Maura Fay McIlvain is a partner in the Litigation Department. Maura represents clients in claims under federal statutes and provisions governing civil rights, securities, RICO, anti-trust, bankruptcy, and credit reporting. She also represents clients in claims under state statutes and common law governing contracts, employment, defamation, malpractice, conspiracy, and privacy. Additionally, Maura handles matters relating to the United States and Pennsylvania Constitutions.
She also has extensive experience in matters initiated in federal, state, and bankruptcy courts, primarily on the East Coast, as well as in alternative-dispute resolution.
Maura’s successes include the June 2011 Third Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision affirming dismissal of plaintiff’s claims under 42 U.S.C. §1983 and under state law for conversion, conspiracy and invasion of privacy-false light, and the August 2011 Superior Court of Pennsylvania decision dismissing, as moot, plaintiff’s appeal of an order granting defendants’ motion for summary judgment on the grounds that plaintiff was defamation proof.
Maura is part of a team of Dilworth lawyers who represent McKesson Corporation on a regular basis.