Matthew B. Weisberg, Attorney
Matthew Weisberg concentrates his practice on Consumer Fraud and Financial Injury based litigation, Mortgage Foreclosure, and Professional Negligence and Civil Rights. A peer acclaimed trial attorney, Matthew also represents individuals in Real Estate matters as well as in obtaining monetary compensation for victims of crime (financial and violent).
A true "Lawyer's Lawyer", Matthew is proud to continuously receive referrals and praise from unaffiliated attorneys (even surprisingly from those who were once his opposing counsel) and community leaders. He also serves as an expert witness in complex legal malpractice and title insurance matters, including having been retained by a recent opponent's law firm.
Prior to joining the Firm, Matthew practiced with Weber, Gallagher, Simpson, Stapleton, Fires & Newby, L.L.P. (focusing on general liability defense and commercial foreclosures), and McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. (representing large, primarily sub-prime lenders and investors in residential mortgage foreclosure and lender liability related litigation). Matthew also clerked for the Honorable Albert W. Sheppard, Jr., and was an extern for the Australian Federal Parliament. For the Parliament, he published "G-D Save the Queen," on behalf of The Hon. Brendan Nelson, M.P. (Leader of the Liberal Party).
He lives with his son and wife in Montgomery County, and enjoys reading and cigars.
Admitted to practice in both state and federal courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, in 2005, Mr. Weisberg was also admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court (where he was administered the oath by late Chief Justice Rehnquist just weeks before his passing).
He regularly appears live on " The Real Estate Connection " and WURD (900 AM), and recently appeared live on "Fox and Friends" and "CNN." He has been featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer, New York Times and USA Today.
Matthew has been appointed Counsel to Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors Association and Jewish Holocaust Survivors Association, as well as Habitat for Humanity-Delaware Valley.
Pro Bono and in conjunction with the office of State Senator Shirley Kitchen, Mr. Weisberg consistently offers consumer foreclosure and lending counseling at various churches and schools throughout North Philadelphia. On the last Saturday of every month, he provides legal assistance for "walk-ins" to Sen. Kitchen's Philadelphia office.
On May 22, 2008, Matthew received the 2008 Third District Community Leader Award, presented to him at the 12th Annual Senior Citizens and Community Leaders Luncheon.
|Education:||The Pennsylvania State University B.A.|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court District of New Jersey|
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court Middle District of Pennsylvania
U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. Court of Appeals 3rd Circuit
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