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Attorney Jack Hartman Publishes Novel “No Favorite Child” with Fulton Books

access_time Posted on: March 7th, 2022

Attorney Jack M. Hartman, Litigation Chair at CGA, has just released the medical/legal thriller, “No Favorite Child”!

“No Favorite Child” is already receiving rave reviews from at least ten CGA legal professionals. CGA President, Jeffrey Rehmeyer, described the story and characters as “intriguing” and the interplay between legal and medical issues as “captivating.” Other attorneys have also given it their highest recommendation.

Jack’s novel is available in print on Amazon and Barnes & Noble, and is now available in eBook version on Kindle (in Amazon), iTunes, and Google Play. This information is available on the webpage HERE along with a short YouTube Video to pique the interest of those who have not yet read it.


On March 31st, 2022, Newswire published a short review of “No Favorite Child”. You can find that article HERE.


On April 1st, 2022, Jack and “No Favorite Child” were featured in the 246th podcast episode from Reader House Author Roundtable, which was available on the air at 8pm CST at 980AM and HERE. This podcast is available at Spotify, Apple, Amazon, and YouTube.


On August 13th, 2022, Jack held a book signing and reading at the Camp Hill Barnes and Noble. At the event, he read the prologue and the first chapter and shared additional insight into his novel.

CGA Law Firm Attorney; Jack Hartman

Jack M. Hartman

Of Counsel | Attorney

Jack M. Hartman is the previous chair of the Litigation Group. Jack has appeared before the state and federal trial and appellate courts of Pennsylvania for over 40 years on behalf of individuals, and business & health care clients in complex civil litigation. Former senior vice president, Legal Services, Geisinger Health System, Jack’s health care practice includes representation of physicians, hospitals, payors, and health care systems in integration strategies, regulatory compliance, reimbursement issues, provider contracting, medical staff issues and employment contracts.

Read Jack’s Bio Page in full HERE.