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Stephen I. Richman

Stephen I. Richman, American lawyer. Bar: Pennsylvania 1958, United States District Court (western district) Pennsylvania.


  • Richman, Stephen I. was born on March 26, 1933 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Northwestern University, 1954. Juris Doctor, University Pennsylvania, 1957.


    • Associate McCune Greenlee & Richman, 1960—1963, Greenlee Richman Derrico & Posa, 1963—1984. Partner Richman, Smith Law Firm, PA, Washington, 1985—2005. Of counsel Webber, Gallagher, since 2005.

      Fellow College Worker's Compensation Lawyers (American Bar Association). Lecturer University South Florida School Medicine, Mine Safe International Chamber of Mines of We. Australia, West Virginia University Medical Center Grand Rounds, American College Chest Physicians, Pennsylvania Thoracic Society, American Thoracic Society, The Energy Bureau, College American Pathologists, Allegheny County Health Department, American Public Health Association, International Association Indiana Accident Boards and Communications, Industrial Health Foundation, National Council Self-Insurers Association, American Iron and Steel Institute, Canada Thoracic Society, I.L.O./N.I.O.S.H., Universities Associated for Research and Education in Pathology, American Ceramics Society, National Sand Association.

      Member advisory committee United States District court We. District Pennsylvania, since 1994.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: Pennsylvania 1958, United States District Court (western district) Pennsylvania.


    • Author: Meaning of Impairment and Disability, Chest, 1980, Legal Aspects for the Pathologist, in Pathology of Occupational and Environmental Lung Disease, 1988, A Review of the Medical and Legal Definitions of Related Impairment and Disability, Report to the Department of Labor and the Congress, 1986, Medicolegal Aspects of Asbestos for Pathologists, Architect Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, 1983, Legal Aspects of Occupational and Environmental Disease, Human Pathology, 1993, Impairment and Disability in Pneunoconiosis, State of the Art Reviews in Occupational Medicine-The Mining Industry, 1993, House Bills 2103 and 885. Co-author: Act 44 and 57 amending Pennsylvania Workmen's Compensation acting.


    Member legal committee Industrial Health Foundation, Pittsburgh. Board directors Pittsburgh Opera Society, Pittsburgh Jewish Federation, 1994—1997. Director Jewish Family and Children's Service, Pittsburgh, 1995—2001.

    Fellow: College Worker's Compensation Lawyers. Member: Association of Trial Lawyers of America, American Bar Association (former vice chair workers compensation and employers liability law com, toxic and hazardous substance and environmental law committee, lecturer), Pennsylvania Chamber Business and Industry (worker's compensation committee, chairman subcommittee on legislation drafting, lecturer), Pennsylvania Bar Association (former council worker's compensation section, contributor bar association quarterly 1992, 1993).


    • Married Audrey May Gefsky.
    • spouse: Audrey May Gefsky.
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