HARRISBURG, Pa. (PRWEB) August 5, 2005
Attorney Gaetan J. Alfano, an experienced business litigator and founding shareholder of Miller Alfano & Raspanti, a law firm called one of PhiladelphiaÂs Âpremier litigation boutiquesÂ has been appointed by Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell to the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission (ÂDRJTBCÂ).
A native Philadelphian, listed for the past two years in Philadelphia Magazine as one of PennsylvaniaÂs ÂSuper Lawyers,Â Alfano is one of five Pennsylvanians on the 10-member commission. The DRJTBC operates 20 bridges between Pennsylvania and New Jersey along 139 miles of the Delaware River from Bucks County to the New York State line.
A 1977 magna cum laude graduate of Villanova University, Alfano was graduated in 1980 from the UniversityÂs School of Law and then gained extensive trial experience as an Assistant District Attorney during RendellÂs tenure at the head of the city prosecutorÂs office.
Miller Alfano & Raspanti (http://www.mar-law.com) is a mid-sized Philadelphia law firm whose credo of meticulous preparation and extensive courtroom experience allows it to act quickly and decisively for clients. Alfano has extensive litigation experience in commercial and employment disputes, insurance insolvency litigation and white-collar criminal defense.
A Wallingford resident, Alfano is a member of the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and American Bar Associations. He also is a veteran member of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Disciplinary BoardÂs Hearing Committee.
AlfanoÂs commitment to community service includes membership in the Justinian Society, a legal organization whose members include Italian American lawyers, judges and law students. He has held a number of offices within the Society and its charitable branch, the Justinian Foundation.
Gaetan J. Alfano
Miller Alfano & Raspanti
1818 Market Street, Suite 3402
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Editors: This news release and a headshot of Gaetan Alfano are posted at http://www.PRforLAW.com.
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