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Feldman Shepherd Partner JP Faunes Appointed Vice Chair of the Judicial Commission of the Philadelphia Bar Association

June 29, 2022

Feldman Shepherd is pleased to announce that JP Faunes has been appointed to serve as Vice Chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Commission on Judicial Selection and Retention.

The Commission on Judicial Selection and Retention evaluates candidates for judicial office and provides objective, nonpartisan ratings for the benefit of the voting public. Prior to his appointment as Vice Chair, Faunes served as an investigator for the Commission.

“The work of the Commission is profoundly important, and its investigators and members dedicate significant time and energy to its mission. I am thankful to the Board of Governors for this opportunity and look forward to working closely with Commission Chair Niki Ingram as she continues in her tireless stewardship,” Faunes said.

“We are pleased that our partner, JP, will have this opportunity to contribute to the important mission of the Judicial Commission, and we are confident that all who participate will benefit from JP’s thoughtful and tireless approach to whatever task he faces,” said Feldman Shepherd Co-Managing Shareholder Mark W. Tanner.

At Feldman Shepherd, Faunes’ practice focuses on medical malpractice, birth injury, and other catastrophic personal injury cases. In addition to his work with the Philadelphia Bar Association, Faunes sits on numerous Boards of Directors throughout the Philadelphia legal and nonprofit communities and maintains an active pro bono practice.

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