George began his legal career at a small law firm managed by an accomplished trial lawyer, where he was a part of a team that secured a seven-figure jury verdict in federal court, just weeks after he passed the bar exam. It was there that he was told, “Whoever knows the documents the best, wins the case.” George’s attention to detail serves as the foundation for his practice. In addition to his small firm experience, George worked for a midsize law firm with offices in several states. At both firms, George successfully represented individuals and businesses in commercial and employment law matters. Such matters involved a wide range of issues and claims, including those related to contractual disputes, trade secrets, trademarks, patent assignments, unfair competition, tortious interference, and employment discrimination. George has also represented businesses in wage and hour enforcement lawsuits brought by the federal government. George is grateful for the opportunity to continue his practice with B&A. When not working, George enjoys running, reading, fly fishing, and spending time with his family. Perhaps most notably, George is the third person to join B&A as a proud owner of a miniature dachshund.
- University of Pittsburgh, ’10
- University of Pittsburgh School of Law, ‘13
University of Pittsburgh, ’10
University of Pittsburgh School of Law, ‘13
- Allegheny County Bar Association, Labor & Employment Section