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Cohen is a hot shot Philly lawyer turned high tech entrepreneur. Success upon success has crowned his efforts, & now he’s reinvented himself as a best-selling mystery author. His first book is a clever legal thriller.–Burl Barer
Jeffrey A. Cohen — author of THE KILLING OF MINDY QUINTANA on True Crime Classics with Burl Barer & Don Woldman
Jeffrey A. Cohen is a writer, trial attorney and technology entrepreneur residing in Philadelphia. He has written on legal issues, including short stories and articles such as “The Black-White Disconnect: A Conversation with Author David Bradley,” on the O.J. Simpson trial, and “Eight Days a Week,” on legal ethics.
A graduate of the Law School of the University of Pennsylvania, Mr. Cohen specialized in appellate, class action and mass tort litigation before entering the business world. He has sold four of his companies to publicly traded entities since 1996 and now writes full time. He is currently at work on his second novel, A Plea for Leniency.
Until April 2008, he served as CEO of Teleperformance Interactive, the automated technologies company he sold to Teleperformance in 2004. Teleperformance is the world’s leading customer relations management company with more than 80,000 employees.
Every Saturday at 2PT, 5ET you can hear Burl Barer on True Crime Uncensored broadcast by Outlaw Radio.
- True Crime Classics: Burl Barer and Don Woldman Talk with Las Vegas Mob Historian, Dennis Griffin! (imaginepublicity.com)
- True Crime Classics: Serial Killers too Close to Home! (imaginepublicity.com)
- True Crime Classics with Burl Barer and Don Wolman: Back to Back with Hart Fisher on Here Women Talk (imaginepublicity.com)
- True Crime Classics: Burl Barer and Don Woldman Welcome Georgia Durante! (imaginepublicity.com)
- True Crime Classics: Author, Ron Franscell (imaginepublicity.com)
- True Crime Uncensored: Author of The Frank Matthews Story (Drug Kingpin Vanishes with $15 Million! ), Ron Chepesiuk (imaginepublicity.com)
- True Crime Classics: Mary Jo Buttofuoco, Getting It Through My Thick Skull (imaginepublicity.com)