Firm News | January 8, 2021

Mark Altemose Named CEO of Cohen, Feeley, Altemose & Rambo

Cohen, Feeley, Altemose & Rambo is pleased to announce that Mark Altemose has become CEO of the firm.

Mark has spent his 30-year legal career as an impassioned advocate for victims of negligence and defective products. He has achieved many multi-million dollar results for his clients, several exceeding $10 million, including verdicts of $95 million, $4.3 million, and $1.5 million. In the last five years, he has recovered more than $45 million for clients, including more than $9 million during the on-going pandemic.

Mark is a Board Certified Civil Trial Advocate who has received numerous awards and honors in his field, including recognition by his peers as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, an AV Preeminent Lawyer, Best Lawyers in Pennsylvania, and Top 100 Trial Lawyer in Pennsylvania. He is the past president of the Donald E. Wieand Barristers Inn, former member of the Board of Governors of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice, and former member of the Board of Directors of the Lehigh County Bar Association.

Mark is a widely sought-after speaker in the area of personal injury law, and has presented more than 50 continuing legal education seminars to his peers. He also speaks to community, charitable, and business organizations.

Martye Cohen, founding partner of the firm and who will remain as co-managing partner and Chairman of the Board, describes Mark as “simply one of the best and most respected personal injury attorneys in Pennsylvania.”

“More than that, he is one of the best people I know,” Cohen said. “I have never met a more dedicated, hard-working, caring, and honest person than Mark. I know that he will ensure that the firm continues to provide the best representation available for victims of negligence and defective products for many years to come.”

Kelly Rambo-Williams, the firm’s other named partner, said of Altemose, “I have worked side by side with Mark for the past 15 years. Mark is an outstanding lawyer and person, and I am confident that he will lead the firm to even more success in the future.”

“I want to thank Martye and Kelly for the confidence they have placed in me and I won’t let them, our staff, or our clients down,” Altemose said. “I want to especially thank Martye for his tutelage over the years. He has been and continues to be a great mentor to me.”

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