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Samuel Cohen Appointed to Special Olympics' Philadelphia Executive Advisory Board

September 5, 2019

Samuel E. Cohen, shareholder in the Professional Liability Department at Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, has been appointed to serve on the Special Olympics PA-Philadelphia Executive Advisory Board for a three-year term. The Executive Advisory Board assists the Special Olympics Philadelphia chapter in opening doors to key community and corporate contacts, raising funding for the program, providing high-level support of its strategic objectives and in general, advocating on behalf of its athletes and mission.

Mr. Cohen is a member of the Securities and Investments Professional Liability Practice Group at Marshall Dennehey, where he represents broker-dealers, registered representatives and registered investment advisors in state and federal court and in FINRA arbitration proceedings.  He is a graduate of Temple University and the Temple University School of Law. 

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