Thomas G. Servodidio
Vice Chairman of Duane Morris

Thomas G. Servodidio is Vice Chairman of the firm and also serves on the firm's Executive Committee. For nearly 30 years, Mr. Servodidio has represented corporate clients and senior executives in all aspects of complex employment law and management labor relations. Mr. Servodidio represents businesses in all types of employment litigation, including the defense of employment discrimination claims, wrongful discharge cases, wage and hour litigation, employment contract matters and restrictive covenant litigation. Mr. Servodidio also counsels businesses on a variety of employment matters such as the preparation of human resource policies, the development of diversity and inclusion programs, affirmative action programs, employee investigations, reductions in the workforce and OSHA citations. In addition, he represents management in representation and unfair labor practice proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board and handles collective bargaining negotiations as well as grievances and arbitrations under collective bargaining agreements. Mr. Servodidio also negotiates and drafts executive employment agreements for both employers and senior executives.

Mr. Servodidio is listed in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business, the Client's Guide (2006-2017) as one of the country's top employment lawyers. Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the District of Columbia, he is also a member of the Philadelphia Bar Association.

Mr. Servodidio served as Chair of the Firm’s Employment, Labor, Benefits and Immigration Group from 2001-2017 before becoming Vice-Chairman of the Firm.

A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Bucknell University (magna cum laude), he received his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School (cum laude) in 1987.


     Areas of Practice
     Employment Law
     Management Labor Relations
     Employment Advice and Counseling
     Employment Litigation
     Restrictive Covenant Litigation
     Trade Secret Protection
     Collective Bargaining Negotiations
     Wage and Hour Litigation
     Affirmative Action 

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