Following a hearing before U.S. JUDGE Timothy R. Rice, the Honorable Juan R. Sanchez today detained attorneys J. Michael Farrell and Stephen P. Patrizio in civil contempt for making available to their clients tranches of investigations, contrary to a protection order made by Judge Sanchez at United States v. Whitfield, Parnell, et al., Criminal No. 12-418. Announced U.S. Attorney Zane David Memeger. Lawyers Farrell and Patrizio as well as the government approved in writing the sanctions of non-compliance that the court later issued after reviewing the terms of the agreement. Special Master, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, charged with divesting assets in a private matter Clayton Act St.
Joseph`s College (now St. Joseph`s University), B.A., 1974 He taught at Lancaster Catholic High School from 1974 to 1977 and was an associate professor at Millersville University, Franklin and Marshall College, and Temple University`s Beasley School of Law. Trustee, Lancaster Catholic High School, 2013 – now Biesecker v. Cerebral Palsy Association, March 2018. Lawrence Stengel, a former District Justice, has been appointed Chief of the United States District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Tom Knapp. Lancaster Journal. (July 31, 2017) Justice Stengel received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Saint Joseph University in 1974 and in 1980 his J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where he worked at the Law Review. Early in his career, from 1980 to 1984, he practiced in Pittsburgh with Dickie, McCamey and Chilcote, P.C. From 1985 to 1990, he started his own practice in Lancaster with his father Lawrence E. Stengel.
Board Member, Lancaster Catholic High School, 1986 – 1990 “In Pursuit of Civil Discourse”, Donegal High School Democracy Day, 1 November 2019. “A Judge`s Perspective on Litigation and Practice,” Lancaster Area Paralegal Association 5th Annual Civil Conference, September 13, 2019 Board of Directors, and Chair, Selection Committee, Leadership Lancaster, 1990 – 1996 In addition, Richter Stengel works with Saxton & Stump`s Labor and Employment and Intellectual Property groups together and has extensive experience in different types of employment cases as well as patents. Trademark, copyright and trade secret disputes. He is also a member of the firm`s Judicial and Disciplinary Ethics Practice, led by Hon. Robert A. Graci (Ret`d), and often advises the firm`s commercial litigation practice by reviewing and strengthening the case for trial. The retired federal judge gives a judgment on how we choose judges. Lawrence F. Stengel Lancaster Journal. (September 15, 2019) The lawyers claimed that this broadcast was accidental and unintentional in order to violate the Tribunal`s protection order.