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Feldman Shepherd Attorney James P. Faunes Elected Vice President of Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania

January 22, 2019

Feldman Shepherd is pleased to announce that attorney James P. Faunes has been elected Vice President of the Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania (HBAPA).

HBAPA is committed to the social, economic, professional, and educational advancement of Latino/Hispanic attorneys, law students, and community members. The association works collaboratively with other specialty, county, state, and national bar associations to promote the administration of justice and the social, professional, and educational advancement of Latinos.

Faunes said he looks forward to continuing the 40-year legacy of the Hispanic Bar Association’s commitment to the Latino community and supporting its members as they continue to lead within the Pennsylvania legal field.

Co-managing partner Mark W. Tanner commented: “We are pleased to support the Hispanic Bar Association and to share JP’s considerable talents. We are also proud of JP’s dedication and commitment to the HBAPA and the surrounding community, and we look forward to his continued leadership.”

At Feldman Shepherd, Faunes’ practice focuses on medical malpractice cases.

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