JAMES P. GOSLEE (Shareholder) is an experienced trial lawyer and represents plaintiffs in personal injury, product defect, medical malpractice and libel and defamation claims. In addition to representing individuals injured as a result of negligence, he has recently served in a leadership role in multidistrict litigation, serving as State Liaison Counsel in In Re Sorin 3T Litigation.
James has secured substantial jury verdicts on behalf of his clients. Some of his notable verdicts and settlements include:
James serves on the Leadership Council of the non-profit Community Legal Services of Philadelphia and is an active member of the Temple Inn of Court. In 2016, he was the recipient of The Legal Intelligencers Lawyer on the Fast Track award.
James graduated from Temple University School of Law Magna Cum Laude and has a master’s degree in trial advocacy. He worked for 3 years at a large international law firm before taking a clerkship with a federal district court judge.
Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law, J.D. (magna cum laude), 2006
Lycoming College, B.A. (Economics), 2003
Law Clerk to the Honorable Timothy J. Savage in the United States District Court for Eastern District of Pennsylvania (2009 – 2011).
Mr. Goslee is a pro-bono volunteer for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania’s Prisoner Civil Rights Litigation panel.
United States District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
Pennsylvania Associates for Justice (Member of the Board of Governors)
Philadelphia Bar Association
Pennsylvania Bar Association
Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association
Pennsylvania Association for Justice (Future Leaders Section Delegate)
Temple Inn of Court
James P. Goslee, Major Changes to Removal Jurisdiction in 2012, The Legal Intelligencer (January 9, 2012).
James P. Goslee, Leaving the Courthouse: Career Advice for Law Clerks, The Legal Intelligencer (May 10, 2012).
James P. Goslee, Revisiting the Feingold Decisions -— Putting Bad Faith in Context, The Legal Intelligencer (November 20, 2012).
James P. Goslee & Matthew T. Stone, Prioritizing Business Development to Ensure Autonomy, The Legal Intelligencer, January 22, 2013).
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