Litigation Attorney Veronica Saltz Turner Joins Clark Hill’s Philadelphia, PA office
Philadelphia, PA- Distinguished litigator Veronica Saltz Turner has joined Clark Hill PLC as a Member. In her nearly 30-year career, Saltz Turner has tried over 100 cases in state and federal courts in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Connecticut. Saltz Turner also has argued before the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and in the state appellate courts for Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She has represented clients in industries including aviation, hospitality, transportation and insurance in matters involving product liability, employment discrimination, trademark infringement, ERISA and life, health, and disability.
“We are delighted to welcome Veronica to our firm and the Philadelphia office,” announced Lauri A. Kavulich, Member-in-Charge of the firm’s Philadelphia and Princeton offices. “Veronica’s noteworthy experiences in civil trial and her devotion to excellent client service are the perfect match with Clark Hill’s commitment to client-centered solutions.”
Saltz Turner graduated from Fordham University summa cum laude and valedictorian and received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. She is admitted to the bars of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Clark Hill PLC provides distinctive solutions to a diverse range of businesses, public entities and individuals both nationally and internationally. Our talented attorneys and professionals use deep industry, policy and technical knowledge to provide innovative solutions to complex issues. Client’s objectives always set the agenda and together we collaborate on strategies, put up defenses, cut through obstacles and connect to business opportunities to get the best results possible. Our purpose is clear, to provide the best client service and guide clients to paths that generate growth and success.
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