F. Warren Jacoby Reappointed Co-Chair of the PBA’s Gaming Law Committee

Tuesday, May 2, 2023

PHILADELPHIA, May 2, 2023F. Warren Jacoby, a member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation Department, has been reappointed as the co-chair of the Gaming Law Committee for the Pennsylvania Bar Association. The Gaming Law Committee reviews, studies, and makes recommendations concerning legislative proposals in the area of gaming law. It promotes the understanding of laws, regulations, and court decisions in the gaming area; and develops materials and educational programs of interest to the gaming practitioner to encourage improvements and professionalism in the field of gaming law.

Jacoby is a commercial litigator with an emphasis on construction law. He has notably diverse experience and is a sought-after advocate and adviser who serves companies in the construction, real estate, and financial services industries. Jacoby represents clients in their most significant commercial litigation and regularly provides strategic counsel on operations and contracts to help clients avoid potential disputes. He is also a vice chairman of the firm and a member of the Advisory Committee that counsels the firm’s board of directors and management committee.

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