Dilworth Paxson LLP Welcomes Margaret Persico and Nicholas M. Donzuso to Firm


March 28, 2017 (Philadelphia, PA) - Dilworth Paxson LLP is pleased to welcome Margaret Persico to the Firm’s Philadelphia office and Nicholas M. Donzuso to the Cherry Hill, New Jersey office. Both attorneys have joined Dilworth as associates in the Firm’s Litigation department.

Margaret Persico represents both private and public sector clients in a variety of litigation matters, including contract disputes and labor and employment issues. Prior to joining Dilworth, she served as the Economics and Justice Director in the Office of Presidential Personnel at the White House. Margaret earned her Juris Doctor from Temple University School of Law and received her Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs from George Washington University. 

Nicholas M. Donzuso concentrates his practice primarily in general civil litigation, but also maintains a particular emphasis on construction litigation, complex personal injury matters including motor vehicle (private passenger, buses and trucking), dram shop, premises, product liability, and catastrophic injury/death matters. Nicholas received his Juris Doctor from Rutgers School of Law – Camden and his Bachelor of Arts from Arcadia University. 

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