Dilworth Paxson Atty Named To Pa. Judicial Discipline Court

By Matt Fair (January 25, 2019, 6:52 PM EST) -- A Dilworth Paxson LLP white collar attorney and former federal prosecutor has been tapped by Gov. Tom Wolf to serve a four-year term on the Pennsylvania court responsible for hearing ethics cases against state judges.

A spokesman for the governor said that James Eisenhower, who's spent the past two years serving of counsel for the Philadelphia-based Dilworth Paxson, would bring years worth of experience to the eight-member Court of Judicial Discipline.

"Gov. Wolf believes there should be accountability at all levels of government," spokesman J.J. Abbott told Law360 in a statement on Friday. "Jim Eisenhower's experience and legal expertise will help...

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