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Mr. John Widman H.

Attorney

Susanin Widman & Brennan P.C

Direct Phone: (610) ***-****       

Email: j***@***.com

Susanin Widman & Brennan P.C

219 High Street 2Nd Floor

Mount Holly, New Jersey 08060

United States

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Background Information

Affiliations

Member
Commonwealth

Education

Bachelor of Arts degrees
Mathematics and Economics
Hamilton College

Juris Doctorate

Villanova School of Law

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John H. Widman Susanin Widman & Brennan, PC - Attorney John H. Widman

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John H. Widman - vcard Partner Admitted to bar 1982, Pennsylvania Hamilton College (B.A. 1977); Villanova University School of Law (J.D. 1982) Email: jwidman@swbcounsellors.com
Jack Widman joined the firm in 1982 after receiving his Juris Doctorate from Villanova School of Law. He received Bachelor of Arts degrees in Mathematics and Economics from Hamilton College in 1977.
Jack is a member of the bar of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the United States Supreme Court, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Jack is recognized for his expertise in the fields of labor and employee benefits law. Jack has handled complex labor issues before the federal courts and the National Labor Relations Board. He serves as labor counsel to numerous association and corporate clients. Jack also serves as benefits counsel to corporate clients and multi-employer funds. Jack has advised these clients on a wide range of benefits matters, including plan design and qualification issues, plan drafting, plan interpretation, prohibited transactions, fiduciary responsibilities and compliance issues. Jack has represented employers, trustees, plan sponsors and plan administrators in benefits-related litigation throughout the United States.
Jack is past Chairman of the Lawyers Committee of the Associated General Contractors. He has authored the prohibited transactions section of a well-known employee benefits treatise, and has lectured on a variety of labor and employee benefits issues.


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John H. Widman - vcard Partner Admitted to bar 1982, Pennsylvania Hamilton College (B.A. 1977) Villanova University School of Law (J.D. 1982) Email: jwidman@swbcounsellors.com John H. Widman


Cement Masons and Plasterers Union, Local No. 592

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Jack is 62 years old. He began working as a Journeyman Cement Mason on January 31, 1966 and has worked 1,400 hours each year since. He plans on retiring when he reaches age 65 on April 16, 2004.

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John Widman, Esquire McAleese, McGoldrick, Susanin & Widman, P.C. Suite 240 455 South Gulph Road King of Prussia, PA 19406
Process may also be served on any Trustee.


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The Produce News spoke with the strikers and met in the market's board room March 1 with Sonny DiCrecchio, executive director of the market, as well as Dan Kane, the market's assistant manager, and John Widman of Susanin Widman & Brennan, PC, which is based in Wayne, PA, and who is the market's legal counsel.

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Mr. Widman, who has worked in labor issues for 28 years, explained that health-care costs at some point need to be shared by employees in order for businesses to remain in business. The market owners had offered an increase in wages of about 29 cents an hour to cover the workers' health costs in the event that those insurance costs rose above the 5.5 percent average annual increased rate of recent years.
The union's pension is another concern, Mr. Widman said. Because the Multiemployer Pension Plan was hurt so badly by the recent stock market fall -- with a drop in value from $2.3 billion to $1.5 billion -- union members face great difficulty in overcoming the losses. Employers can do things to help recuperate some of those losses, but there are limits in how much additional cost employers can bear.
Mr. Widman noted that the union wants increased wages, increases in health care costs and more money put into pension plans. "Our customers don't pay us three times" to cover the three worker cost categories.
Mr. Widman noted that the Teamsters 929 has signed a contract -- which is independent of the immediate issues - to work at the new Philadelphia market for the next 40 years.
"If there is not the business to sustain the new market, everybody loses," Mr. Widman said.

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