Attorney Patrick J. Reilly Transitions to Of Counsel
Gross McGinley announces firm partner, Patrick J. Reilly, has transitioned into an “Of Counsel” role with the law firm. Pat is relocating his law practice to Venice, Florida and we are pleased that he will continue a relationship with our firm.
Pat joined the firm 33 years ago as an associate attorney. Over the years, he developed a reputation as a passionate litigator, successfully representing our clients at the trial and appellate levels. Pat was also a strong leader in the firm, chairing the firm’s Litigation and Employment Practice Groups as well as serving on several administrative committees throughout his partnership.
While at Gross McGinley, Pat was recognized on a state and national level as a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a Civil Trial Advocate with the National Board of Trial Advocacy, and listed in Pennsylvania Super Lawyers. Probably his most notable professional accomplishment was his contribution to the book Call to Witness by Sherry Blackman which documents one of his landmark employment discrimination cases.
During Pat’s tenure with Gross McGinley, he not only built an impressive litigation practice, but he also developed long-lasting relationships within our firm and with our clients. We are deeply grateful for Pat’s years of dedication, experience, and leadership. After serving our firm for more than three decades, we are saddened to see Pat leave us. However, we are very pleased that he will continue his relationship with our firm and clients.
We wish Pat well in his new adventure in the sunshine state!