Anthony L. Gallia
is an experienced trial lawyer. Mr. Gallia serves as lead trial counsel in multimillion-dollar complex disputes in state and federal courts across the United States. He regularly represents and counsels clients, both plaintiff and defendant, in matters involving commercial litigation, intellectual property litigation, product liability, contracts, commercial real estate transactions, covenants not to compete/restrictive covenants, manufacturer/distributor disputes, and securities litigation. Mr. Gallia also has significant trial experience representing individuals, manufacturers, distributors, and other commercial entities in complex injunction proceedings involving claims of unfair trade practices, consumer fraud, protection of intellectual property, misappropriation of trade secrets, and unfair competition, as well as matters involving catastrophic personal injuries and wrongful death.
In addition to his in-court experience as trial counsel in both civil and criminal cases, Mr. Gallia has successfully represented clients in disputes through arbitration in local, national, and international forums. And when in the best interest of his clients, Mr. Gallia has successfully resolved disputes through mediation (binding and non-binding) and favorable settlements.
Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey, Mr. Gallia is a member of the American, Pennsylvania, and Philadelphia bar associations. Philadelphia Magazine selected Mr. Gallia as a Pennsylvania Rising Star in business and intellectual property litigation in 2007, 2008, and 2010 and as a Lawyer on the Fast Track in 2009.
Mr. Gallia graduated summa cum laude from the University of Akron School of Law with both a juris doctorate and master's degree in public administration. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Scranton.
•Duane Morris LLP
• Partner, 2009-present
• Associate, 2000-2008
Honors & Awards
•Selected as a Pennsylvania Lawyer on the Fast Track, 2009
•Selected as a Pennsylvania Rising Star in business and intellectual property litigation, 2007, 2008, and 2010
•Co-author, Russia's Personal Data Localization Law: Expanding Enforcement, Duane Morris Alert, April 27, 2016
•Co-author, Russia's Personal Data Localization Law Goes into Effect, Duane Morris Alert, October 16, 2015
•Co-author, Russia's New Personal Data Localization Law Goes into Effect in September 2015, Duane Morris Alert, June 15, 2015
• Your Weapons, You Will Not Need Them, Comment on the Supreme Court's Sixty-Year Silence on The Right to Keep and Bear Arms, 33 Akron Law Review 131 (1999)