• 12/11/2018

    Hill Wallack Partner David Truelove Named Goldberg Award Winner by Bucks County Bar Association

    News Release

    Yardley, PA, December 11, 2018 --- Hill Wallack LLP is pleased to announce that its Yardley office partner David J. Truelove was presented with the Mark E. Goldberg Award by the Bucks County Bar Association at an Association dinner on December 6 at the Association offices in Doylestown.

    The Association gives the award annually to a member who demonstrates “a continuing commitment to community service outside the legal profession; exhibiting proven legal competence, honor, trust, service, and respect for the rule of law and the administration of justice.”

    A partner in the firm’s Yardley, Pennsylvania office, Truelove serves in Hill Wallack’s Employment and Labor, School Law, Municipal Law, and Internal Investigations and Complex Litigation practice groups.

    He represents and counsels public and private sector clients in various aspects of union and collective bargaining matters, including organizing efforts, contract renewals, grievance arbitrations, and unfair labor practice matters. He also works with clients in public finance, budget, personnel and collective bargaining matters.

    Truelove frequently appears and litigates before various agencies, commissions and tribunals, including the NLRB, the EEOC, the PHRC, NJ PERC, and PLRB. He is also regularly selected as an arbitrator and mediator in insurance and employment and labor disputes.

    In addition to his extensive legal work, Truelove is actively involved in a number of community and charitable organizations, including the Big Brothers program over the last 20 years. His volunteer work there was cited by the Commonwealth’s House of Representatives in 2009 and 2017, and he was named “Big Brother of the Year” by the Pennsylvania State Senate in 2017. He is active in the Lions Club and Pennsbury Athletic Association, and coaches baseball in the Yardley-Morrisville American Legion Baseball Club, coaches youth basketball, and plays baseball himself.

    He was a member of the Board of the Pennsbury Charter School Center for Student Learning, has served as band chaperone for the Pennsbury School District, and served on the Lower Makefield Youth Aid Panel and the Lower Makefield Township’s Bike and Pathways Committee. He is actively engaged in the Bucks County Democratic Party.

    At the Bucks County Bar Association, he served as president in 2017, and recently chaired the Legislative Committee. He offers his services pro bono through the Protection from Abuse program.