PITTSBURGH - (May 8, 2013) Bentz Law Firm attorney David Barton today welcomed the Board of Governors of the Pennsylvania Bar Association to the City of Pittsburgh at their Annual Meeting being held at Pittsburgh's Wyndham Grand Hotel. In his remarks, Barton congratulated outgoing PBA President Tom Wilkinson on completing his one year term as leader of the PBA. Barton also acknowledged the importance of the partnership with lawyers and judges to advance the interests of justice, and offered his support to incoming PBA President Forest N. Myers of Franklin County. In addition to his law practice with the Bentz Law Firm, Barton has served as a magisterial district judge in Allegheny County since 1996. He was appointed statewide PBA liaison from Pennsylvania's Special Court Judges Assocation.
Len Spagnolo has written an article explaining how businesses can be required to return payments they received for goods and services they sold to customers who end up in bankruptcy. The article, entitled "Count to 90 Before You Count Your Money" contains information every business person must know to protect their business before their customer files bankruptcy. You can access the free article by Clicking Here.
Amy Bentz has been selected by her peers for inclusion in the 2013 Best Lawyers in America listing in the practice area of Construction Law.
Len Spagnolo has been appointed as a mediator and early neutral evaluator in two federal courts, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania and the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Len Spagnolo completed mediation training and certification at Northwestern University and is now accepting cases for mediation in all areas of dispute and conflict.
Bentz Law Firm, P.C. is rated AV Preeminent.