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Feldman Shepherd Partner Jason Daria Elected Vice President of Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association

July 11, 2023

Feldman Shepherd is pleased to announce that partner Jason A. Daria has been elected Vice President of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association (PTLA). Under the association’s by-laws, he will be elevated to President Elect in 2024 and assume the office of President in 2025. He will be the sixth Feldman Shepherd partner to serve as President of PTLA.

PTLA is comprised of civil and criminal litigation attorneys and is the oldest trial lawyer organization in Pennsylvania. The organization’s members are dedicated to the preservation of the American justice system and the protection of an individual’s right of access to the courts.

Daria most recently served as PTLA’s Secretary and was previously Assistant Secretary and a member of the Board of Directors for several years before becoming an officer.

“It is an honor to be elected Vice President. I look forward to the privilege of serving as a leader in PTLA, advancing its important work of promoting justice, and following the example set by past Presidents from Feldman Shepherd,” Daria said.

“The trial lawyer community is fortunate indeed to look forward to Jason’s wise, patient and thoughtful leadership,” said Feldman Shepherd Co-Managing Partner Alan M. Feldman. “We are particularly proud to have produced more PTLA presidents than any other firm, which we hope underscores our shared commitment to professional service and to access to justice for all.”

At Feldman Shepherd, Daria’s practice focuses on complex civil litigation involving motor vehicle and trucking accidents, construction accidents, premises and product liability, personal injury, and medical malpractice.

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