A Boutique Litigation Law Firm In Philadelphia

Abramson & Abramson, LLC is serving local, national, and international clients in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and throughout the country.

Gilbert Abramson & Dennis Abramson

ECFMG, USMLE, NRMP and Other Medical Credentialing Services

  • USMLE Irregular Behavior Defense
  • ECFMG Irregular Behavior Defense
  • NRMP Match Waiver and Match Violation Defense
  • ABIM Defense of Disciplinary Action
  • Appeal of Irregular Behavior Decisions
  • Applying for Exceptions to ECFMG Policies
  • Additional USMLE Step Exam Attempts
  • NRMP – Applying for Match Waiver
  • NRMP – Defending Match Waiver Sought by Program
  • NRMP Match Violation Defense
  • Self-reporting Potential Infractions to ECFMG, USMLE, and NRMP
  • ERAS/AAMC Defense of Violation of Application Standards
  • State Medical Board applications (including sponsorship letter)
  • State Medical Board Disciplinary Action Defense
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Business and Commercial

  • Business Litigation Attorney
  • Real Estate Attorney
  • Healthcare Litigation Attorney
  • Lender Liability Attorney
10.0 Avvo Rating Top Attorney Bar Register Preeminent Lawyers 2021 Super Lawyers Avvo Clients Choice Badge Top Litigation Attorney in Philadelphia Top Litigation Attorney in Philadelphia

Over 50 Collective Years of Experience

Goal-driven attorneys with extensive experience in nearly every aspect of litigation and pre-litigation dispute resolution, we represent businesses, entrepreneurs and professionals across a wide range of industries, as well as healthcare practitioners across all disciplines in connection with licensing, credentialing, and disciplinary matters.

Our Practice Areas

We have brought and tried cases in virtually every conceivable forum, including state and federal trial and appellate courts, arbitration (including AAA and FINRA), and before federal, state and local government agencies and medical organization agencies (including ECFMG and NBME/USMLE).

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