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Oppenheim Pilelsky, PARTNER ROY D. OPPENHEIM, APPOINTED SOUTH FLORIDA REGIONAL CHAIRMAN OF ANNUAL GIVING FOR PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

Tue Oct 11, 2011 by on News & Press Releases

WESTON, FL– Roy Oppenheim, a partner at the law firm, Oppenheim Pilelsky, has been appointed South Florida Regional Chairman of Annual Giving for Princeton University by the Section Chairman of Annual Giving. As part of his new appointment, he plans to sponsor social functions and events evolving around interesting and provocative speakers. Oppenheim, a known civil activist, currently serves on […]

Oppenheim Pilelsky PARTNER ROY OPPENHEIM ELECTED TO CATALINA LIGHTING BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Tue Oct 11, 2011 by on News & Press Releases

WESTON, FL -Roy Oppenheim, a partner with the law firm of Oppenheim Pilelsky, has been elected to serve for a one-year term on the Catalina Lighting board of directors. Catalina Lighting is a Miami-based lighting distributor that trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “LTG.” Oppenheim is a well-known South Florida attorney who is law partners with his […]

ROY OPPENHEIM OF Oppenheim Pilelsky APPOINTED TO WESTON CHARTER REVIEW COMMISSION

Tue Oct 11, 2011 by on News & Press Releases

WESTON, FL – Roy Oppenheim, a partner at the law firm of Oppenheim Pilelsky in Weston, was appointed by the Weston City Commission to serve on the Weston Charter Review Board. His appointment was announced at the last Weston City commission meeting. The Weston Charter Review Commission was created by the Weston City Charter to review the Charter after the City’s […]

DuPont Sued in Class Action on Teflon; Damages Sought for Failure to Warn of Potential Health Risks

Tue Jul 19, 2005 by on News & Press Releases

Miami’s Kluger, Peretz, Kaplan and Berlin Along With Ft. Lauderdale’s Oppenheim Pilelsky Lead Nationwide Effort WASHINGTON, D.C. and MIAMI – Class action litigation against the E.I. DuPont De Numours Company (NYSE: DD) is being filed in federal courts in states representing more than one-third of the nation’s population. The suits allege that the chemical and manufacturing giant knew for more than […]