Serving as a Trial Attorney in the Products Liability arena for more than 45 years, Jack Hall understands the industry – how it works, the challenges, the verbiage. His practice has included the defense of manufacturers of automobiles, industrial machine/equipment, consumer products and appliances, chemical products, and medical devices. He has also regularly defended clients facing food-borne product claims and is very knowledgeable and experienced in FDA regulations, as they pertain to such matters. He has extensive trial experience in state and federal courts in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
- Litigated over 2500 Product Liability lawsuits in Pennsylvania and West Virginia
- Familiar with and understands the technology as it relates to products
- Extensive experience assessing the value of a Products Liability claim and lawsuit
- Served as an attorney in over 250 mediations
- Has prepped thousands of expert witnesses for testifying in deposition and trial.
Using his legal knowledge of the recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court Products Liability decision in the Tincher case which changed the landscape of Pennsylvania products law, as well as years of conducting mediations as a trial attorney, Jack serves as a valuable asset to both sides, and therein, provides a balanced educated approach ideal for all aspects of ADR.
- Affiliated with the Academy of Trial Lawyers of Allegheny County
- Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL)
The President’s message for the American College of Trial Lawyers describes this outstanding organization of select American and Canadian trial lawyers well:
“The American College of Trial Lawyers, founded in 1950, recognizes the very best of the trial bars of the United States and Canada. The College’s Fellows are chosen strictly by invitation and only after a rigorous, confidential investigation. Fellowship is limited to one percent of the lawyers in any individual State or Province. In practice, far less than one percent ever qualifies for this honor. Personal integrity, ethics, collegiality and community standing are also key factors in evaluating lawyers for Fellowship. Fellowship is limited to those lawyers who have shown themselves to be not only skilled trial lawyers but who are also recognized by the lawyers they handle cases with and against and the judge before whom they practice as among the very best in their jurisdiction.”
– The American College of Trial Lawyers: www.actl.com
- Selected for inclusion in Pennsylvania Super Lawyers
- Selected for the Best Lawyers in America
- Attained an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell
- Active member of the Product Liability Advisory Council (PLAC)
- Regularly lectures for the Pennsylvania Law Institute (PBI) on product liability issues