end the crisis. Through the combined efforts of the Firm’s nine regional offices, WWR has raised approximately $250,000 since 2001 to support this critical cause....Read More
Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney Jon J. Lieberman of Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA (WWR) was recently appointed Associate Editor of the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) Journal. The flagship publication of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the ABI Journal is published 10 times a year and covers a wide range of insolvency issues and feature articles written by the most knowledgeable professionals in the field....Read More
WWR welcomes new Attorney Scott Best to the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania office, where he will practice in the Consumer Collections and Commercial Collections Practice Groups....Read More
It is an exciting time for WWR, as we welcome three new Attorneys to the Northern Ohio regional offices....Read More
WWR welcomes new Attorney Christopher Best to the Detroit, Michigan office, where he will practice in the Consumer Collections Practice Group....Read More
WWR congratulates Jon J. Lieberman, an attorney in the Consumer Bankruptcy Group, for being admitted to the State Bar of Michigan....Read More
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