Biography: Born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania in 1970, Jeff Kubay is an experienced trial lawyer focusing on insurance defense litigation. Jeff advises and represents a diverse array of clients in construction litigation, professional liability, products liability, real estate, property disputes and contract review/negotiations. Jeff has litigated cases in trial and appellate courts throughout Pennsylvania, including the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, as well as magisterial district courts.
Jeff previously served as judicial law clerk to the Honorable Marilyn J. Horan of the Court of Common Pleas of Butler County.
Jeff has lectured on construction law and professional liability, including matters concerning design professionals and real estate professionals.
Education: Duquesne University School of Law, JD 1995 – Research Editor, Duquesne Law Review
University of Pittsburgh – Johnstown BA Political Science 1992 summa cum laude
Admissions: Admitted to Pennsylvania State and Federal Courts in 1995; Admitted to Practice in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals
Memberships: Allegheny County Bar Association; Allegheny County Bar Association Construction Law Section; Member, CLM Alliance (Claims and Litigation Management); Member, Pennsylvania Bar Association
Presentations: “Entering into Constuction Contracts and Subcontracts” seminar for HalfMoon Enterprises, Inc; October 23, 2013 – Pittsburgh, PA
Marcellus and Utica Shale: New Issues for Real Estate Professionals, Webinar for Victor O. Shinnerer & Co., Inc; November 16, 2012 – Chevy Chase, MD
Community Service: Allegheny County Bar Foundation, NLSA, Hampton Athletic Association (coach)
Practice Areas: Products Liability; General and Commercial Liability; Professional Malpractice; Auto Law; Insurance Coverage Issues; Real Estate Litigation; Construction Litigation; Representation of Architects, Engineers, Surveyors, and Landscape Architects; Oil and Gas Law, Custody; Landlord/Tenant Matters; Mechanics’ Liens; and DUI/Misdemeanor Defense