NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Rosen Law Firm, an investor rights firm announces that Jonathan Saidel, former four-time Philadelphia city controller and practicing attorney will be joining the firm in an institutional investor advisory role.
Jon has had a long and distinguished career in Pennsylvania politics, as well as the roles of attorney, accountant and author. He served as Philadelphia city controller for four consecutive terms, each time earning reelection by a wide margin, and enacting financial reforms that have saved taxpayers upwards of $500 million. Later, in 2010 he went on to campaign for lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania, where he was runner-up to Scott Conklin by only a few thousand votes out of almost 1 million cast. A lifelong resident of Northeast Philadelphia, Jon’s tireless dedication to fiscal discipline reduced the city’s tax burden and spurred economic development. Jon also pushed for important business tax incentives and expanded minority and small business lending, all of which have revitalized the city, helping it prosper and come back from the brink of bankruptcy in the early 1990’s to become one of the most vibrant cities on the East Coast.
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The Rosen Law Firm is dedicated to serving institutional and individual investors in recovering investment losses in public and private companies that have misrepresented material aspects of their business or whose officers and directors have breached their fiduciary duties to shareholders. Our attorneys have education and experience working in finance and combine this with expertise handling complex litigation cases to achieve significant settlements for our clients. To find out more, visit our web site at: www.rosenlegal.com.