Steven G. Leventhal
2929 Arch St 13th Floor
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
Steven G. Leventhal, Partner in the Firm’s Philadelphia Office, has extensive experience in the areas of insurance defense and commercial litigation.
Mr. Leventhal is one of the firm’s more seasoned litigators with successful trial practice in the following types of cases: fire subrogation; auto; uninsured and underinsured motorist; products liability; premises liability; physical security contracts and the defense of class action law suits.
He is often called upon to arbitrate first party insurance claims and has been sitting as a neutral arbitrator for the last two decades in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.
For the past ten years, Mr. Leventhal has taught a master's degree level course in sports law and ethics as an adjunct professor at Temple University's School of Hospitality & Tourism. He has also toured the state lecturing to bar associations and trade organizations on the topic of the "Magic of Advocacy."
J.D., Temple University Law School (1987)
University of Rome (1985)
B.A., Dickinson College (1984)
Tel-Aviv University (1983)
U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals
Founder, Counsel Council (uniting all South-Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey staff counsel operations for CLE and networking)
Adjunct Professor, Sports Law - Temple University School of Tourism & Hospitality (2006-2018)
Member/Counsel, The Brothers in Harmony - S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A., Hamilton Square, NJ Chapter (2009-Present)
Featured, Exploring Courtroom Discourse: The Language of Power and Control.(2011)
Featured, Lawyers should be able to use magic. Ellusionist.com (April 23, 2009)
Quoted, Philly Lawyer Uses Magic to Make Cases Disappear. 6-ABC Action News. (March 6, 2009)
Featured, Is It Improper for a Lawyer to Perform Magic Tricks for a Jury? The Legal Intelligencer. (March 2, 2009)
Author, Everything I Needed to Know About Litigating I Learned at the Arbitration Center. The Philadelphia Lawyer. (Fall 1994)
Presenter, The Magic of Advocacy. (April 4, 2012)
Presenter, Pre-Trial Skills: Thinking on Your Feet. (November 17, 2006)