- S.U.N.Y. at Albany (BA History, magna cum laude, 1975)
- Temple University School of Law (JD, cum laude, 1978)
- New York
- District of Columbia
George Bochetto is a nationally acclaimed trial lawyer and litigator and has been recognized in countless cases for his unrelenting and persuasive litigation and trial techniques. George has been cited for “Raising the Bar” by the National Law Journal, and has been written about and featured in dozens of trade journals and legal publications throughout the United States. George is also an accomplished author and lecturer, offering numerous legal seminars and speaking at various law schools, including frequent engagements as an expert commentator and consultant in areas of wrongful use litigation, ethics, and trial strategies. George has also appeared on countless local and national television broadcasts regarding many of his cases. In addition to his litigation practice, George has been a lifelong member of the athletic community and was appointed Pennsylvania’s State Boxing Commissioner in 1995, serving until 2002, where he completely revamped the regulation of boxing in Pennsylvania. George has been listed in Who’s Who in American Law, Men of Achievement, National Registry of Who’s Who, Bar Registry of Preeminent Lawyers, Million Dollar Advocates Forum, The National Law Journal and Best Lawyers in America, and was the recipient of the 1996 Chairman’s Award from the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, the 1997 Man of the Year aware from the Pennsylvania Veterans’ Boxing Association, and the Boxing Commissioner of the Year (1999), award. George’s practice areas are in complex civil trial and appellate litigation, white collar defense, defamation, RICO matters, commercial litigation, tax and fraud prosecution and defense, injunctive actions, and appellate litigation. Born Brooklyn, NY, October 7, 1952; admitted to bar, 1978, Pennsylvania; 1995, New York; Education: S.U.N.Y. at Albany (BA History, magna cum laude, 1975); Temple University School of Law (JD, cum laude, 1978). Member, Temp. Law Quarterly 1976-77. Fellow, Academy of Advocacy. Member of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New York, District of Columbia and American Bar Associations.