1101 Market Street, 11th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107
Phone: 215-238-6300 Fax: 215-238-1267 www.philadelphiabar.org
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Amy Muldoon
The award is presented to the compensation attorney or judge who best exemplifies Hamptons commitment to the profession while maintaining a unique and close personal relationship with members of the bar and bench.
Weber, a 1972 graduate of Villanova Law School, represents employers, carriers and self-insureds in workers compensation matters. He also has experience in complex litigation and asbestos - related lawsuits.
Peter has mastered being a true advocate while at the same time being a gentleman both in and out of the court, said Marc Jacobs, a member of the Hampton Award selection committee. I think his dedication to the practice of workers compensation is also shown in the amount of time he has spent on educational projects and his work in updating the section on new developments in the law.
Weber has served as co-chair of the Workers Compensation Section and remains an active member of the Sections Rules Committee.
He is co-author of Pennsylvania Bar Institutes Workers Compensation Practice and Procedure Manual and he authored the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Annual Survey of Recent Developments in Workers Compensation Law.
Weber has organized courses and has been a lecturer at Temple University Beasley School of Law, where he taught Workers Compensation Practice and Procedure. He has been recognized throughout the state for his contributions to the profession.