|Contact Info||Telephone: 215.564.1700|
Fax: (215) 564-3066
|University ||Temple University, B.M., summa cum laude|
|Law School||Villanova University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude|
|Admitted||2009, Pennsylvania; New Jersey; U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania|
MATTHEW L. ERLANGER is an Associate at Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC and a member of the Construction Group and concentrates his practice in construction litigation.
Matt has experience assisting the Firm's construction industry clients with research and with the preparation of motions and briefs in various construction-related matters. Prior to joining Cohen Seglias, Matt spent several years as an associate at a large suburban Philadelphia law firm, where he practiced primarily in commercial litigation. He represented individuals, businesses and municipal entities in a wide range of matters being litigated in state and federal court.
As a law student, Matt served as a Legal Intern for the Villanova Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic, representing impoverished citizens who might otherwise be unable to have legal services provided to them. In addition, Matt served as the production editor for the Villanova Environmental Law Journal.
News & Publications
•What Did I Agree to Arbitrate and Who Decides?
Construction in Brief: 2014 Volume 3
•New Jersey Supreme Court to Consider Important Public Bidding Case - Practical Considerations for Contractors
June 19, 2015
•Shafer Electric & Construction v. Mantia: PA Supreme Court holds that noncompliance with the Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act does not entitle homeowners to free work
August 21, 2014
•Update on Discoverability of Attorney-Expert Communications
July 25, 2014
•Pennsylvania Supreme Court Evenly Divided on Discoverability of Attorney-Expert Communications
May 16, 2014
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Update on Discoverability of Attorney-Expert Communications
Matthew L. Erlanger,Jennifer M. Horn, July 31, 2014
On April 29, 2014 an evenly divided Pennsylvania Supreme Court in Barrick v. Holy Spirit Hospital upheld a lower court ruling holding that communications between a party’s attorney and a party’s expert witness are exempt from disclosure during discovery. This case was previously...
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