The Feldman Firm, LLC's 2018 - The Year In Numbers

Now that 2018 is behind us, The Feldman Firm, LLC proudly presents its Year In Numbers.

In 2018, The Feldman Firm, LLC:

Represented 30 different clients (businesses, organizations and individuals).


Represented clients in 8 different state and federal courts in Southeastern Pennsylvania.


Represented clients in more than 21 different types of legal matters and disputes.

The types of legal matters and disputes that The Feldman Firm, LLC handled for clients in 2018 included:

  1. Litigating claims involving the sale of a business;

  2. Litigating claims for breach of contract and promissory estoppel;

  3. Litigating claims between members of LLCs for breach of their businesses’ operating agreements and related tort claims;

  4. Litigating and negotiating objections to an accounting filed by the trustees of a charitable trust on behalf of a beneficiary of that trust;

  5. Litigating the breach of a settlement agreement;

  6. Litigating claims for fraud, breach of warranty, breach of a non-disclosure agreement, and tortious interference with contract claims in relation to purchased industrial equipment and related services;

  7. Litigating a real estate easement claim;

  8. Litigating a widow’s claim to liquidate investments made by her late husband;

  9. Issuing and serving Pennsylvania subpoenas based on out-of-state actions, and addressing compliance issues regarding those subpoenas;

  10. Collecting business debts;

  11. Working out payment plans for business debts owed;

  12. Reviving judgment liens for creditors;

  13. Reviewing and revising consulting contracts, master service agreements, and commercial leases;

  14. Assisting a landlord in resolving an appeal from her successful claim to eject a residential tenant;

  15. Advising organizations regarding claims that have not yet been filed, including contract claims, restrictive covenant claims, and trade secret misappropriation claims;

  16. Advising members of businesses regarding offers to purchase their interest in their business and discharge their personal guarantees of their business’s debt;

  17. Advising the owner of an unsecured claim against a bankrupt company regarding the potential sale of its claim;

  18. Negotiating a severance agreement for an executive being laid off from his company;

  19. Advising lenders on Small Business Administration (SBA) regulatory compliance issues related to the liquidation of loan collateral;

  20. Representing the seller of a home at a closing; and

  21. Representing homeowners in preparing an offer to subdivide and purchase a neighboring residential property.