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Partner Tom Giordano, Jr. Guest Speaker at the American Association for Justice’s Social Security Success Seminar

April 13, 2017

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Partner Tom Giordano, Jr. was a featured presenter at the American Association for Justice’s (AAJ) Social Security Success Seminar in Las Vegas. His presentation, “Growing Your Practice from a Mom & Pop Shop to a Large Practice”, was part of the “Diversify Your Practice with Mass Torts” panel at the two-day long event. The seminar deepened attorneys’ knowledge about the ins and outs of Social Security disability law.

 

Tom currently serves on the AAJ Social Security Disability Law Leadership board as Vice Chair.

 

The AAJ was established to promote a fair and just legal system by providing trial attorneys with support they need to most effectively represent clients. Partner Tom Giordano, Jr. and Associate Allison Eberle-Lindemuth serve on the AAJ Social Security Leadership board and supply information and advice to trial lawyers across the country.

 

To learn more about the AAJ or to apply for membership, visit their website.


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