Meyer Darragh Welcomes Attorney Anthony Posa and Attorney David Meredith to the Pittsburgh office.
Meyer Darragh Welcomes Danielle M. Bacco to the Pittsburgh Office.
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Pittsburgh is home to the upcoming ALFA (American Law Firm Association) Eastern Great Lakes Regional Conference to be held on June 13-14. Meyer Darragh is hosting the event entitled Managing Critical Legal Issues and Decisions. Attorneys Mark A. Eck and Lexington V. Wolff are both actively involved in the program -- Mark as a program chair and as a moderator on a panel covering "The Latest on Social Media Strategies for Business and Litigation," and Lexi is chairing the ALFA Women's Initiative Cocktail Receiption. To view the full program brochure, click here.
Attorney Gary M. Scoulos authored a fittingly-titled article, "Dogged by Claims," discussing the risks and benefits of the use of canine units by municipalities. The article appears in the current issue of PRIMEWatch, The PennPRIME Liability and Workers' Compensation Trust Newsletter. Read the article here.
Recent Defense Verdict - Eric Anderson finished a trial in federal court last month where a jury returned a verdict in favor of Mr. Anderson’s client. The case involved a claim against Mr. Anderson’s client, a company that manufactures sheet metal roofing and siding materials. The plaintiff was injured by a piece of the material which he was handling. The plaintiff sustained a severe laceration of his arm severing multiple tendons. The plaintiff claimed that the defendant provided a defective product, it was improperly packaged, improperly shipped and was not secured in a manner so as to avoid the accident described by the plaintiff. In defense, a complete history of the company and a detailed description of the manufacturing process supplemented with photographs, actual materials and a video was sufficient to convince the jury that there was nothing improper in the manufacturing, packaging, shipping or storing of the material prior to the plaintiff’s injury. No post trial motions were filed following the verdict entered in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
It is with deep regret that we announce the recent passing of Joseph E. Vogrin, III, Of Counsel and former Partner with the Meyer Darragh law firm. Joe will be deeply missed, and we express our most sincere condolences to his loving family. Read official notice.
Attorneys Anthony Posa and David Meredith join the firm's Pittsburgh office.
Attorney Mark Eck presents at ALFA Eastern Great Lakes Regional Conference - On the Cutting Edge of E-Discovery, discussing how to most rapidly select those key employees and their various email devices to assure an appropriate response to an electronic discovery request and also discussing the lastest cases accepting the predictive coding approach to reducing electronic discovery costs.
Attorney Gary M. Scoulos recently presented a program on Current Workers’ Compensation Law, Procedures, and Forms to the Motorists Mutual Insurance Company.
Attorney Paul R. Robinson Spoke at the ALFA International 2012 Transportation Seminar on Issues Involving Transportation and Trucking Litigation
MEYER DARRAGH APPROACHING LANDMARK CENTENNIAL
Pittsburgh, PA -- From its beginnings as the George Y. Meyer Law Firm in 1913, Meyer Darragh has been a fixture in Pittsburgh's legal community. Now approaching a landmark 100 year anniversary of Mr. Meyer's firm, Meyer Darragh continues its dedication to a long, prominent history of defense litigation and counseling to its diverse client base. The firm has been practicing under its current name since 1963, so it nears the 50 year anniversary of the formation of the firm in its current form.
Gary M. Scoulos co-authored Pension Offsets for Workers' Compensation Benefits, and the Record-Keeping Needed to Support Them, an article appearing in the recent issue of PRIMEWatch, the PENNPrime Liability and Workers' Compensation News letter. Read the full article here.
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