We are pleased to announce that Roy H. Gordon, Esquire has joined the firm. Mr. Gordon is a
litigation attorney who concentrates his practice in commercial, employment and general civil litigation.
He is a graduate of Stockton University (cum laude) and earned his law degree and MBA from Rutgers
University. Mr. Gordon was a legal intern at the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office and PECO and
served as a law clerk for the Honorable Michael Haas. He previously worked for Bochetto & Lentz, P.C., a
boutique litigation firm in Philadelphia. Mr. Gordon is licensed in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He
is experienced in cases involving general commercial litigation, The Wage Payment and Collection Law,
trade secrets litigation, copyright litigation, cases involving the Americans with Disabilities Act and the
Age Discrimination and Employment Act, and covenants not to compete. He regularly litigates matters
involving personal injury claims, defamation and real estate defect and construction issues. Mr. Gordon
also has extensive experience in cemetery litigation.
Mr. Brahin was recently nominated as a "Super Lawyer." This designation
is reserved for the top 10% of attorneys in a particular state. In order to obtain
this status, the attorney must go through a rigorous peer review process. For more information,
go to www.superlawyers.com;
Mr. Brahin was recently named by the Honorable Robert J. Mellon to serve
on the Bucks County Injunction Practices Committee. This committee was formed by
Judge Mellon to review and implement recommendations for practice and procedure
regarding Temporary Restraining Orders and Preliminary Injunctions in Bucks County. The
recommendations of this Committee have been adopted by Judge Mellon.
Mr. Brahin was selected, for the 3rd year in a row, as the Co-Presenter
of the Bucks County Business Law Institute. The Institute provides continuing legal
education for attorneys and judges regarding business, corporate and commercial law matters.
There is typically a keynote session by a judge from the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas,
and two parallel one-hour courses held throughout the day. The past two Institutes
have been a resounding success, with over 65 attendees apiece and extremely positive reviews.
Mr. Brahin has been selected by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute to present a
seminar "Confessions of Judgment: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly" at PBI’s 2018 Real Estate
Institute. The seminar will focus on drafting and negotiating cognovit clauses, obtaining
judgments, execution procedure, filing and litigating Petitions to Open and Petitions to Strike,
as well as substantive law considerations and practical tips. The Seminar will be held
at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, December 6, 2018.
Mr. Brahin recently had an opinion published in the Bucks County Law Reporter in a
case where he represented the prevailing party. In GOE International, LLC v. Steel Services, Inc.,
Bucks Co. L. Rep. Vol. 91, No. 35, 8/30/2018, pp. 16-21, the Plaintiff sued Steel Services, Inc., in a
commercial dispute. Mr. Brahin successfully argued for dismissal of the case for lack of jurisdiction
in Pennsylvania, as Steel Services, Inc., is a Virginia company and the transaction occurred in
Mr. Brahin recently made a presentation to the Greater Bux-Mont Chamber of
Commerce on "Does Your Corporation Really Protect You? Piercing The Corporate Veil." The program
focused on different ways that a creditor or Plaintiff can attempt to obtain a judgment against a
shareholder, director, manager/member or officer of a corporation or llc, and what measures
a business can develop to protect itself.