Drew L. Mallick

Associate

Office: Philadelphia

Direct: 215-461-3317

Fax: 215-461-3311

dmallick@nullohaganmeyer.com

  • Professional Overview

    Drew focuses his practice on defending clients in general liability, product liability, premises liability and professional liability claims.

    Drew also has extensive experience in defending liquor licensees (Dram Shop Act / liquor liability matters), property owners, general contractors and subcontractors in construction defect and injury matters, commercial transportation companies, and manufacturers and distributors in complex product liability cases.  Drew has also litigated issues involving indemnity claims for general contractors and subcontractors and property owners.

    Additionally, Drew is certified by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s Responsible Alcohol Management Program (RAMP) which provides training and certification to severs, sellers and managers of alcohol licensees across Pennsylvania. This certification allows Drew to better provide counsel and defend liquor licensees as to training issues and alcohol service procedures.

    Drew is also a certified arbitrator for the Philadelphia Compulsory Arbitration Program.

  • Practice Areas
  • Education and Admissions

    Education

    Drew obtained his law degree from Michigan State University College of Law in 2008. Prior to obtaining his Juris Doctor degree, Drew attended Penn State University earning Bachelor of Arts degrees in both Political Science and Philosophy in 2003.

    Admissions

    Drew is admitted to practice in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is also admitted in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania and the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

    States Licensed

    • New Jersey
    • Pennsylvania
  • News, Honors, Publications & Speeches
    • Super Lawyers Rising Stars 2016, 2017, 2018 – General Litigation
    • Speaker, Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association Expo, Dram Shop Liability, 2017
    • Harvard Negotiation Law Review, Don’t Think Twice Mediation’s All Right: U.S. Corporations Should Implement In-house Mediation Programs Into Their Business Plans, 2009
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