Editor’s note: looks like its true. https://www.padisciplinaryboard.org/for-the-public/find-attorney/attorney-detail/333687
Received this note today:
I am surprised you did not cover my recent licensure on TCPAWorld. Regardless, I am certain we will be seeing a lot of each other as I begin my legal career, albeit on opposite sides. I look forward to working professionally with you and your firm in the near future. If you want to have me on your podcast sometime in the next few months let me know; I’d be happy to do so.
Thank you kindly,
Andrew Perrong (PA Bar #333687)
Perrong Law LLC
2657 Mt. Carmel Ave.
Glenside, PA 19038
The state bar website does not confirm he has been admitted:
Perrong attributes this to a “lag”–which is probably true. But I will believe it when I see it. And when I see it I will have Perrong on the podcast immediately.
Perrong is a controversial character in TCPAWorld. A repeat TCPA player of the highest order–a “habitual litigant” according to one judge– who always seems to have claims of suspicious circling around his cases. Plus I have received reports that he is overbearing and unpleasant, although I have never dealt with him personally as he has always been represented by counsel–the Wolf–when I have litigated against him.
But rulings like this from federal judges suggest TCPAWorld denizens should be rightly concerned about this new development:
If any misconduct exists, it is Plaintiff’s decision to act with petulance rather than professionalism by ignoring communications from opposing counsel, filing a request for default judgment despite knowing that Defendants intended to answer, and forcing Defendants to “rack up billables” (Pl. Resp. at 8) in order to oppose Plaintiff’s Request for Default Judgment. Plaintiff’s behavior is gamesmanship of the lowest order.
Gamesmanship of the lowest order?
We can expect Perrong to enter the TCPA game with fury and volume. I can only imagine what that will mean for TCPA filings–which are already WAY above last year.
Still, perhaps now that Perrong is licensed to walk among the attorney demi-gods he will turn over a new leaf and protect his ticket to practice law by developing a new professionalism and respect for the legal system. We shall see.
Either way, I will get the guy on the podcast the ASAP.
Speaking of the podcast, did you catch episode 16 yet? Really good one–and pretty quick too.
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