University of Pittsburgh

Kevin P. Lucas

Adjunct Professor of Law

Mr. Lucas has devoted his career to the litigation of complex business, technical, and financial disputes and claims.   These matters are prosecuted or defended with one fundamental goal in mind: favorable resolution achieved in a prompt and cost efficient manner.   Mr. Lucas has tried and argued cases for regional, national and foreign clients in the state and federal trial and appellate courts located throughout Pennsylvania and in various other states as well as in administrative proceedings and both domestic and international arbitrations.   The substantive areas of Mr. Lucas' litigation practice span virtually the entire range of disputes affecting business, including contracts, commercial transactions, construction disputes, employment practices, environmental liabilities, unfair competition, and products liability.   In addition, a significant portion of Mr. Lucas' practice involves the providing of business counseling and mediator/arbitrator services where his broad litigation background provides insight into the identification and avoidance of potential risks and the resolution of competing interests and claims.

Mr. Lucas' expertise and personal commitment and attention to his clients have enabled him to achieve a history of successful results.   Detailed information and references will be provided on request.

Education

  • JD, University of Michigan
  • BA, Fordham University
  • Specialization

    • Business/Commercial Litigation
    • Trials in Federal/State Courts and Administrative Agencies
    • Arbitration and Mediation, both Domestic and International

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