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Philadelphia - Headquarters

2000 Market Street, Suite 2300
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 575-2600
(215) 575-0856 - Fax

The central office of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at 2000 Market Street, just blocks from iconic City Hall. The dynamic growth and entrepreneurial spirit of our firm is paralleled by the intensified business spirit of Philadelphia, the home of many health, legal, manufacturing, architectural and engineering enterprises.

Philadelphia is the nation's fifth largest metropolitan area and is the second largest city on the East Coast. It boasts the presence of some 49 colleges and universities, 24 teaching hospitals and a state-of-the-art telecommunications and information system.

The contrast between the historical aspects of Philadelphia, with such notable attractions as the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and the Betsy Ross House, and its new and growing skyline, consisting of such ambitious modern structures as Liberty Place and other skyscrapers, is quite striking.

Philadelphia is the home of a number of "firsts" in America, including:

  • 1731 - First library in America, the Philadelphia Library, was founded by Benjamin Franklin.
  • 1736 - First American fire-fighting company was called the Union.
  • 1751 - First independent hospital in America was Pennsylvania Hospital (still in operation).
  • 1777 - First American flag was made by Elizabeth (Betsy) Ross at her home on 239 Arch Street.
  • 1779 - First American university was The University of Pennsylvania (one year before Harvard).
  • 1790 - First capital of the United States was Philadelphia until it was moved to Washington in 1800.
  • 1805 - First art museum and school of fine arts was the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
  • 1809 - First American theatre was the Walnut Street Theatre (still active today).
  • 1874 - First American zoo was established at 34th Street and Girard Avenue.
  • 1932 - First cheesesteak was invented by the legendary "King of Steaks," Pat Olivieri (concession in South Philadelphia is still in operation).
  • 1946 - First fully electronic computer was invented by Physics Professor John Mauchly and Teaching Assistant John Presper Eckert at The University of Pennsylvania.

 

Our Philadelphia office is very close to the state and federal courts, as well as the various locations where administrative hearings are held.

We are very deeply involved in and dedicated to the social, business and charitable aspects of the Philadelphia metropolitan community. Our firm's level of commitment has resulted in special recognition by, among others, the United Way. In 1996, the Delaware Valley Total Quality Consortium recognized our firm for excellence in leadership and service. The firm's members are very active with the Insurance Society of Philadelphia and, on a number of occasions, have been publicly recognized by the Society for their continuing contributions.

It is at this Philadelphia location where administrative, accounting, quality assurance, management and information management functions are centralized.

If you were to visit any of our offices, and we warmly invite you to do so, you would find a winning corporate culture where there is an unmistakable emphasis on providing a high level of service to our clients, achieving outstanding litigation results and a willingness to work closely with our clients in fashioning new and cost-saving approaches to litigation expenses. It is manifestly clear that we are an entrepreneurial law firm that is well positioned to meet the needs of our clients in a cost-effective manner.

Our clients enjoy rapid access to our management system. To underscore this fact, we invite you to call our President and CEO, Thomas A. Brophy, Esquire, with any inquiries you may have regarding our firm. His direct dial number is (215) 575-2748 and his e-mail address is tabrophy@mdwcg.com. Consistent with our firmwide policy, you will not be asked, "Who is calling?" but, rather, "What can we do for you?"

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(215) 575-2814
Shareholder
(215) 575-2871
Special Counsel
(215) 575-2768
Senior Counsel
(215) 575-2893
Shareholder
(215) 575-2609
Shareholder
(215) 575-2639
Shareholder
(215) 575-2640
Associate
(215) 575-2610
Shareholder
(215) 575-2642
Shareholder
(215) 575-2704

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August 28, 2013
Marshall Dennehey has partnered with the Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School to sponsor the education of four of its students through the school's unique work-study program. Cristo Rey is an independent, Catholic, college preparatory school for students of all faiths who cannot otherwise afford a...
August 16, 2013
"Class Action," the in-house rock and roll band at Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, will perform in the final round of the 13th Annual Fortune Battle of the Corporate Bands competition, to take place September 28th at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio. After...
August 15, 2013
Marshall Dennehey announced today that three of its attorneys have been selected as 2014 "Best Lawyers of the Year" by Best Lawyers in America© (Copyright 2013 by Woodward/White, Inc., of Aiken, SC). They are: Thomas C. DeLorenzo, Philadelphia, PA, for Personal Injury Litigation - defendantsMichael...
August 2, 2013
Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin has partnered with the Veterans Law Clinic of Widener Law School to provide pro bono legal services through its Volunteer Attorney Program. The clinic provides free legal representation to veterans and their dependents with disability compensation...
May 29, 2013
Philadelphia, PA – Marshall Dennehey shareholders Niki T. Ingram, Candy Barr Heimbach and Ronda K. O'Donnell have been named to the 2013 "Top 50 Women Pennsylvania Super Lawyers" list by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers magazine. This is the third time Ingram and Heimbach have been named to the exclusive...
May 17, 2013
John J. Hare, Shareholder and Chair of the Appellate Advocacy and Post Trial Practice Group, presented oral arguments earlier this month in Vanderhoff v. Harleysville Insurance in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. This is the second time that Vanderhoff has been considered by the Supreme Court. R....
May 16, 2013
John Hare, Chairman of the Post-Trial and Appellate Advocacy Practice Group at Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, testified in April before the Pennsylvania Legislature in support of a bill he co-drafted that seeks transparency in the process by which claimants seek compensation from...
April 4, 2013
William Banton Jr. of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin has become a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, one of the premier legal associations in America. The induction ceremony at which Banton became a Fellow took place before an audience of approximately 615 attendees...
December 14, 2012
Philadelphia, PA – Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin is pleased to announce that the following 13 attorneys were elected shareholders at the Annual Shareholders’ Meeting on December 11, 2012: Christopher Boyle, Esq.; James Lare, Esq.; Thomas Marcoz, Esq.; Brian McNulty, Esq.; Raymond...
September 25, 2012
After 20 years on Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia, Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin has relocated its headquarters to 2000 Market Street. The firm has taken over more than 130,000 square feet of space on five floors in order to provide a significant new work environment for its 350...

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Parking: There are numerous parking lots in the vicinity of 2000 Market Street, located between 17th and 21st on Market Street as well as on 21st Street, 20th Street and 19th Street, south of Market Street.

From North of Philadelphia:
Take I-95 South to the Center City Exit. Take the upper ramp, not Callowhill Street. Follow the ramp which leads to I-676 (Vine Street Expressway). Take the exit which is marked Broad Street. Follow the ramp up and around which leads you onto 15th street. Stay on 15th Street to John F. Kennedy Blvd. and turn right. Proceed west on John F. Kennedy Blvd. to 20th Street and turn left. Travel 1 block to Market Street.  Our building, 2000 Market Street is on the southwest corner of 20th and Market Street. Note that 20th Street becomes one way at Market St. and you must turn right or left on Market.

From South of Philadelphia:
Take I-95 North to the Center City Exit which is I-76 West the Schuylkill Expressway. You will cross over the Platt bridge, stay in the left lane. At the light at the bottom of the bridge make a left turn. This will turn into the expressway. Follow the expressway to the 30th Street Station Exit. At the light at the top of the ramp make a right, this is Chestnut Street. Follow Chestnut Street until 20th Street and make a left onto 20th. Follow 20th  one block to Market Street. Our building, 2000 Market Street will be on the left hand side of Market Street at the corner of 20th Street.

From East of Philadelphia:
Ben Franklin Bridge: Follow signs to I-676 Vine Street Expressway. Take the exit which is Broad Street. Follow the ramp up and around which leads you onto 15th street. Stay on 15th Street to John F. Kennedy Blvd. and turn right. Proceed west on John F. Kennedy Blvd. to 20th Street and turn left. Travel 1 block to Market Street.  Our building, 2000 Market Street is on the southwest corner of 20th and Market Street. Note that 20th Street becomes one way at Market St. and you must turn right or left on Market.

Walt Whitman Bridge - I-76 West (Schuylkill Expressway) Follow the expressway to the 30th Street Station Exit. At the light at the top of the ramp make a right, this is Chestnut Street. Follow Chestnut Street until 20th Street and make a left onto 20th Street. Follow 20th Street for 1 block to Market Street. Our building will be on the left hand side at the corner of 20th and Market Street.

From West of Philadelphia:
Pennsylvania Turnpike East to Valley Forge Exit. Follow 76 East (Schuykill Expressway - Center City). 76 splits to 676 - bear left at split. Follow the ramp which leads to I-676 (Vine Street Expressway). Take the  exit which is marked Broad Street. Follow the ramp up and around which leads you onto 15th street. Stay on 15th Street to John F. Kennedy Blvd. and turn right. Proceed west on John F. Kennedy Blvd. to 20th Street and turn left. Travel 1 block to Market Street. Our building, 2000 Market Street is on the southwest corner of 20th and Market Street. Note that 20th Street becomes one way at Market St. and you must turn right or left on Market.

From Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Area:
Take Northeast Extension of PA Turnpike South to end (Mid-County Exit). DO NOT GO EAST OR WEST ON MAIN TURNPIKE. After leaving toll booth you are on Blue Route (476). Take 476 South to I-76 Schuylkill Expressway Exit. Go east toward Philadelphia. Stay on Schuylkill Expressway towards Philadelphia (approx. 10 miles) Follow the ramp which leads to I-676 (Vine Street Expressway). Take the first exit which is Broad Street. Follow the ramp up and around which leads you onto 15th street. Stay on 15th Street to John F. Kennedy Blvd. and turn right. Proceed west on John F. Kennedy Blvd. to 20th Street and turn left. Travel 1 block to Market Street. Our building, 2000 Market Street is on the southwest corner of 20th and Market Street. Note that 20th Street becomes one way at Market St. and you must turn right or left on Market.

Managing Attorney

Butler Buchanan III
Managing Attorney, Philadelphia, PA Office
(215) 575-2661
bbbuchanan@mdwcg.com

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