SGRV Attorney Stanley P. Jaskiewicz Explains Rights and Obligations of Citizenship to Local Boy Scouts

SGRV Attorney Stanley P. Jaskiewicz Explains Rights and Obligations of Citizenship to Local Boy Scouts

Spector Gadon Rosen Vinci P.C. attorney Stanley P. Jaskiewicz recently spoke to a group of Boy Scouts from Troop 303 on “The Constitutional Rights and Obligations of a U.S. Citizen”, a requirement for the Scouts to earn the rank of First Class Scout.

Jaskiewicz highlighted similarities between the Scout Law and Scout Oath on the one hand, and the principles of the Constitutions of the U.S. and Pennsylvania on the other hand.

He led the Scouts in a discussion of their constitutional rights and responsibilities by helping them identify examples of both in their everyday lives.

Jaskiewicz, a Member of Spector Gadon Rosen Vinci P.C. and of its Corporate Law Group, is the parent of an Eagle Scout, and the Chartered Organization Representative from Corpus Christi Parish for both Troop and Pack 303, as well as a merit badge counselor.

He regularly publishes articles in the American Bar Association’s Voice of Experience, for which he also serves as a member of its editorial board.

Jaskiewicz has also been active in local and national advocacy groups for persons with disabilities for many years.  He was recognized for his efforts by The Legal Clinic for the Disabled, Inc., in 2007 with its White Hat Award, and by Timothy School in 2019 with its Paul Quinn Award.

Spector Gadon Rosen Vinci P.C. has represented clients nationally and internationally for nearly 50 years and provides counsel and expertise across the entire spectrum of legal practice, from complex litigation to sophisticated transactional and corporate matters. The firm has offices in Philadelphia, New Jersey, Florida, and New York.

The firm represents businesses, corporate boards, and highly placed individuals. Its clients are engaged in a variety of industries including finance and banking, manufacturing, hospitality, gaming and entertainment, real estate and commercial development, insurance and venture capital, energy, financial services, health care, security, and telecommunications.

The firm’s practice areas include high-stakes litigation, business disputes, commercial litigation, professional liability, products liability, securities, trust and estates, fiduciary litigation, bankruptcy and creditors rights, civil RICO, trade secrets, trademark and restrictive covenants, intellectual property, antitrust, white-collar criminal defense, banking and financial services, corporate formation and governance, employment, entertainment and amusements, environment and energy, wealth management, healthcare, hospitality, insurance coverage and insured casualty litigation, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, real estate, sports, and tax law.


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