Prior to joining Marshall Dennehey, Seth was a staff trial attorney for seven years at Nationwide Insurance. He handled general defense litigation including automobile liability, construction matters, and premises liability. Before joining Nationwide Insurance, Seth entered private practice at a small civil litigation firm in Philadelphia, where he handled a range of civil litigation from premises liability to complex product liability matters.
Seth was appointed to judge pro tem for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas and to the Investigative Division of the Philadelphia Bar Association's Commission on Judicial Selection and Retention.
Seth graduated from Temple University School of Law in 1992. He attended college at The American University where he graduated in 1988 with honors.
•An Overview of Construction Defect Litigation in Pennsylvania, Nationwide Insurance Company, December 16, 2014
•Commercial Defense Practice in New York, New Jersey & Pennsylvania, Nationwide Insurance Company, December 5, 2014
•Commercial Defense Practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, Nationwide Insurance Company, December 2013
•Brief Overview of Pennsylvania Contractual Indemnity and Additional Insured Issues, Nationwide insurance Company, April 2012
•Numerous presentations to property managers and insurance companies regarding effective claims handling and tender issues
•Pennsylvania Amusement Park Association Annual Conference, 2007
Honors & Awards
•AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell
Year Joined Organization
Associations & Memberships
•International Amusement & Leisure Defense Association
•Pennsylvania Amusement Park Association
•Pennsylvania Bar Association
•Volunteer Attorney Christian Legal Clinics of Philadelphia
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