New York Post Article Ties Increase in Boy Scouts Membership Fees to Sex Abuse Cases


On January 1, 2020, the Boy Scouts’ registration fee will almost double from $33 to $60 per scout. In a recent article, the New York Post attributed the increase to the sex abuse cases against the Boy Scouts, including former scouts represented by Eisenberg Rothweiler and the Abused in Scouting team.

The Los Angeles Times Profiles Eisenberg Rothweiler Client in Story About California’s New Sex Abuse Law

In an October 20 article about California extending its statute of limitations for sex abuse cases, the Los Angeles Times profiled one of Eisenberg Rothweiler’s clients who is preparing to sue the Boy Scouts of America.

The Washington Post Shines Spotlight on Eisenberg Rothweiler’s Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Against the Boy Scouts of America

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In an article about the future of the Boy Scouts of America, The Washington Post discussed the recent sexual abuse lawsuit we filed against the Boy Scouts. Dozens of media outlets across the country covered the press conference, the lawsuit, and the disclosure of these previously unknown alleged abusers, including: ABC News CBS News CNN The Los Angeles Times NBC News NPR The Philadelphia Inquirer TIME USA Today The Wall Street Journal The Washington Post If you are a victim of sexual abuse at the hands of a leader in the Boy Scouts of America, please visit www.

Eisenberg Rothweiler Proudly Supports Ms. Wheelchair USA and the MossRehab Aphasia Center

At Eisenberg Rothweiler, we are not shy about giving back to the communities and people we serve. Just recently Reta’s Games Group, a weekly program where aphasia patients play games of all kinds, practice their language skills, and socialize, in a fun and welcoming environment was endowed by the Eisenbergs. “

$25 Million Verdict Reached for Man Who Fell Through Skylight


Attorneys Ken Rothweiler, Fred Eisenberg, and Todd Schoenhaus achieved a verdict in excess of $24. Furthermore, counsel argued that screens, which now cover the 8 skylights on the auto body roof, could have easily been installed and prevented the injuries to Mr. Kalinowski.

800 Boy Scouts of America Victims Allege Sexual Abuse Since Start of 2019

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Since the start of the year, an estimated 800 men have come forward to allege they were sexually abused as children while participating in Boy Scouts of America.

Spotlight on Eisenberg Rothweiler Attorneys at the Pennsylvania Association for Justice’s 2019 Annual Retreat

Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck, P. C. , attorneys were in the spotlight earlier this month at the Pennsylvania Association for Justice’s Annual Retreat in Hershey, Pennsylvania. That same day, Ken, Fred Eisenberg, and Todd Schoenhaus presented a CLE titled “Techniques to Help Win the Tough Worksite Case: $24.

Eisenberg Rothweiler Attorneys Successfully Fight Back Against Johnson & Johnson’s Efforts to Keep our Client’s Talc Case Out of Philadelphia Court

Last week, U. S. District Judge Mark Kearney of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania agreed with arguments made by our Nancy Winkler and Todd Schoenhaus and rejected Johnson & Johnson’s attempts to move our client’s Talc-related lawsuit to a federal bankruptcy court in Delaware.

Stewart Eisenberg Interviewed by TIME Magazine Regarding Boy Scouts of America Sexual Abuse Scandal

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Stewart Eisenberg was interviewed by TIME Magazine regarding allegations of sexual abuse against the Boy Scouts of America made by over 428 men and boys.

Philadelphia Assisted Living Center Sued by Family of Visually Impaired Resident Who Died After Leaving Facility Through an Allegedly Alarmed Door and Falling Approximately Two Stories onto Sidewalk

The suit alleges that Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley and its security contractor, U. S. Security Associates, were both negligent and grossly negligent for failing to put the appropriate systems, processes, and precautions in place to prevent such an event from happening, especially where similar instances involving unsupervised residents who wandered from the facility had occurred previous to this tragedy. According to the complaint, no one from Wesley Enhanced Living at Stapeley was aware that Ms. Jones-Davis had left the building or had been injured until a nurse received a call almost an hour after Ms. Jones-Davis wandered out of the building. “