Robert Levicoff focuses his practice on a diverse range of civil litigation matters. He has experience in the defense of product liability, Federal Employers’ Liability Act (“FELA”), toxic tort, premises liability, construction defect/accidents, and commercial litigation claims.
Robert has litigated claims in a wide array of industries, including motor vehicle and automotive parts manufacturers, railroads, retail, independent contractors and construction businesses, sports and recreational facilities, commercial property owners, hotels, heavy equipment manufacturers, and insurance companies. He also has experience in federal court litigation involving complex commercial transactions, including asset purchase, non-competition, and employment agreements.
During law school, Robert clerked for the Honorable Ida K. Chen of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas and interned for the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of the Solicitor, in Philadelphia, PA. Prior to obtaining his J.D., he worked in the sales, marketing, and project management fields for the computer software, pharmaceutical, and automotive industries.
Outside the Firm
Robert enjoys coaching his daughter and son in youth sports, traveling with his wife and family, and showing his Mustang at local car shows.