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Firm History

Herbert B. Lebovitz, Esq. (1908-1998) began practicing law over 75 years ago in the Pittsburgh area. Lebovitz & Lebovitz, P.A., formed by Herbert B. Lebovitz, Esq. and his son, Robert A. Lebovitz, Esq. in 1968, offers the experience of three generations of lawyers. Stephen H. Lebovitz, Esq. and Richard D. Lebovitz, Esq. now practice with Robert A. Lebovitz, Esq. continuing the family tradition.

The law firm has extensive experience in civil litigation. From personal injury, commercial, family law, products liability, eminent domain, real estate, tax, social security to workers compensation, we have been involved in evaluation, negotiation, settlement, trial and appellate review. We also handle complex as well as simple estate planning, Orphans' Court and inheritance tax. We handle corporate matters involving buying, selling, merging, formation and dissolution, contractual and employment disputes and agreements.

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Robert A. Lebovitz, Esquire

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Robert A. Lebovitz, Esquire, graduated from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania in 1959 as a real estate and finance major where he was on the Dean’s list. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1962, where he was awarded the American Jurisprudence Prize for Excellence in both Constitutional and Administrative Law. He received the George Woods Memorial Award for outstanding work in his second year, won the Pittsburgh National Bank Estate Planning Prize and was co-captain of the Moot Court Team.

Admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in January, 1963, he served in Mannheim, Germany as 15th QM BN Assistant BN Executive Officer. He was also responsible for income tax assistance to the entire 6th QM Group.

Returning to Pittsburgh to practice law in 1964, with his father, Herbert, he developed litigation skills. In Wawrykow v. Simonich 652 A.2d 843 438 Pa. Super 340 (1994), a suit to determine paternity for inheritance purposes, determination of whether existing evidence established paternity and whether three-year lapse of time since decedent’s death would preclude DNA testing were questions to be decided by trial court before motion to exhume body for DNA testing would be decided. Upon remand to the trial judge DNA buckle swabs of paternal grandparents and mother established paternity. In an admiralty case involving an explosion of a motor boat on the Ohio River resulting in severe personal injuries to the occupants, liability of the railroad which operated a trestle above was established through expert testimony based upon testing of the fragments taken from the injured parties and conclusion that a signaling device above dislodged and caused the injury.

Mr. Lebovitz is involved in estate planning, corporate employment agreements, contracts and was intricately involved in the establishing and franchising of The Athletes Foot, now an international operation of athletic shoe stores

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Stephen H. Lebovitz, Esquire

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Stephen H. Lebovitz, Esquire, graduated from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania in 1986 with a B.S. in Economics concentrating in finance, and from the Law School at the University of Pittsburgh in 1989. Admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1989, he joined Lebovitz & Lebovitz, P.A. practicing with his father and grandfather. He was admitted to the Maine Bar in 1992 and was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1993.

Mr. Lebovitz is active in litigation. He also handles family matters, estate planning and tax work being admitted to the U.S. Tax Court. He has experience in pension administration and charitable foundations as well as real estate including planning and evaluation. His strong business background has been invaluable in NASD/FINRA issues.

Mr. Lebovitz is knowledgeable in intellectual property matters and the internet.

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Richard D. Lebovitz, Esquire

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Richard D. Lebovitz graduated from Emory University with a BA in 1989 having majored in Political Science and Economics. He Graduated from Duquesne University School of Law in 1992 and has been admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar since 1992. Richard heads up the office family and veterans law sections. He is involved with real estate matters, landlord/tenant disputes, litigation, workers compensation, medical malpractice, contracts and estate practice.

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