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Keeping Your Children Safe during Back-to-School Season

Back-to-school season is in full swing, and that means there is more early morning traffic for those headed off to work each day. Knowing this, and the risk it poses to their children can give parents an extra dose of anxiety. Thankfully, there are ways that parents can protect their children from bus accidents, car (…)

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DLP hosts BNI Appreciation party for all four chapters each office participates with: Moosic, Hazleton, Honesdale, and Kingston.

DLP was thrilled to host a BNI Appreciation party for the 4 Chapters that we participate in tonight at the Glenmaura National Golf Club in Moosic, Pennsylvania. BNI – The World’s Leading Referral Organization (Business Networking International) has been an integral part of DLP’s success. Every Wednesday morning, Attorney Brian Price meets with 45 other (…)

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Attorneys Judy & Joe Price participate in the Family to Family Thanksgiving Basket Program.

Attorneys Judy & Joe Price from Dougherty Leventhal and Price, LLP will be participating in the Family to Family Thanksgiving Basket Program. This annual distribution of Thanksgiving baskets will be held on Wednesday, November 23, from 8 am to 4 pm at the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple in downtown Scranton. If you (…)

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La Campaña de United Way consigue una alza con los empleados de la ciudad

La Señora Price y su esposo, Joe Price, co presidentes, también fueron a un dia de trabajo de llamadas para los bomberos, policías y detectives cuando se hace campaña. Las donaciones de los empleados municipales son indicativas de que cómo la campaña en el 2014 ha progresado desde el año pasado y como la energía, (…)

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United Way campaign gets a lift from city employees

Mrs. Price and her husband, Joe Price, co-chairman, also went to a day’s worth of roll calls for the policemen, detectives and firefighters when campaigning. The donations from city employees are indicative of how the 2014 campaign has progressed from last year as the energy Mr. and Mrs. Price devote to the effort continues to (…)

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CONOCIENDO LA LEY PARA EL CRUCE DE PEATONES EN HALLOWEN

El tiempo del año una vez más esta con nuestros fantasmas y duendes y estarán caminando por las calles de el Nordeste de Pensilvania buscando por los dulces y sorpresas. Antes de enviar a sus niños vestidos de brujas y diablitos a las calles, asegúrese de enseñarles la Ley de Pensilvania de como cruzar las (…)

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Regresando a la escuela – autobús escolar Consejos de seguridad de la policía estatal de Pensilvania.

Es hora de regreso a la escuela. Y una vez más es tiempo para todos nosotros de estar alerta con los niños y adultos jóvenes en las calles y carreteras cuando regresan a clases. El sitio web de la policía estatal de Pennsylvania (http://www.psp.pa.gov/public%20safety/Pages/School-Bus-Safety-Tips.aspx#.VAhvgWcg_oY) sugiere los siguientes consejos para asegurar un año escolar seguro y (…)

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Joe and Judy Price host the 2014-15 United Way of Lacka­wanna and Wayne Counties’ Campaign kick off

Joe and Judy Price will be the hosts tonight when the 2014-15 United Way of Lacka­wanna and Wayne Counties’ Campaign kicks off with a clambake at Cooper’s Seafood House in Scranton. Both attorneys at Dougherty, Leventhal & Price LLP, Joe and Judy are serving as co-chairs for the annual campaign. “We are so inspired by (…)

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DLP Sponsors Volunteers in Medicine

DLP Proudly supports Volunteers in Medicine. The Volunteers in Medicine Clinic opened in June of 2008 with the mission of providing free quality compassionate medical and dental care to the working low-income families in our community. Six years later, VIM has had the pleasure of hosting many volunteers and students offering their time and expertise to (…)

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Dlp Patrocino el 1er Medio maratón anual !!!

El bufete de abogados de Dougherty Leventhal y Price  LLP fue uno de los patrocinadores para el 1er medio maratón anual  de Scranton.  La carrera fue celebrada el domingo y fue un gran éxito.  Más de 2700 corredores participaron en la carrera de 13,1 millas.  El curso de la carrera  a través de la ciudad (…)

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DLP Sponsors 1st Annual Scranton Half Marathon!!!

The law firm of Dougherty Leventhal Price LLP was one of the sponsors for the 1st Annual Scranton Half Marathon.  The race was held Sunday and was an a big success.  Over 2700 runners participated in the 13.1 mile race.  The course wound through the City of Scranton, starting and finishing at Memorial Stadium.  DLP (…)

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Judy Price named NEPA Business Journal’s Top 25 Women in Business

Women in business comprise almost half of the economic base of Northeast Pennsylvania.  And the Business Journal is proud and excited to showcase Judy Price and all 25 of our area’s top women in business in our 13th annual special edition publishing inside the March issue. Always an interesting read, Top Women in Business will include (…)

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Attorney Dougherty Helps at Back Mountain Legal Clinic

Dougherty, who’s made a name for himself as a personal-injury lawyer, has been volunteering at the clinic since the early 2000s. “I’ve been practicing law 41 years, and this gives me an opportunity to draw back on my law school days,” he said. “At the clinic we see all different factions of the law. Domestic, (…)

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Attorney Joe Price works at St. Joseph’s Summer Festival

St. Joseph’s Summer Festival is affectionately billed as the biggest backyard picnic in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Every year during the last full weekend in July, it lives up to the billing, as thousands of people return year after year. The Festival, which is sponsored by St. Joseph’s Auxiliary, also plays host to WNEP-TV’s Telethon on Friday (…)

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Attorney Joseph Price Speaks on WVIA about St. Joseph’s Center

In 1888 the prevailing attitude was that the young, old, poor, or abandoned were themselves the cause of their plight; and so responsible for freeing themselves from their circumstances. This was the backdrop against which a small group of women came together to talk about the problem of deserted orphans in the city of Scranton; (…)

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