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2010-12-28 Attorneys Stephen Sheller and Martha Wivell represent plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit certified by the Minnesota Court of Appeals alleging that Philip Morris defrauded smokers of Marlboro Light cigarettes in that

American Association for Justice Trial Lawyer Magazine 2010-12-16 The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recovered a record $2.5 billion in health care fraud in fiscal year 2010, most of it in prosecutions that
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One of the most-read articles in The New York Times regarding pharmaceutical drug product liability and whistleblower lawsuits quotes Stephen Sheller. Side Effects May Include Lawsuits BY DUFF WILSON NEW YORK – FOR decades,

2010-08-17  Stephen Sheller, Sheller, P.C. founding partner, was recently recognized for his continued support and dedication of the Pennsylvania National Guard. The U.S. Commanding General for Iraq, Raymond T. Odierno, sent a plaque

2010-06-11 Funded by the Sheller Family Foundation, the Stephen and Sandy Sheller Scholarship is available to students at PASSHE universities that are pursuing degrees leading to careers in law or in art therapy.

2010-05-25 The law firm of Sheller, P.C. is proud to announce the selection of Stephen A. Sheller, Jamie L. Sheller, Brian J. McCormick, Jr. and Albert J. Brooks as Pennsylvania SuperLawyers® for 2010.  Sheller, P.C.

The Main Line Times 2010-05-13 A Bryn Mawr couple is honoring those who serve both on the home front and war front. Sponsored by Stephen and Sandy Sheller, “Civilian in Peace/Soldier in War”

Philadelphia Inquirer 2010-02-14 Consumer 10.0: Flaws in the recall system:  Snow thrower cases raise questions about vulnerability in the legal process by Jeff Gelles Inquirer Business Columnist Facing the latest blast of winter,

WHYY Philadelphia National Public Radio 2010-02-02 Why people blow the whistle, and what they get out of it By: Kerry Grens, senior health and science reporter at Philadelphia National Public Radio WHYY Last

2009-12-07 Jamie Sheller appeared on a special broadcast of The American Law Journal on Philadelphia’s CNN-News affiliate WFMZ. Sheller discussed her representation of the client and $2.5 million jury verdict in the first