Justin G. Weber is a partner with Pepper Hamilton LLP, resident in the Harrisburg office. He concentrates his practice in commercial litigation.
Mr. Weber represents businesses and business owners in litigating and resolving disputes in both state and federal courts and administrative agencies. He has tried cases in both jury and bench trials, arbitrations and before administrative agencies. Mr. Weber’s representative engagements include:
- litigating contractual issues relating to Marcellus Shale development and the operation of a brine injection facility
- successfully obtaining a complete defense verdict in an arbitration trial regarding a contract dispute
- successfully obtaining summary judgment in a contract dispute involving a contract requiring a vendor to guarantee the sale of its products
- litigating software license disputes
- assisting judgment creditors in asset recovery actions
- representing a nationwide service plaza company litigating commercial and personal injury disputes in Pennsylvania
- assisting employers in both the prosecution and defense of non-compete agreements
- representing construction contractors in the resolution of contract disputes
- representing a lender in the foreclosure and sale of property on a multi-million dollar judgment
- assisting in the representation of clients in investigations by the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office – Bureau of Consumer Protection.
Mr. Weber was selected for inclusion on the 2011-12 Pennsylvania Rising Stars lists.
Before joining Pepper in 2005, Mr. Weber concentrated his practice in state and local tax litigation with a multi-national law firm.
Mr. Weber graduated magna cum laude from the Dickinson School of Law in 2002 where he was a member of the Woolsack Honor Society, the Speakers Trust and the Student Faculty Hiring Committee. He received his B.A. Goshen College in 1999, with a focus on business administration and economics.
Mr. Weber is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and before the U.S. District Court for the Middle and Eastern Districts of Pennsylvania. He has been a member of both the James S. Bowman and Cumberland County American Inns of Court and also has served as an adjunct faculty member in the trial advocacy program at the Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University.