Corporate and Commercial Litigation Attorney | Antitrust and Unfair Competition Attorney | Anderson Kill P.C.

Neil C. Schur


Neil Schur is a shareholder in Anderson Kill’s Philadelphia office.  He is a leading commercial litigator in state and federal courts and a frequent speaker and writer on various litigation topics.

Neil has litigated cases at the trial court and appellate levels in several states.  He represents clients in matters involving contracts, fraud, antitrust and unfair competition, the Sherman Act, the Robinson-Patman Act, the Lanham Act, and the False Claims Act.  He has substantial experience in antitrust and unfair competition matters, franchise litigation and environmental litigation.

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  • Twice named “Pennsylvania Super Lawyer Rising Star” by Philadelphia Magazine
  • Named “Lawyer on the Fast Track” by The Legal Intelligencer
  • Enrolled in Pro Bono Roll of Honor of the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania
  • Awarded MS Leadership Award by National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Professional Memberships

American Bar Association, Antitrust Section; Pennsylvania Bar Association; Philadelphia Bar Association.

Board Memberships

Director and Member of Finance Committee of Mt. Sinai Cemetery Association (2015-present); KIPP Philadelphia Schools Leadership Council Chair (2012-2017).

  • Chubb Nat'l Ins. Co. v. D'Cunha, No. 2:22-CV-1042-NR, 2023 WL 4866101 (W.D. Pa. July 31, 2023) (granting motion for partial summary judgment and finding insurance company owed our client a duty to defend).
  • Boris v. Vurimindi (Pa. Super. Ct. No. 1553 EDA 2020, Jan. 25, 2022) (affirming, inter alia, trial court’s order quashing subpoenas to client intervenors).
  • Numoda Corporation v. A. Boris (C.C.P. Phila. No. 210402523, Jan. 19, 2022) (overruling defendants’ preliminary objections to client’s complaint for breach of negotiable instrument); see also Numoda Corporation v. J. Boris (C.C.P. Phila. No. 210402531, Jan. 19, 2022) (reaching same result).
  • Vurimindi v. Schaheen (C.C.P. Phila. 201904001684, Sept. 3, 2019) (sustaining clients’ preliminary objections to complaint alleging defendants’ failure to comply with order in separate case that plaintiff had appealed).
  • Banks v. Owens, 2018 WL 6249709 (E.D. Pa. Dec. 6, 2018) (granting motion to dismiss claim against lawyer for science museum who allegedly played role in museum employee’s filing police report of stalking by plaintiff), affirmed (3d Cir. Dec. 13, 2019).
  • Fioravanti v. Ettere, Essex Cty. No. ESX-L-1250-17 (unanimous defense verdict dated Dec. 12, 2018, rejecting plaintiff’s effort to “pierce the corporate veil” and recover corporate debts from shareholders), motion for new trial denied, March 1, 2019.
  • United States ex rel. Oberg v. PHEAA, 912 F.3d 731 (4th Cir. Jan. 8, 2019) (affirming defense verdict rejecting plaintiff’s claim that Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency had defrauded the U.S. Department of Education and damages claim in excess of $350 million).
  • Guthrie Healthcare System v. Context Media, Inc., 826 F.3d 27 (2d Cir. 2016) (affirming district court’s liability determination of a likelihood of confusion between the parties trademarks but reversing overly narrow injunction).
  • In re Exide Technologies, 2010 WL 2163190 (3d Cir. June 1, 2010) (concluding, after years of contentious litigation, that purchaser had substantially performed contract, so it was not executory and could not be rejected under 11 U.S.C. § 365(a)). U.S. Bankr. Ct. D. Del. No. 02-11125, Adv. Proc. No. 10-52766 (Jan. 8, 2013), cert. denied, Feb. 22, 2011.
  • Tubbs v. North American Title Agency, Inc., 2010 WL 3044067 (3d Cir. Aug. 5, 2010) (reversing dismissal of plaintiff client’s complaint).
  • Shaev v. Sidhu (C.C.P. Phila., Oct. 28, 2008) (approving settlement of five consolidated class actions after fairness hearing), affirmed, Super. Ct. of Pa., 3405 EDA 2008, 3406 EDA 2008, Aug. 9, 2010, alloc. denied, Dec. 21, 2010.
  • Weiss v. Fiber Optic Designs, Inc., 2008 WL 3984166 (E.D. Pa. Aug. 27, 2008) (dismissing complaint with prejudice as a sanction for plaintiff’s “established pattern of discovery misconduct and willful inattentiveness to his own case”).
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Congress Takes On Price Setting
The Philadelphia Business Journal | August 14, 2008
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Antitrust Litigation best practices: Leading Lawyers on Developing a Defense Strategy, Evaluating Settlement Opportunities and Avoiding Common Mistakes
Aspatore Books | July 01, 2008
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Court Renders First Robinson-Patman Act Ruling in 12 Years
The Legal Intelligencer | March 06, 2006
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3rd Circuit Offers Insight into Sherman Act Sec. 1 Claim Proofs
The Legal Intelligencer | December 21, 2004
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Assessing the Constitutionality and Policy Implications of the 1994 Federal Drug Kingpin Death Penalty
Texas Forum on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights | June 01, 1996
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Practical Guidance on Confidentiality and NDAs

ACC Greater Philadelphia Chapter

August 08, 2023  |  Philadelphia, PA
Anderson Kill Snags Longtime Stevens & Lee Partner
Philadelphia Business Journal
People in the News: April 15, 2022 - Saxton & Stump, Anderson Kill
The Legal Intelligencer


The University of Texas School of Law, J.D.
University of Pennsylvania, B.A., with distinction in English Literature
St. Catherine's College, University of Oxford


Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York


United States Supreme Court

United States Court of Appeals for the Third and Fourth Circuits

United States District Court for the Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of Pennsylvania

United States District Court for the District of New Jersey