John P. Freedenberg Mentioned in "Nonprofit Notes: A New Foundation, Outside Exhibit and STEM Programs," Buffalo Business First
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John P. Freedenberg Mentioned in "Nonprofit Notes: A New Foundation, Outside Exhibit and STEM Programs," Buffalo Business First

November 7, 2019

John P. Freedenberg, a partner in the firm’s Product Liability and Aviation practice groups, was mentioned in an article for Buffalo Business First highlighting his involvement in a nonprofit organization that raises awareness to help fight blood cancers.

Against the Storm Foundation Inc. was formally founded in 2019 by Jack and five other Western New York-area business leaders to support causes that enhance the quality of life and health of people in need.

Jack, a member of The Kensingstons, and his band mates first began donating their door money to the food bank, different societies, and fundraisers when the band was founded in 2013. Over the years, the band began focusing their monetary efforts to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Three of the band members, including Jack, founded Against the Storm Foundation Inc.

 

Read the full article here:

Nonprofit Notes: A New Foundation, Outside Exhibit and STEM Programs,” Buffalo Business First, October 28, 2019

More about Goldberg Segalla’s John P. Freedenberg:

John P. Freedenberg, a founding partner of the firm, concentrates his practice in the areas of product liability, fire science litigation, aviation law, and catastrophic personal injury litigation. He has handled scores of trials to verdict over thirty-five years of practice, and has had numerous summary judgments granted making trial unnecessary. Jack has served as national coordinating counsel to both publicly-traded and privately-held manufacturers, and has handled the defense of product liability actions around the United States. These cases have involved both catastrophic personal injuries and major fire damage, and they have involved appliances, household products, electronic controls, power generating and manufacturing equipment, materials handling equipment, electrical systems, and aircraft engines. He has also defended several multi-fatality aviation accident cases.