Dylan is an attorney in Anderson Kill’s Philadelphia, Pennsylvania office and a member of the firm’s Technology, Media and Distributed Systems Practice Group and Insurance Recovery Practice Group. As a member of Anderson Kill’s Technology, Media and Distributed Systems Practice Group, Dylan represents individuals and businesses in contract disputes, shareholder disputes, trademark disputes, broker malpractice litigation, employment disputes, and disputes involving product liability. Dylan routinely represents individuals and businesses in state and federal courts across the country.
As a member of Anderson Kill’s Insurance Recovery Practice Group, Dylan counsel’s individual and corporate policyholders on a wide variety of coverage disputes, including matters that involve first-party property damage, business interruption losses, cyber-crimes, professional liability, directors and officers liability, intellectual property and, environmental liability.
Previously, Dylan was a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Richard S. Hoffman with the Appellate Division of New Jersey, where he composed memorandums and opinions in civil and criminal matters and handled pro se petitions. Dylan was also a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Lee Solomon of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, for whom he drafted petitions for certification for criminal and post-conviction relief matters, recommending the granting or denial of certification to the court. Prior to graduating from law school, he was a Judicial Extern for the Honorable George S. Leone of the Appellate Division of New Jersey. In that capacity he prepared bench memorandums and researched a wide range of legal issues in both criminal and civil contexts.
While attending Rutgers Law School, Dylan was a volunteer with the Rutgers Bankruptcy Pro Bono Project, where he interviewed clients regarding their financial background to determine their candidacy for bankruptcy, filed clients' Chapter 7 bankruptcy applications and represented clients through their bankruptcy process.
At Rutgers, Dylan was a teaching assistant in legal writing for Professor Pam Jenoff and served as the Note Editor for the Rutgers University Law Review. He also received the Academic Merit Scholarship Award, and the Alumni Association Scholarship Award.