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Sweeney & Sheehan

Sweeney & Sheehan




Elizabeth Dalberth is a partner at Sweeney & Sheehan and practices in the areas of labor and employment law with an emphasis on human resources, professional liability, cannabis law with an emphasis on employment, contracts, insurance coverage, personal injury, premises liability, and environmental law, including hydraulic dredging. She is admitted to the bars in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York, and venues of practice include state and federal courts and administrative agencies in all three states. She represents a wide range of clients in the public and private sectors, including corporations, municipalities, insurance companies, small businesses and private individuals. She lectures to companies, insurance professionals and attorneys on a myriad of topics. Ms. Dalberth founded and chairs the Cannabis Law Committee for the N.J. Defense Association and the Camden County Bar Association. She is a member of the Philadelphia Bar Association Cannabis Law Committee. She is also a member of USLAW, and a member of the Advocacy Committee of the South Jersey Chapter of NAWBO.

SWEENEY & SHEEHAN is an AV Preeminent-rated regional defense litigation firm representing clients across Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We are experienced litigators who practice at all levels of the State and Federal Court systems, enjoying a reputation for high quality legal representation which is tough, smart and practical. Since our inception in 1971, the Firm has been driven by our commitment to excellence in the work that we do and in the services we provide to our clients. Indeed, we will do whatever is necessary to better serve our clients. We are proud that our commitment has resulted in our being listed in the Martindale Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Attorneys. We specialize in insurance law, contracts, cannabis law, labor and employment law and assisting business with human resources.


Elizabeth Dalberth

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