Dilworth Adds Litigation Attorney Douglas Weck

March 23, 2022

Dilworth Paxson LLP announced today the addition of Douglas Weck to the firm’s Cherry Hill office, as an Associate in the litigation department.

“We are thrilled to welcome Doug to our litigation team,” said Dilworth Chairman Larry McMichael. “Recruiting lawyers of his caliber is a primary Dilworth objective. He will join a practice of some of the finest litigators in our region and carry on their tradition of excellence.” 

Doug represents businesses in sophisticated commercial litigation matters involving construction issues, breach of contract, creditors’ rights/loan workout, business torts, insurance coverage, and employment disputes.

Having handled countless criminal appellate matters in state and federal courts, Doug is an experienced appellate litigator. Prior to joining Dilworth, he served as the head of the Civil Litigation Unit at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, where he advocated for victims of crime and the prosecutors who protected them. As a both a prosecutor and civil litigator, Doug handled complex defensive and affirmative civil litigation, including civil rights, consumer fraud, open records, and employment litigation, in addition to criminal appellate cases.

Doug earned his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he was the senior editor of the University of Pennsylvania Law Review. He received his Ph.D. in legal philosophy from University of Pennsylvania and his B.A. in philosophy from Syracuse University, with summa cum laude distinction.

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