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Pittsburgh, PA
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About Marguerite

Attorney, Collaborative Law certified and certified mediator with ten years’ experience practicing labor and employment law, municipal law, education law, probate, estates and trusts, elder law, and civil litigation.

Primary experience on both the employer and employee side, drafting, reviewing and re-writing municipal policies to conform to changes in law, planning and helping implement employee performance improvement plans, defending and filing EEOC and PHRC complaints and conducting negotiations, participating in unemployment compensation hearings and appeals, researching, drafting motions, complaints, briefs and all necessary court documents, participating in hearings, arguments, motions court and conferences, conducting discovery and conducting mediation and negotiation in Federal, State and lower level courts.

University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Juris Doctor, May 2006, Dean's List, CALI Award for Jurisprudence, UCIS Scholar

Admitted, Commonwealth of PA; U.S. Dist. Ct. for the W.D. of PA, 2006
Publication: Link, Marguerite. (2013). PHRC Mediation Program. Solo and Firm Practice Section News,
Vol. 29 No. 2, 5-6
Trained in Collaborative Law, through CLASP, September, 2016
Certified Mediator, the Pittsburgh Mediation Center, October 2004

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Small claims matter

She did great at handling my issue. She was very professional and responsive. I would definitely recommend Marguerite.


Great Attorney, very reliable and on time with work.

Dr. T (Doctor of Chiropractic)

Excellent attorney! She will work hard for you.

Business Debt

Great Attorney - on time with her work, honest, and professional.

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