Stief, Waite, Gross, Sagoskin & Announces Name Change

January 26, 2004

NEWTOWN, Pa… Stief, Waite, Gross, Sagoskin, one of Bucks County’s largest law firms has changed its name to Stief, Gross, Sagoskin, it was announced here today.

Arthur R. Sagoskin, a managing partner with the legal services firm, says the name change was mandated when attorney Clyde W. Waite, who had been a partner for 21 years, was elected as the first minority judge to the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas. “Judge Waite had served in our firm with distinction for more than two decades, concentrating in the areas of employment and civil rights law and has been an integral part of our growth and success. We have every confidence with his background and experience that he will be an outstanding and just jurist. We congratulate him and wish him all the best in his new role as judge.

“Meanwhile,” Sagoskin relates, “our firm will continue to provide quality legal services to clients throughout Bucks County, Northeast Philadelphia, Reading and Allentown, Pa.”

In addition to Sagoskin, other managing partners are Barry L. Gross. The firm currently has 13 attorneys and a support staff of more than 30.

The law firm concentrates its practice in the areas of workers’ compensation and social security disability, product liability, medical malpractice, personal injury, employment and civil rights, Americans with Disabilities law and family law.