Seth L. Laver
1700 Market St Ste 1418
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Employment Law, Labor Law, Professional Liability
Seth Laver is an associate practicing in the area of commercial litigation. Mr. Laver focuses his practice within business litigation on employment and labor law and professional liability defense; including the representation of lawyers, doctors, architects and particularly accountants. He has gained experience in many areas of complex litigation. Mr. Laver has been selected for inclusion for the past two years as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer Rising Star by Philadelphia Magazine.
In the area of business litigation, Mr. Laver counsels individuals and both large and small companies in a myriad of legal matters. He represents businesses in breach of contract suits; professional corporations, partnerships, and limited liability entities in lawsuits among stakeholders and other complex business-to-business controversies.
In the area of employment and labor law, Mr. Laver represents employers in a variety of litigation matters, including sexual harassment, race, national origin, disability and age discrimination cases, wrongful discharge, defamation and other constitutional claims. He counsels employers on recognizing and preventing employment discrimination and other employee-related lawsuits, with an emphasis on the early implementation of proper procedures. He drafts and updates employee handbooks and consults employers regarding compliance with company by-laws and Human Resources protocols.
In 2001, Goldberg Segalla was founded as a modern, refreshing alternative to the typical law firm. Today, we are proud to serve as national trial counsel for Fortune 100 companies, and have an ongoing history of success.
Every day at Goldberg Segalla, we are guided by our mission to be a Best Practices firm. We pride ourselves on following client guidelines and exceeding client expectations. Our focus is on quality over quantity – which is why we do not have a minimum billing requirement for our attorneys, alleviating the pressures that many other firms put on their attorneys to maximize billing. As recognition of this practice, our firm was one of the first in the nation to be invited into the Council for Ethical Billing, now known as the Council on Litigation Management. We have also invested in Best Practices in numerous other ways, including implementing systems that reward the team over the individual, thereby helping us achieve our goal of exceptional client service.