Dilworth Adds Litigation Attorney Silvio Trentalange


July 8, 2019 (Philadelphia, PA)Dilworth Paxson LLP announced today the addition of associate Silvio A. Trentalange to the firm’s Litigation Department.

Trentalange represents both plaintiffs and defendants in commercial and complex civil litigations. He provides clients strategic guidance and has worked cases from prelitigation investigation through trial and appeal. He has argued discovery and dispositive motions before federal and state courts, and led briefing projects on intricate legal issues before the United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals and United States Supreme Court.

“We’re excited to welcome Silvio to the firm,” said the Chair of Dilworth Paxson’s Litigation Group, Thomas Biemer. “His experience litigating commercial and complex matters, on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants, will prove invaluable to our clients.”

Prior to joining Dilworth, Silvio worked at a prominent Philadelphia plaintiffs’ firm handling complex cases concerning toxic tort and products liability class actions, commercial arbitrations, wrongful death, and catastrophic injury.

Silvio is a graduate of Temple University’s Beasley School of Law, where he graduated cum laude. While in law school, Silvio served as an intern for the Honorable Timothy J. Savage in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Additionally, he worked as a clinical intern for the Philadelphia City Solicitor’s Office – Civil Rights Unit, the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, and the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.

He received a bachelor’s degree from St. Joseph’s University.

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