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Following graduation from New York University School of Law in 1972, Mr. Feldheim served as the Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable David E. Groshens, President Judge of Montgomery County, PA. After completing his Clerkship, Mr. Feldheim joined the Sunoco, Inc. Law Department in 1974. During his tenure with Sunoco, Mr. Feldheim served as Chief Counsel to two subsidiary corporations, SunGard for six years and Sun Transport for seven years. He also held the positions of Chief Counsel for Commercial Transactions and Chief Counsel for Antitrust. He had first chair responsibility for numerous acquisitions and divestments, outsourcing arrangements and a broad spectrum of contractual negotiations.He is well versed in corporation, franchise and contract matters.

In 1998 Mr. Feldheim opened an office for the practice of corporation and business law in Plymouth Meeting, PA. He is well versed in contractual "Best Practices", and has been a guest speaker addressing this topic at meetings sponsored by bar groups and various trade associations.

Mr. Feldheim has served as Chairman of the Antitrust Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association, Vice Chair of the Corporate Counseling Committee of Antitrust Law Section of the American Bar Association, President of Congregation Or Ami in Lafayette Hill, PA, and Vice Chair of the Boards of Suburban General Hospital and Suburban General Healthcare System in Norristown, PA. He is a past member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Montgomery Bar Association.

After serving for six consecutive years as Chairman of the Intellectual Property and Communication Law Committee of the Montgomery Bar Association, at the beginning of 2005 he was asked to Chair the Business, Banking and Corporate Counsel Committee of the Bar, which he continues to Chair this year. Also, he currently serves as Treasurer at the Montgomery Bar Foundation.

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