Tricia A. Swann
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Phone: 215-665-3266
tricia.swann@obermayer.com
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Tricia A. Swann has comprehensive experience in business and commercial litigation. She has represented numerous mid-size to large corporate entities involved in various types of commercial litigation, including contractual litigation, construction litigation, products liability, personal injury defense litigation (including national trucking entities) and Directors & Officers liability litigation. She has also defended corporations in wrongful termination matters brought by former employees and represented physicians in breach of contract matters with health care institutions.

Ms. Swann also has substantial experience in the representation of facilities management corporate entities in a wide variety of service industries within the commercial sector, with a focus on contract drafting with respect to insurance, defense/indemnity and claim resolution provisions. An experienced trial attorney, Ms. Swann has assisted national service industry contractors—such as janitorial, floor care, building repair, snow/ice removal, landscaping and lot cleaning/waste management companies—navigate the challenges and liabilities that can arise from contractual subcontractor relationships. She has recovered nearly 3 million in liability claims related costs for her service-industry clients.  Ms. Swann’s representation has effectively reduced and, in some cases, eliminated liability claim costs and, further, has promoted reduced liability coverage premiums for her clients. 

She has favorably arbitrated hundreds of disputes on behalf of her clients and has successfully litigated in both trial and appellate courts. Ms. Swann also serves as an arbitrator in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas.

Professional & Civic Activities

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • American Bar Association

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