Just a follow-up to our opening retreat held on September 22nd and 23rd. It was very informative, challenging and fun! The accommodations at the Fairfield Inn were wonderful. We had a very interesting class participation exercise with W-B City Councilman Tony Brooks. He took us through a detailed time line of the history of Wilkes-Barre […]
Attorney Neil O’Donnell was recently on PA Live to talk about Walk-In-Wednesdays. Watch the video here »
The proposed distracted driving legislation in New Jersey is so broad that it may even exclude drinking coffee while driving. http://ow.ly/zCMe3034ZLT
Congratulations to Atty Cathy O’Donnell on her appointment as a District III Hearing Committee Member serving the Disciplinary Board of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Atty Joseph Burke, Executive Director of the Wilkes Barre Law & Library Association, recently presented $500 to Luzerne County Dress for Success from The Wilkes Barre Law & Library Charitable Foundation. The donation was received by Linda Armstrong, as Executive Director and Founder, and Atty Cathy O’Donnell, as acting Chairperson, of the Luzerne County Dress […]
Atty Cathy O’Donnell was recently in the newspaper with her fellow volunteers for the Disco & Diamonds fundraiser for Luzerne County Dress for Success to be held on Thursday, August 25th 5:30PM to 7:30PM at Mohegan Sun Casino.
Congratulations to Atty Catherine R. O’Donnell on being named an ALM 2016 Top Rated Lawyer in Trust & Estates. She also received this award in 2014 & 2015.
We are pleased to announce the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys has recognized O’Donnell Law Office as a “10 Best Law Firm for Client Satisfaction” for 2 consecutive years.
On Saturday July 9th, Attys Neil & Michael O’Donnell played in the McGlynn Center Golf Tournament at Edgewood in the Pines, Drums, PA. Michael O’Donnell actually won the longest drive of the Tournament. The McGlynn Center provides a safe and welcoming place for the children and youth who reside at the Boulevard Townhomes and Mineral […]
The Pennsylvania State Legislature is considering taking a “loan” from the State Workers Insurance Fund in order to “balance” the State budget. The Fund is already at a deficit. This “loan” could put injured workers at further risk in the future. Please contact your State Representative, and tell him or her this is not the […]