Wolf Haldenstein Retired Partner Eric Levine Becomes Special Counsel for Pro Bono Services

Wolf Haldenstein is pleased to announce that retired partner Eric Levine has become Special Counsel for Pro Bono Services for the Firm. In this capacity, Mr. Levine will be working on a pro bono basis on cases for victims of domestic violence, while also providing assistance and guidance on Wolf Haldenstein’s various other pro bono representations.   Prior to becoming Special Counsel for Pro Bono Services, Mr. Levine was a partner of the Firm for almost 30 years, concentrating on complex corporate and commercial litigation in the areas of contracts, business and partnership dissolutions, corporate and limited liability corporation law, accounting, creditors’ rights and real estate.

Wolf Haldenstein attorneys have also represented various other individuals and communities in need of pro bono services, including those seeking political asylum, day laborers and individuals with mental and physical disabilities. Wolf Haldenstein has a strong tradition of civic service to the community, going as far back as the Firm’s participation in the civil rights and voter registration movements in the South in the early 1960s. The Firm has kept up this unwavering tradition of civic service, as can be viewed on our Social Responsibility page.