Whether prosecuting or defending against claims, our team of experienced trial attorneys, litigators, and paralegals listen to our clients’ needs to formulate the strategy necessary in achieving the best possible outcome. Whether reaching a verdict in court or settling the case before trial, you can be assurred that the litigation team at Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin battles long and hard to protect your rights and interests.
Ed Rubin, who is Of Counsel to our litigation department, is one of a handful of lawyers in Pennsylvania who is board-certified as a trial advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Ed has achieved national distinction in the areas of business litigation, environmental litigation and personal injury.
For more information about a specific litigation area, please click on its individual heading below.
Our business litigation attorneys will go to great lengths to resolve any commercial claim through trial or negotiation. In many cases, a potentially expensive and time-consuming legal battle can be resolved through face-to-face discussions. However, when litigation is unavoidable, the gloves come off with no litigation team fighting more zealously on behalf of clients than Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin.
Our firm’s environmental litigation team is led by one of the region’s foremost authorities on environmental law. Numerous clients have reaped dividends from his team’s expertise recently. The firm is currently counsel to a number of municipal authorities in the first two major state appeals of a TMDL in Pennsylvania, one of which produced the first written judicial opinion on jurisdiction with respect to TMDL litigation in the Commonwealth. In addition, the firm was also responsible for a landmark decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in which the court held for the first time that a private cause of action existed under the Pennsylvania Storage Tank and Spill Prevention Act. Under this act, individual property owners can sue for environmental harm from underground tanks that leak and contaminate the soil. These actions often involve underground tanks at gas stations which leak and cause environmental harm to adjoining landowners.
HRMM&L attorneys are widely recognized for their acumen in personal injury law. Our attorneys are widely published, have lectured extensively, and are active members of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association. Our attorneys have tried hundreds of jury trials throughout the state – including one case that resulted in one of the highest jury verdicts ever recorded in Montgomery County.
Firm Scores Victory in Court for Montgomery County Homeowner
October 30, 2017
Lisa Shearman and Nathan Murawsky Present “The Intersection of Estates and Civil Litigation” Seminar
April 21, 2017
Three Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin Attorneys Selected for Inclusion in 2017 Best Lawyers in America
August 17, 2016
Commercial Litigation Article authored by Steve Lupin Published in The Advocate
August 24, 2015
Bill Roark Presents on Proposed Pennsylvania Medical Cannabis Act
July 1, 2015
Ethan O’Shea Elected Secretary of Montgomery Bar Assn’s Trial Lawyers Section
February 4, 2015
Three HRMM&L Attorneys Selected for Inclusion in 2015 Best Lawyers in America
August 18, 2014
Steve Lupin Authors Commercial Litigation Article in January 2014 Issue of PAJustice News
January 1, 2014
Jonathan Shaw Joins Firm
December 2, 2013
Five Attorneys Selected to 2013 Super Lawyers List
July 1, 2013
Steven Lupin Honored by Montgomery Bar Assn as “Trial Lawyer of the Year”
October 26, 2012
LITIGATION ALERT: Covered or Not – That is the Question
March 28, 2014
LITIGATION ALERT: Potential Personal Liability for Unsigned Change Orders
October 19, 2013
LITIGATION ALERT: Digging In – The Basis of a Mechanic’s Lien Claim for Site Work
October 16, 2013
ALERT: PA Dept of State Posts Important Consumer Alert
May 29, 2013
ALERT: EEOC Enforcement Guidance on Consideration of Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions
June 15, 2012
LITIGATION ALERT: Shipley Fuels Marketing, LLC v. Medrow
May 1, 2012