For immediate release, February 4, 2014
Laffey, Bucci & Kent proudly sponsored the Philadelphia Council AFL-CIO’s Annual Conference this past weekend in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Laffey, Bucci & Kent is a Philadelphia based law firm specializing in representing injured workers. Click here to read more about the firm’s workplace accident practice.
Firm partner, Jeff Laffey, comes from union roots; his father was a union carpenter in Philadelphia. Since becoming a lawyer, Mr. Laffey has devoted his career to injured workers. He is passionate about workplace safety and accident prevention issues.
Mr. Laffey took the time to attend the conference to meet with local union leaders. Jennifer Keenan-Keil, the firm’s marketing director, attended the conference as well. Mrs. Keenan-Keil also comes from union roots; her father worked for the local plumber’s union.
About the Philadelphia Council AFL-CIO
The Philadelphia Council AFL-CIO is comprised of over 100 Philadelphia area labor unions, including local divisions of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, International Association of Machinists, and International Longshoremen’s Association. The goal of the Council is to facilitate social and economic justice for union workers, whether they are in the private or public sector.
The Annual Conference provides local labor leaders with the opportunity to advance goals of the Council. This year’s conference was attended by nearly 150 of Philadelphia area’s local union leaders. Topics discussed at this year’s conference included:
- an update on resolutions passed at the National AFL-CIO Convention; and
- a discussion of the Department of Labor’s commitment to workers’ rights.
About Laffey, Bucci & Kent
Laffey, Bucci & Kent is a Philadelphia based law firm which specializes in representing those who are injured in accidents, such as:
With office locations throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Delaware, the firm offers convenient locations for all their clients.
For more information, please call 800.220.7600.