Former Attorney General Jerry Pappert has taken a new position at Philadelphia Law Firm Cozen O’Connor.
He’ll be with the firm’s Commercial Litigation group.
“With his combined high-level government and corporate experience, Jerry brings unique insights into many of the most difficult and important issues facing our clients,” said firm CEO Tad Decker. “We are extremely pleased to welcome Jerry to the firm.”
Pappert currently serves as the Chairman of the Pennsylvania Banking and Securities Commission.
According to a press release from the law firm, Pappert will assist clients with services that include government investigations, white collar criminal matters, corporate compliance, government relations and strategy, and general commercial litigation. He’s also going to work with government relations firm.
He served as Attorney General from 2003 to 2005, finishing out the second term of Mike Fisher (who ran for Governor in 2002). Pappert was courted by some Republicans in 2011 to run for AG this year, but he declined.