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SPRING 2021

CONTACT INFO
President
Sean M. Gresh
Vice President/President Elect
Julie D. Goldstein
Secretary
R. Tyler Tomlinson
Treasurer
Lawrence R. Sheetz, Jr.
Immediate Past President
Daniel M. Keane
Past Presidents' Representative
Grace M. Deon
Board of Directors
Maureen L. Anderson
Tiffanie C. Benfer
Susan E. Dardes
Jeffrey G. DiAmico
Steven M. Jones
Emma M. Kline
Jeremy D. Puglia
Francis J. Sullivan
Tiffany Thomas-Smith
Sara M. Webster
Jason R. Weiss
Melanie J. Wender
Writs Editor
Jason R. Weiss
Writs Photographer
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BCBF Works to Address
Growing Community Needs

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BCBF Works to Address
Growing Community Needs
THE BUCKS COUNTY BAR FOUNDATION
IS EXCITED TO START A NEW YEAR OF
FUNDRAISING EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES!

2021 BCBF Executive Committee

OH WAIT, there remains a pandemic and events
and activities most likely will remain socially distant, if
not virtual. Despite these limitations, the needs of our
community continue to grow. More and more the citizens
of Bucks County need access to justice. It is the specific goal
of the Foundation to increase legal representation and legal
assistance for those in need. The BCBF is the charitable
arm of the members of the BCBA and a critical
partner in the association's efforts to increase
access to justice.

Pritchard

The Foundation can only survive with the generosity of
our donors. In 2020, an endowment was established and
$70,000 raised in that first year. Ultimately, the Foundation's child advocacy initiative, also started in 2020, and
other programs will be supported with this endowment. As
this endowment grows, we hope to add paid staff
to increase the number of needy clients assisted
through this program.

The Bucks County Bar Foundation is excited to start a new
year of fundraising events and activities! Oh wait, there

Fritsch

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Duffy

A modified St. Patrick's Day event and the annual golf
outing will proceed this year (absent unforeseen circumstances). For those who can muster the enthusiasm, the
events will bring together the legal community in support of
the less fortunate and support the program. The Learning
for Lawyers program and scholarships for high school
students shall also be supported by the Foundation.

Callahan

We have committees to help plan our fundraisers (St.
Patrick's Day event and the Golf Outing) and the Learning
with Lawyers program (our civics program with 5th
grade classes in the county). If you would like to get
involved, please get in touch with Greg Nardi
(greg.nardi@bucksbar.org or 215-348-9413).

LASP welcomes Kasey Daniel
as Doylestown Managing Attorney

In furtherance of their goals, Trustees of the Charitable
Foundation of the Bucks County Bar Association have a
new executive committee for 2021 to lead their fundraising
goals. The new executive committee is:
President - Jessica A. Pritchard
Vice President - Elizabeth Fritsch
Treasurer - Timothy J. Duffy
Secretary - Brendan M. Callahan

Of course, we appreciate the continued support of so many
of our members and community partners in furtherance
Kasey R. Daniel joined Legal Aid of Southeastern PA
of increasing the community's access to justice. If you
(LASP) as the Doylestown Office Managing Attorney. Jennifer Pierce,
would like to make a donation to the Bucks County
who previously served as Doylestown Managing Attorney, has
Bar Foundation, please contact the Bucks County Bar
transitioned to a new role with LASP as VOCA Supervising Attorney
Association at 215-348-9413 or go to:
and remains Bucks County Pro Bono Coordinator.

We would love to bring more members into the planning
of all of our events and programs. Any member of the
BCBA may be a member of the event committees.

https://buckscountybarfoundation.salsalabs.org/
and legal services attorney, Kasey worked at New Mexico Legal Aid
 for several years, serving most recently as Managing Attorney
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(NMLA)
for the Albuquerque Office, while also handling cases for the Low
Income Taxpayer Clinic and Foreclosure Defense Unit. Earlier at NMLA,
she was Domestic Violence Helpline Coordinator and Coordinator for
the Justice for Families Pro Bono Initiative Project.

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Prior to her relocation to southeastern PA in October, Kasey served as
the Court Executive Officer for the Eighth Judicial District in Taos, New
Mexico where she supervised the district's 56 employees and oversaw
all non-judicial operations of the magistrate and district courts. Other
roles were at Disability Law Colorado, New Mexico Center on Law and
Poverty, and Law Access New Mexico, and
in private practice in Littleton, Colorado. A former special education
teacher, Kasey holds a B.A. in Education from Baylor University and a
J.D. from the University of New Mexico School of Law. 

LASP welcomes Kasey Daniel as
Doylestown Managing Attorney
Kasey R. Daniel joined Legal Aid of Southeastern PA (LASP)
as the Doylestown Office Managing Attorney. Jennifer

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Kasey R. Daniel joined Legal Aid of Southeastern PA (LASP) as the Doylestown Office Managing Attorney. Jennifer
Pierce, who previously served as Doylestown Managing Attorney, has transitioned to a new role with LASP as
VOCA Supervising Attorney and remains Bucks County Pro Bono Coordinator.

and legal services attorney, Kasey worked at New Mexico Legal Aid (NMLA) for several years, serving most recently as
Managing Attorney for the Albuquerque Office, while also handling cases for the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic and
Foreclosure Defense Unit. Earlier at NMLA, she was Domestic Violence Helpline Coordinator and Coordinator for the
Justice for Families Pro Bono Initiative Project.

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Prior to her relocation to southeastern PA in October, Kasey served as the Court Executive Officer for the Eighth
Judicial District in Taos, New Mexico where she supervised the district's 56 employees and oversaw all non-judicial
operations of the magistrate and district courts. Other roles were at Disability Law Colorado, New Mexico Center on
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in private practice in Littleton, Colorado. A former special education teacher, Kasey holds a B.A. in Education from
Baylor University and a J.D. from the University of New Mexico School of Law. 

his past year has been extremely difficult

for so many of us in the legal field. The
pandemic has affected so many of our livelihoods, health,
based at LASP's
family relationships and trust in one another.Kasey
I foundisthat
kdaniel@lasp.org.
my lack of control over where I could go, when
I could
work, and how I was permitted to spend my free time, to
be extremely challenging to my overall mental health and
wellness. I found that working from my " home office "
meant I could be working 24/7 and often times felt like I
was literally never out of the office.

Almshouse site. She can be reached at 267-488-1862 or

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I worked hard at finding the right schedule and creating
numerous " To Do Lists " for the sake of trying to gain
order and control. However, as the lack of exercise, poor
nutrition and extra family time continued month after
month, I realized I needed to do more of the things that
brought me joy and overall wellness... and then I needed
to create time for those things.

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I soon realized that participating in athletic activities with
my family was what brought me the most joy and helped
me separate from my " home office. " I realized that the
only way I was comfortable without my phone, iPad or
computer by my side was when I was " playing. " The
adventure, laughter, fresh air and camaraderie with my
twin six-year-old children and wife was my best stress relief.
This past year we biked around Lake Galena at least once
a week in the spring; kayaked and paddle boarded on the
weekends in the summer; hiked, golfed and fished in the
fall; and skied many weekends in the winter.

Like Being a Kid Again
This past year has been extremely difficult for so many of
us in the legal field. The pandemic has affected so many of
our livelihoods, health, family relationships and trust in one

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Welcome to the Bench,
Judge Jordan Yeager

After identifying my best form of stress relief, I no longer
felt trapped indoors or stuck in the " home office, " instead I
felt lucky to be able to make the time to teach my children
how to bike, paddle board, golf and ski and grateful that
they taught me how to play again. 
It was my honor and pleasure,
as it always is in doing interviews
As the BCBA focuses on wellness in 2021, the Member
for the Writs, to speak with the
Services Committee will be sharing stories of how our
attorneys and judges who make
members integrate wellness practices into their already busy
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Jordan
Yeager
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on almost a year on the Bucks
County Common Pleas Court.

By Susan E. Dardes

counseling skills, such as active
listening. Over the years, Judge
Yeager grew to appreciate that
active listening techniques, such as
communicating back to someone
what you are hearing them say, is
an important tool beyond client
counseling; it's also very effective
in advocacy and negotiations.
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I asked him straight away, how his
candidacy came to be - was he
actively recruited? Had this always
been a career goal? In fact, after
having been a busy litigator for
over 26 years, appearing in 23 of
Pennsylvania's 67 counties, and
several federal courts, colleagues
had encouraged him to think about
a judicial career. Those friends and
colleagues had a view of what
makes a good judge, which requires
having an open mind and an ability
to listen. Adversaries told him that
even when they were crossing
swords in highly contentious
litigation, they respected him as
smart, hardworking, fair, and
honest. As he thought about the
judges he respected most, he kept
coming back to those hardworking
judges who genuinely had an ability
to keep an open mind, to listen,
and to bring a practical approach to
problem solving.

As he thought about the
judges he respected most,
he kept coming back to
those hardworking judges
who genuinely had an
ability to keep an open
mind, to listen, and to bring
a practical approach to
problem solving.

Now on the bench, Judge Yeager's
belief in the importance of active
listening has only grown. He
describes it like this: " When we
communicate back what we are
hearing from each other it has
tremendous power. It helps make
sure we have heard the other
person correctly, and when we
have, it lets them know that we
have. People want to be heard.
People want to be understood.
We need to let them know that
they are. When people appreciate
that they have been heard and
understood, it makes it much
easier for them to listen. When
everyone is truly listening to and
understanding each other, it
makes it much easier to problemsolve and to find common
ground. And when that common
ground can't be found and the
parties need the Court to make a
decision, it makes it much easier
for people to accept the results. "

Welcome to the Bench,
Judge Jordan Yeager
It was my honor and pleasure, as it always is in doing
interviews for the Writs, to speak with the attorneys and

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SANTA AT THE BAR

Judge Yeager has always felt that it was his responsibility to
play a positive role in his work and life. His parents instilled
this sense of responsibility when he was young. Judge
Yeager is an Upper Bucks native, having gone to Palisades
High School, prior to attending Cornell University. He felt,
though, as one of the few Jewish students at Palisades, that
he was different; an outsider. The grandson and great-

Judge Yeager credits the professors in his law school's
clinical program for teaching " active listening " skills.
While a third year at the American University's Washington
College of Law, Yeager participated in the school's highly
acclaimed Criminal Justice Clinic. In addition to the advocacy
experience he gained - he had his first jury trial while
still in law school - he learned equally important client
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By Nancy Larkin Taylor
Executive Director, Bucks 4 Kids
The Bucks County Bar Young Lawyers Division fashioned a solution to the problem of kids not being able to visit Santa
Claus in person this year. YLD members, under the leadership of Erin Aronson and Thomas Nolan, helped 25 or so
temporary Santas make dozens of calls to over 80 girls and boys on December 17, 2020. All their Moms, Dads and
Grandparents had to do was pay $10 and fill out a form for each child, containing their first name, age and wish list.
From 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm, on that Thursday evening, parents and grandparents sat back as their child talked by phone
with the volunteer Santas.

Santa at The Bar
The Bucks County Bar Young Lawyers Division fashioned
a solution to the problem of kids not being able to visit
Santa Claus in person this year. YLD members, under the

Pro bono attorneys are needed for
PFA hearings in Doylestown

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The calls took place during the YDL Holiday Zoom party after a trivia contest. Santas rang bells, ho-ho-hoed and talked
to each child for 15 minutes. In some households, one child was a believer while another was not. So, some Santas had
to be creative. Many children demanded to

Volunteer attorneys are needed for Bucks County's Protection from Abuse (PFA)

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Wednesdays
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To volunteer with Legal Aid of Southeastern PA (LASP), please contact Jennifer Pierce, LASP VOCA Supervising Attorney
From 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm, on that Thursday evening, parents and grandparents sat back as their child talked by phone
and Bucks County Pro Bono Coordinator, at 610-756-7264 or jpierce@lasp.org, or Randi Riefner, Paralegal and Bucks
with the volunteer Santas.
County Assistant Pro Bono Coordinator, at rriefner@lasp.org or 215-770-4067.

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* Plaintiffs/defendants are not required to appear
when defendants are facing criminal charges;
* Plaintiffs/defendants are not required to appear if
they intend to withdraw their petitions;
* Plaintiff/defendant does not need to appear if
service has not been made upon the defendant. Pro
bono counsel can request a continuance of the
temporary order if there is one in place.
* If defendant is represented by private counsel and
the parties, through counsel, have reached an
agreement in regard to the PFA, neither party
needs to appear (just counsel appears to put the
agreement on record).

Pro bono attorneys are needed for PFA
hearings in Doylestown
Volunteer attorneys are needed for Bucks County's Protection
from Abuse (PFA) hearings, which take place Wednesdays

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In all of these instances, the plaintiff/defendant should be
available by phone. 

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*	From the Editor...  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
*	In Memoriam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

*	Annual Meeting & Wine Tasting . . . . . . 10
*	Pro Bono Honor Roll  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
*	IP Section Beer Tasting . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

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