Attorney Thomas J. Simeone Featured in Business.com Article

With years of experience as an effective trial lawyer, Attorney Thomas J. Simeone has gained respect from others in the legal community. As managing partner of our firm, he has achieved several successful results for clients in personal injury, civil rights, and commercial litigation cases. His extensive experience, knowledge of state and federal legislation, and commitment to high ethical standards have made him a fierce legal advocate on behalf of his clients. We are honored to work alongside such a reputable attorney.

He has been featured in a variety of articles by the Washington Post, The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Fox News, Univision, MSNBC, ESPN.com, and TheSportingNews.com. Furthermore, he has received several awards by prestigious attorney rating organizations, including Super Lawyers®. He has also received the AV Preeminent award from Martindale-Hubbell.

Attorney Simeone has years of experience representing clients in a variety of complex commercial litigation cases. These cases involve breach of contract disputes, defamation claims, interference with contractual relationships, breach of lease, payment disputes, and other business claims. His experience and in-depth knowledge of this area of practice has made him a trusted authority on issues related to commercial litigation. He is passionate about sharing his legal knowledge and insight with others, and works hard to help clients pursue the best possible outcomes.

About the Business.com Article

In the article by Business.com, Attorney Simeone discusses the importance of drafting written contracts to avoid payment disputes. The article provides tips to help both consumers and businesses avoid confusion and disputes regarding late payment or non-payment issues. This involves making sure that both the consumer and the business clearly understand what is included in the agreement between them. Attorney Simeone pulls from his own experience in representing clients who have been charged late fees and interest, and his experience as a Certified Public Accountant. He notes that, unless a written contract exists to clarify payment schedules, deadlines, interest and fees, and late payment policies, clients are not obligated to pay. By drafting a written contract and having both parties sign it, business and customers alike can avoid confusion.

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