Richard T. Bobbe III Joins Firm as Senior Associate
PHILADELPHIA, PA. December 8, 2016: Greenblatt, Pierce, Funt & Flores, LLC (GPFF), is pleased to announce that criminal defense attorney Richard T. Bobbe III has joined the firm as a senior associate.
Richard T. Bobbe III is a trial attorney with nearly two decades of experience in criminal law. Mr. Bobbe has tried virtually every variety of criminal case from drug possession to homicide and he has successfully represented individuals in the state and federal courts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He began his career in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, where he successfully handle literally thousands of cases. Mr. Bobbe then worked at a civil law firm, where he handled professional malpractice (legal and medical), fraud investigations, defense of automobile personal injury cases from inception through trial, including arbitrations and mediations. For the past 8 years he has been President of Richard T. Bobbe III, LLC, where he has handled a variety of criminal and civil litigation matters.
Mr. Bobbe currently serves on the Executive Board of the Philadelphia Chapter Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (PACDL) and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia District Attorney Alumni Association. He earned his law degree in 1999 from Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University, where he was President of the SBA and served on the Board of Trustees, and was a founding member of the Dickinson Rugby Football Club. He received his undergraduate degree from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania in 1994.
Founded over 20 years ago as an aggressive criminal defense law practice, Greenblatt, Pierce, Funt & Flores is an established, full-service law firm with experienced attorneys skilled in all areas of criminal, employment, civil, and family law. The firm has offices in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. For more information on the firm or its attorneys, please see www.gpfflaw.com or contact Ronald Greenblatt at 215.735.1600.