Larry Spector

Larry Spector P.C. One South Broad St. Suite 1500
Philadelphia, PA 19107-3426   215 609 3165
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Larry Spector

Litigation should constructively serve a client’s personal or business interests. For the sake of the client -- and the attorney -- representation should be pragmatic, efficient and economical.
I have handled complex commercial litigation for 38 years, mostly in my own and other boutique litigation firms.  I am accustomed to the efficient, responsive and hands on approach   offered by a small firm.  I now bring my experience to bear on select matters serving clients directly and as an independent contractor helping law firms at any stage of the litigation process.

I have handled and tried cases across the broad range of business litigation including  employment, antitrust, securities, and trade secret issues; contract, construction, real estate and tax disputes; officer/director liability, business divorce, accounting malpractice and breach of fiduciary duty claims; and fraudulent conveyance, successor liability, preference and casualty insurance issues in bankruptcy proceedings.
I have the experience and judgment to avoid unproductive litigation practices and to stay focused on what the client wants.  I call it as I see it and objectively evaluate a case.    My guiding principle is:  be effective -- aggressive when necessary or conciliatory if conciliation is a two way street.

I believe that in arguing a point, less is often more.  I believe that clarity and simplicity are the marks of excellence in written and oral advocacy.

Independent Contractor

Larry Spector

As an independent contractor, I am available to help attorneys with pleadings, dispositive motions, discovery, and any trial or post trial activity.
I can assume responsibility for working with an expert to develop expert reports and testimony or for assisting in the preparation and cross examination of an opposing expert.

I am available to independently counsel clients where the Rules of Professional Conduct require that they provide their attorney with informed consent to waivable conflicts of interest e.g., to conflicts arising from representing similarly situated co-plaintiffs or co-defendants, to issue conflicts or to conflicts from firm representation of clients with adverse interests.

I can be a neutral to decide discovery issues, to mediate or to act as an arbitrator.  I am available to act as a moot court judge for attorneys practicing oral arguments or in mock trials held to prepare for trial in the courtroom.  I can provide objective feedback on the effectiveness of a brief before it is filed.

My retention as an independent contractor will usually be by the law firm which will disclose my role to its client.  I will bill the firm, and the firm can then bill its client for my services. Alternatively I can enter a direct relationship with the client and bill the client directly.  In either case I will consider an attorney client relationship to exist between me and the firm’s client, and I will assume duties and responsibilities accordingly.  I will enter my appearance in a case as appropriate.


Larry Spector

Legal Career

Present – Larry Spector PC
2009 -2011 – Of Counsel, Bazelon Less & Feldman, PC, Philadelphia, PA
2005-2008 -- Shareholder, Kaufman Coren & Ress, PC ,  Philadelphia, PA
2002-2005 -- Partner, Wolf Block Schorr & Solis-Cohen, LLP,  Philadelphia, PA
1976-2002 -- Shareholder, Mann Ungar Spector & Labovitz, PC, Philadelphia, PA
1974-1976 -- Associate, Freeman, Freeman, & Salzman ,  Chicago, IL


J.D.  Georgetown University Law Center, 1974
B.A. University of Pennsylvania, 1971

Community Activity

Balloon Handler, Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade
Coach, Moot Court teams at Temple University Beasley School of Law
Reading tutor, Center For Literacy  
Volunteer, Philadelphia Legal Assistance, negotiating loan modifications for homeowners in mortgage foreclosure
Board Chairman, Anti-Defamation League, Philadelphia Region, 2003-2005   
Board member, Philadelphia Bar Foundation, 1998-2003;
Board member, Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia, 1994-1999;
Co-chair, Philadelphia Bar Association State Civil Committee, 1994-1995
Board member, Reading Terminal Preservation Society, 2000-2012
Mentor, Philadelphia Futures, 1997-2001

Non-Privileged Communications With Foreign In House Counsel and Their Discovery In U.S. Litigation
"Are Damages Suffered by Stock Exchange Member Firms Recoverable for Violations of Stock Exchange Rules?" Securities News, Vol. 4, No. 1 (1995);
"False Advertising RICO Class Actions," Legal Intelligencer, Vol. 204, No. 53, March, 20, 1991;
"Ten Tips For Successful Attorney Client Collaboration in Commercial Litigation," The Practical Litigator, Vol. 14, No. 4, July 2003;
"Marriage Covenant Trumps Restrictive Covenant -- Restrictive Covenant Enforceable Against Husband Will Not Prohibit Competition By His Wife," Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Vol. 10, No. 10, October 2002;
Privity Required for Negligence Claim Against Auditor, Philadelphia Business Law Section Newsletter, 1980

Recognized annually by Philadelphia Magazine as a Pennsylvania "Super Lawyer" for commercial litigation.


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