Marc I. Simon, Esquire, the Managing Partner of Simon & Simon, PC, concentrates his practice in personal injury litigation. He provides aggressive and honest representation to injured victims and their families.
Prior to forming Simon & Simon, P.C., Mr. Simon was a commercial litigator at two large Philadelphia law firms where he represented businesses and individuals, in injury, environmental, contractual, construction, and real estate matters. Additionally, Mr. Simon is an NBA-certified agent and was a Division I college basketball player for Columbia University in New York City.
Mr. Simon is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar, and licensed to practice before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. He has been a featured lecturer on "Ethical Issues in Athlete Representation", at the 2007 Widener Law School Sports and Entertainment Law Symposium and guest presenter at Drexel University Career Day Featured panelist at Temple University's 2007 Tourism and Hospitality Management Career Planning Seminar. He has also authored various publications, including "Partition Actions Between Joint Tenants in Pa. After Nicholson" The Legal Intelligencer, August 31, 2006"The CAN-SPAM Act of 2003: Is Congressional Regulation of Unsolicited Commercial E-mail Constitutional?" Journal of High Technology Law; 4 JHTL 85 2004"The Bush Administration Agenda: The Use of Fire as a Smokescreen for Eliminating Citizen Participation in National Forests Management Decisions: Albany University School of Law Environmental Outlook Journal; Fall 2005, 10 Alb. L. Envtl. Outlook J. 353.
A native of Abington, Pennsylvania, Mr. Simon attended Shipley High School in Bryn Mawr, PA and then earned his undergraduate degree from Columbia University, in New York City. He then obtained his law degree from Villanova University, graduating Magna Cum Laude and received the prestigious Order of the Coif Award bestowed on members of the graduating class who obtain a grade point average in the top ten percent of the entire class.
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