John received his juris doctor from the Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law. During his time at law school, John worked on the Penn State Journal of Law and International Affairs as an articles editor. While attending law school, he served as judicial extern to the Honorable Judge William Caldwell in the Middle District of Pennsylvania, and also interned with the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General. John also sat on the advisory boards for Penn State Student Legal Services and the Centre Volunteers in Medicine, a local free medical clinic serving the residents of Centre County. John joined Marshall Dennehey as a law clerk in 2015, where he started in the firm's Summer Associate program and continued throughout his final year of law school.
Prior to attending law school, John graduated from St. Joseph's University with a concentration in Economics. He was inducted as a member of Omicron Delta Epsilon, the international economics honor society. Additionally, he worked with faculty of the Economics Department in a research opportunity studying the effects of international patent infringement cases on market prices. John also worked as an intern for a local law firm.
John is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, New Jersey Bar Association and Montgomery Bar Association. He also participates in the Montgomery American Inn of Court.
Year Joined Organization: 2016
The reasonable diligence standard required by the discovery rule is objective and only looks to what a person might have known by exercising reasonable diligence.
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