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Contact Information:
Three Logan Square
1717 Arch Street
Suite 3710
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Telephone: (215) 231-7100
Facsimile:  (215) 231-7101

jph@maronmarvel.com


James (Jim) P. Hadden is a Director in the firm's Philadelphia office.  Following law school, Jim served as a Philadelphia Assistant City Solicitor in the Claims Unit until entering private practice in 1984.  For over 30 years, Jim has represented clients and supervised toxic tort litigation on a national level in State and Federal Courts.  He also has extensive experience with products liability, silica and ephedra litigation and with professional negligence and construction cases.

Additionally, Jim represents employers in their disputes with employees in Federal Court as well as before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission.  He has also continued to represent municipalities throughout his career.

PRACTICE AREAS
Toxic Tort, Mass Tort and Product Liability Litigation, Construction Accident, Construction Defect, Employment Law, Municipal & Public Entity Litigation and Professional Liability Litigation.

BAR ADMISSION
Pennsylvania; United States Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania; United
States Court of the Middle District of Pennsylvania; United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals.

EDUCATION
Seton Hall School of Law (J.D. 1982); Fairfield University (B.A, 1979).

MEMBERSHIP
American Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association, Philadelphia Bar Association, Defense Research Institute.

PRO BONO ACTIVITIES

Jim performs Pro Bono services as a child advocate in court proceedings, and has been enrolled in the First Judicial District Pro Bono Roll of Honor. Jim is also an elected board member of the North Light Community Center. Jim has served as Judge Pro Tempore, First Judicial District (Philadelphia). Jim has been recognized nationally for his Pro Bono work as a child advocate and received the American Bar Association's General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division "Difference Maker" award in 2011.

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