Gaetan J. Alfano Appointed to the Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners

June 19, 2013

Gaetan J. Alfano, a name partner in the law firm of Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti, LLP, was recently appointed to the Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners for a three-year term.

The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners is empowered by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. The PA Board of Law Examiners is sanctioned to recommend the admissions of persons to the bar and the practice of law. The board is also responsible for recommending rules pertaining to admission to the bar.

Mr. Alfano is Co-Chair of the firm’s Litigation Practice Group.  He is recognized as a top litigator by his peers and he has extensive experience in commercial disputes, employment disputes, insurance insolvency and white collar criminal defense. Mr. Alfano has been nominated and selected by his peers as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer every year from 2004 through 2013, an honor reserved by 5% of the Pennsylvania Bar.

Mr. Alfano is a member of the American, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Philadelphia Bar Associations.  He currently serves as a member of the Philadelphia Bar Association Judicial Commission.

Mr. Alfano is heavily involved in community service through the Justinian Society, a group of Italian American lawyers and judges.  He has held a number of offices within the Society and its charitable branch, the Justinian Foundation, where he currently serves as Treasurer.

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