• 11/01/2017

    Hill Wallack LLP partner David J. Truelove to serve on Merit Selection Panel in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

    News Release

    Yardley, PA November 1, 2017 --- David J. Truelove will serve on the Merit Selection Panel for the Reappointment of Thomas J. Reuter as United States Magistrate Judge. Service on this Committee greatly enhances the ability to administer justice in the United States District Court for the Eastern Pennsylvania District.

    The Magistrate Judge performs a critical function in the administration of justice in the federal courts. The Board of Judges looks to the Merit Selection Panel for guidance in the decision whether to reappoint a Magistrate Judge.

    David J. Truelove is a partner in the Yardley, Pa. office of Hill Wallack LLP and is chair of the firm’s Employment & Labor Law practice group. His areas of concentration include municipal and school law, labor law, employment matters and complex litigation. At a time when local government budgets are strained to their limits, Mr. Truelove is a recognized labor lawyer, who has successfully represented municipalities, school districts and other public entities throughout Bucks County, Montgomery County and the surrounding region in a wide variety of high-profile collective bargaining matters, including contract negotiations, grievances, arbitrations, unfair labor practices and organizational matters.

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