Michael Duffy | Philadelphia Business and Bankruptcy Lawyer
Duffy Law is your business and bankruptcy law firm. We're dedicated to the success of your business, and understand the concerns that go along with managing a successful enterprise.
At the heart of Center City Philadelphia, with offices in South Jersey as well, Duffy Law, LLC provides outstanding legal representation for business and individual clients throughout the region in matters of business law, bankruptcy and more.
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Chahua v. Astrue, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY
Practice Area: Social Security
Outcome: Decision for client plaintiff awarding back benefits for seven years totaling over $60,000
Description: Client was unlawfully denied social security disability benefits, with repeated incorrect ALJ decisions after several federal district court remands. This was an appeal to the federal district court based on an incorrect ALJ decision denying disability status and back benefits.
|Honors & Awards:|
ICC International Medication Competition International Chamber of Commerce, Paris, France 2011
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