Gregory C. Scheuring, Jr.
Greg’s practice is primarily focused on the following:
Employment Litigation – Defends employers and employees in discrimination suits, wrongful termination, wage and hour litigation in state and federal courts and administrative agencies. Also counsels employers and clients on employment practices.
Personal Injury/Civil Litigation – Defends parties in products liability, toxic tort, premises liability, construction, motor vehicle and transportation accidents. Has litigated lawsuits in state and federal courts in Pennsylvania and West Virginia
Undergraduate:La Roche College (cum laude) – B.S. Accounting and Business Management, 1999
- Letterman on the baseball team.
Law School:Duquesne University Law School – Juris Doctorate, 2002
- Participated in Duquesne University’s Tax Practicum which provided legal assistance to individuals with income tax disputes
- Contributed as an articles editor for Duquesne University Law School’s Juris Magazine
- West Virginia
- United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
- United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia
- United States Supreme Court
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Allegheny County Bar Association
- 2010, 2013-2017 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers – Rising Star
- State trial courts in Pennsylvania
- Federal District Courts of Pennsylvania
- State trial courts in West Virginia
Prior legal experience in the areas of family law and tax law.
- Ellis v. Beemiller, Inc., et. al., (W.D. Pa.). Successfully defended and obtained summary judgment on behalf of a firearms manufacturer and firearms distributor. The lawsuit alleged that Plaintiff sustained personal injury as a result of an alleged defect in the pistol he was handling.
- Green v. Macedonia Baptist Church, (Ohio County, WV). Successfully argued and obtained a dismissal of a lawsuit alleging personal injuries as a result of a fall on the Defendant’s property.
- Estate of Mary Herron v. Avon Products, Inc., et. al., (Allegheny County, Pa.). Successfully argued a motion to remove a cosmetic talcum powder case from the asbestos docket and to have the matter assigned to the Commerce and Complex Litigation Center.
- Finney v. Cameron International Corp., et. al., (Allegheny County, Pa.). Obtained summary judgment on behalf of an employer defendant where it was alleged that the Plaintiff sustained injuries as a result of alleged exposure to asbestos fibers.