Attorney Timothy D Iannini named Partner

 Robb Leonard Mulvihill congratulates Attorney Timothy D. Iannini on his elevation to Partner.

Mr. Iannini has served as an associate for Robb Leonard since 2012, specializing in complex insurance coverage, extra-contractual litigation, commercial litigation, motor vehicle and premises liability, general civil litigation, and workers’ compensation matters.  In addition, Mr. Iannini’s prior practice has also encompassed the handling of matters in the areas of labor and employment, school, municipal, and family law, as well as pro bono work. He has successfully litigated numerous cases in state courts throughout western and central Pennsylvania on behalf of a wide range of clients such as corporations, small business owners, and individuals. 

Mr. Iannini graduated summa cum laude from The Pennsylvania State University in 2003, where he finished first in his class in the College of Education.  He is also a 2007 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where he received a CALI Excellence for the Future Award and served as Student Notes Editor of the Journal of Environmental and Public Health Law.  While in law school, Mr. Iannini worked as a clerk in the in-house legal department for a global manufacturer of specialty materials. After law school, Mr. Iannini also served as an associate with a large, full-service law firm in Erie, PA, where he obtained invaluable litigation experience.  He is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania state courts and in the United States District for the Western Districts of Pennsylvania.  He is a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association.  In his spare time, Mr. Iannini has volunteered in community programs to serve as a role model for at-risk children, with the objective of providing positive life experiences and building self-esteem.  He has also served as a volunteer for Shriners Hospital Sledge Hockey, one of the first sledge hockey teams in the United States, assisting disabled children to provide them with the opportunity to play hockey.