Admitted to bar 1982, Pennsylvania
Hamilton College (B.A. 1977)
Villanova University School of Law (J.D. 1982)
Jack is recognized for his experience in the fields of labor and employee benefits law. He has handled complex labor issues before the federal courts and the National Labor Relations Board. He serves as labor counsel to numerous association and corporate clients. Jack also serves as benefits counsel to corporate clients and multi-employer funds. He advises these clients on a wide range of benefits matters, including plan design and qualification issues, plan drafting, plan interpretation, prohibited transactions, fiduciary responsibilities, and compliance issues. Jack has represented employers, trustees, plan sponsors, and plan administrators in benefits-related litigation throughout the United States.
Jack is also a past Chairman of the Lawyers Committee of the Associated General Contractors. He has authored the prohibited transactions section of a well-known employee benefits treatise and has lectured on a variety of labor and employee benefits issues.
Jack obtained his undergraduate degree from Hamilton College in 1977 and his Juris Doctor from Villanova School of Law in 1982. He joined the firm in 1982. He is a member of the bars of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the United States Supreme Court, and numerous federal district and circuit courts.
In his free time, Jack enjoys golfing, surfing, and traveling with his wife.