Former Cosby Prosecutor Leaves Saltz Mongeluzzi for Anapol Weiss

Posted on March 13, 2024

Legal Intelligencer Article by Amanda O’Brien, March 13, 2024

Former Bill Cosby prosecutor Kristen Gibbons Feden is leaving Saltz Mongeluzzi Bendesky to start new sexual abuse and civil rights litigation practices as a shareholder at Anapol Weiss, which is continuing to grow following its January merger with Golomb Legal.

Feden, the fourth attorney to join Anapol Weiss so far this year, was preceded in the move by another former Saltz Mongeluzzi attorney, Marni Berger, who joined the firm on Feb.14.

“We are really thrilled with the direction the firm is moving and the strength and depth we’ve added,” Tom Anapol, son of firm founder Paul Anapol and firm shareholder, said in an interview. “We’ve turned a corner and are going to go full steam ahead and focus on the future.”

Feden rose to national attention following her role in both of Cosby’s sexual assault trials in Montgomery County in 2017 and 2018, making further headlines in 2023 after scoring two eight-figure verdicts in one day, including a $10.5 million award for six harassment and intimidation claims against rapper R. Kelly.

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