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Jeffrey P. Richter

Jeffrey Richter is an associate in the firm’s Pittsburgh office. He focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation and arbitration.

Jeffrey helps clients resolve litigation across a variety of subject matters, including commercial contracting, environmental claims, employment issues, product liability claims, insurance recovery, and class action defense. He represents clients in state and federal court, as well as domestic and international arbitrations under the AAA and ICC rules.

Jeffrey’s pro bono work includes asylum claims and animal rights litigation.

Prior to joining the firm, Jeffrey clerked for the Honorable Rebecca Goodgame Ebinger of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Iowa from 2016-2017.

In addition, he was a summer associate in the firm’s Pittsburgh office in 2015, and a summer associate in the Tokyo office of an international law firm.

During law school, Jeffrey was appointed Academic Director of the Moot Court Board and Contributing Editor of the Iowa Law Review. He was also a member of the National Moot Court Team, representing the law school at the competition's final round in New York.

  • 2019 Animal Legal Defense Fund Advancement in Animal Law Pro Bono Achievement Award
  • Middle-school mentor, United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania
  • Law-school mentor, Leadership Council on Legal Diversity
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