Gross McGinley LLP


Patrick J. Reilly

Partner Attorney

Patrick J. Reilly is a native of the Lehigh Valley, and has been practicing law since 1980. He is a well-established litigator with a successful reputation in civil and criminal matters. He handles disputes from beginning to end with extensive experience in trial and appellate practice in state and federal courts.  Pat serves as Chair of the firm’s Employment Law Group.  He is a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, whose membership is limited to attorneys who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts or settlements.  Less than 1% of US lawyers are members.


"Call to Witness" by Sherry Blackman documents one of Pat’s landmark employment discrimination cases.

PJR Book CoverPublished in 2013, “Call to Witness” by Sherry Blackman documents one of Pat’s landmark employment discrimination cases.  In 2002, Pat and his client went up against a leading pharmaceutical company, winning a $2.5 million dollar award and changing the law with regards to the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Pat represents individuals as well as small business and large companies involved in contract, employment, personal injury, and commercial disputes.  He also regularly advises clients on business, criminal, and estate planning matters. Pat is a Board Certified Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.

Pat’s monthly radio segment, “Breaking the Law” can be heard on 99.9 The Hawk’s Morning Show with Rick Michaels.  In 2013 and 2014, Pat was selected for inclusion in Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, reserved for the top 5% of attorneys in the state.


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Gross McGinley’s skilled team of litigators vigorously pursues clients’ interests, either by asserting claims or defending them.  We have an exceptional professional staff that fully supports our lawyer… Read More

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