Stewart A. Bernstein
Our senior partner, Mr. Bernstein, has been practicing law since 1970 and has handled some of our firm's toughest liability cases, winning verdicts and settlements in excess of $5 million. His cases have been published in the Pennsylvania Jury Verdict Review. He is a graduate of Central High and received his Juris Doctor from Temple Law School. Mr. Bernstein has represented clients throughout the country including the Idaho Medical Board of Examiners. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Advocacy, a member of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, and has served on The Philadelphia Bar Association Fees Dispute Committee. Mr. Bernstein has served as a guest lecturer for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute continuing education program and has appeared on television as a guest commentator for the Philadelphia Bar Association.
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Martin S. Kardon
A Montgomery County native and graduate of Lower Merion High School, Mr. Kardon received a Bachelor's Degree in History from Boston University and his Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School. He is licensed in the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Massachusetts. After serving as an Assistant City Solicitor in the City of Philadelphia Law Department, he entered private practice in 1982 with the law firm of Kanter and Bernstein, which, in 1988, became Kanter, Bernstein and Kardon, P.C. He specializes in representing victims and their families in cases involving medical malpractice, nursing home neglect and abuse. He is an active member of the American Trial Lawyers Association Nursing Home Litigation Group, with affiliates in all 50 states. Mr. Kardon is also a Fellow of the Academy of Advocacy and a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. He is an author and frequent lecturer throughout Pennsylvania on the topic of nursing home litigation.
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Brian P. Pincus
Mr. Pincus was trained in the Philadelphia City Solicitor's office and later was counsel to a major auto insurance company. He became associated with the firm of Kanter, Bernstein and Kardon, in 1985. In addition to representing clients in personal injury and workers' compensation matters, he practices in the fields of domestic relations, residential real estate and contract litigation. Mr. Pincus has a B.B.A. in Accounting, a Juris Doctor from Delaware Law School and a Master of Laws and Letters in taxation from the Temple University Graduate Studies Program. Mr. Pincus has been a member of the Philadelphia Bar Association Fee Dispute Committee for seventeen years. He was invited by Temple University to present a Mock Trial for its Adult Education Class and was a guest speaker at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Business on Boxing Management.
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