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Contact information:
100 West Station Square Drive
The Landmarks Building
Suite 250
Pittsburgh, PA 15291
Telephone: (412) 773-8385
Facsimile: (412) 281-5522
rleidigh@maronmarvel.com

Robert Leidigh is an attorney in the firm’s Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania office. Bob has over 25 years of general civil litigation experience practice with an emphasis on defense of product liability, negligence, property damage and insurance, including insurance coverage issues.  He has represented multiple product manufacturers and suppliers, equipment manufacturers (boilers, kilns, pumps, compressors and valves), brick and refractory manufacturers, gasket and packing manufacturers, and other categories of defendants in asbestos and toxic tort litigation.

PRACTICE AREAS
Product Liability, Insurance Defense, Mass Toxic Tort Litigation

BAR ADMISSIONS
Pennsylvania
West Virginia
Supreme Court of the United States (2002-present)
U.S. Court of Appeals (Third Circuit) (1994-present)
U.S. District Court (W.D. Pennsylvania) (1991-present)
U.S. District Court (S.D. West Virginia) (2002-present)
U.S. District Court (E.D. Arkansas) (2005-present

EDUCATION
The Dickinson School of Law (J.D. 1989)
The Pennsylvania State University (Bachelor of Arts in Journalism)

MEMBERSHIPS
American Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association, West Virginia State Bar, Allegheny County Bar Association, American Inns of Court (W. Edward Sell Chapter; Vice President 2016-2018)

LAW SCHOOL HONORS AND AWARDS
Edgar I. King Memorial Award for appellate advocacy
Frank E. Roda Memorial Award (awarded by Pennsylvania Trial Lawyer’s Association team for performance in National Appellate Moot Court competition)

PUBLICATIONS
American Bar Association Torts & Insurance Practice Section, Products Liability Committee Newsletter:
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules to Expand Employer Liability (Spring 2014)
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Declines to Adopt Restatement (Third) of Torts (Fall 2014)
Federal Judge Predicts Asbestos ‘Bare Metal’ Defense May be Available to Protect Against Strict Liability Claims Under Pennsylvania Law (Fall 2015)

 

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