Dilworth Paxson Elects Three New Partners

February 16, 2012

Dilworth Paxson has announced that three attorneys have been elected to the partnership during the Annual End-Of-Year Meeting. "The firm is pleased to announce that these excellent young lawyers have been promoted to partner," said Joseph H. Jacovini, the firm's Chairman. "We know that Jesse, Tom and Mark will greatly contribute to Dilworth's continued success." "They are outstanding young lawyers and will carry on in the finest tradition of the firm." Stephen J. Harmelin, Co-Chairman.

The new Dilworth Partners are:

Jesse Silverman concentrates his practice on commercial and business litigation, consumer financial services litigation and bankruptcy law. He regularly represents financial institutions in matters involving the Federal Truth In Lending Act, Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act, predatory lending claims, and various state consumer protection statutes. He has also represented financial institutions, landlords, utilities, trustees, technology companies, investment funds and individuals in bankruptcy cases and proceedings across the country.

Thomas Vecchio advises banks, lenders, public and private corporations, businesses and individuals in all manners of disputes both prior to, during and after litigation in an effort to both achieve the intended goal in the most efficient manner and avoid future litigation. He is able to assist clients in the state and federal courts of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland and has successfully litigated matters of all sizes in all three forums. Specifically, Mr. Vecchio's practice is primarily focused on business disputes, shareholder actions, creditor's rights, asset recovery and professional liability actions.

Mark Wachlin focuses his practice on commercial litigation matters. He is also a member of the Corporate Investigations/White Collar group where he counsels healthcare clients on government investigations.

These individuals represent the finest traditions of Dilworth and we wish them continued success and good fortune.

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