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    Jeffrey C. Dohrmann

    Partner

    Location: Williamsport, Pennsylvania
    Phone: 570-323-8711 / (570) 323-8711 (Toll Free)
    Fax: 570-323-4192
    Email: E-mail Me

    Areas of Practice

    • Employee Rights
    • Workers’ Compensation
    • Civil Rights
    • Wrongful Termination
    • Press Release

      Attorney Jeffrey Dohrmann represented several women whose bravery in reporting and, in one case, testifying against former Bradford County D.A. Chad Salsman led to a felony conviction. Learn more.

    • Employment Discrimination
    • ERISA
    • Constitutional Law
    • Civil Practice

    Bar Admissions

    • Pennsylvania, 1993
    • U.S. District Court Middle District of Pennsylvania, 1993
    • U.S. Court of Appeals 3rd Circuit, 1994

    Education

    • Widener University School of Law, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
      • J.D. magna cum laude – 1993
    • Pennsylvania State University
      • B.A. – 1982

    Published Works

    • “The Pennsylvania Peer Review Protection Act and Hospital Corporate Liability: A Reconciliation,” The Barrister, Vol. XXIII, No. 4, Winter, 1993
    • “The Pennsylvania Peer Review Protection Act and Hospital Corporate Liability: A Reconciliation,” The Barrister, Vol. XXIII, No. 2, Summer, 1992

    Professional Associations and Memberships

    • Lycoming Bar Associations, Member
    • Pennsylvania Bar Associations, Member
    • Pennsylvania Association for Justice, Member

     

    Our Legal Team

    AttorneyClifford A. Rieders
    Partner
    Jeffrey C. Dohrmann
    AttorneyJeffrey C. Dohrmann
    Partner
    Corey J. Mowrey
    AttorneyCorey J. Mowrey
    Associate
    Attorney John Humphrey
    AttorneyJohn M. Humphrey
    Partner
    Attorney Walter
    AttorneyC. Scott Waters
    Partner
    Pamela L. Shipman
    AttorneyPamela L. Shipman
    Associate

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      Attorneys at LawTesta v. Broomall, Pa. Civil No. 21-5148-KSM (E.D. Pa. August 18, 2022) (Marston, J.)  COVID-19 death case in a nursing home.  Motion to dismiss denied.  The claim was based upon the fact that although decedent tested positive for COVID-19, she was permitted to travel out of her room to interact with other residents and to get her nails done while she was placed in isolation.  She had a “win...

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