Jeffrey Cohen, Shareholder in Flaster Greenberg's Litigation, Intellectual Property and Corporate Departments, and co-host of the “Heart of Sports” Delaware Valley 610 AM WTEL radio show recently announced that, effective Friday, May 26th, the program will move from Saturday afternoon to the coveted 5:00 – 6:00 PM timeslot every Friday evening.
Cohen was invited earlier this year to discuss legal issues in professional and amateur sports, including the application of antitrust laws, and now appears regularly as co-host of the radio show.
WTEL is a Philadelphia radio station with an all-sports format. Located at 610 AM, the station adopted its current all-sports format in 1988 after making a 2-year transition to the format.
Cohen counsels clients in complex litigation disputes and provides guidance to proactively address business formation and transaction issues. He has spent over 23 years helping clients anticipate, address and resolve the day-to-day challenges and pragmatic decisions facing today’s businesses. A trial lawyer by trait, Cohen works with businesses to ensure partnerships are intact as well as to identify potential risks and pitfalls associated with its evolution. He collaborates with a diverse range of clients in matters related to commercial contracts, shareholder and partnership agreements, trademarks, copyrights, patents, including Hatch-Waxman, insurance coverage, franchise disputes and commercial construction.
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- Jeffrey Cohen