Firm Overview

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Employment Law Attorneys

Logan & Logan is a boutique firm in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. We concentrate exclusively on employment law—this is all we do.

Our more senior partner, James Logan, argued and prevailed in an age discrimination case at the U.S. Supreme Court (Harbison-Walker Refractories v. Brieck). It is an important honor for any attorney to have argued and prevailed at such a high level, in such an important case.

James Logan has been a leader in the organized bar, including service as Chair of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the Allegheny County Bar Association.

We are a husband and wife duo, with combined experience of over 50 years in the private practice of law, nearly all of those years concentrating in individual employment rights litigation.

One of our cases, Novosel v. Nationwide Insurance Company, is widely regarded as a landmark case, which pushed the envelope of employment law.

We are one of the few firms in our region with the sophistication, background and experience to handle cases on both sides of the fence: approximately 75 percent of our practice involves representation of employees in disputes with their employers, and about 20 percent involves representation of small businesses in disputes with their employees.

The other 5 percent of our practice is spent as mediators or arbitrators, selected by our peers as professionals with the necessary experience and street smarts to resolve and/or decide complicated issues of fact and law in this very complex area of practice, one which has serious consequences for employee and employer alike. We founded Employment Law Mediation Services, which since 1996 has provided mediation services for attorneys and litigants in complicated federal court employment cases, assisting the parties in resolving their differences amicably and in bringing an end to costly, time-consuming litigation.

Our attorneys were founding members of the Western Pennsylvania chapter of the Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Association, and one of our attorneys was the Vice-President of PELA for the first 10 years of its existence (the organization is now known as the "National Employment Lawyers Association," or NELA).

We also enjoy a wide network of associations with professionals and experts in fields necessary for us to provide the wide range of services provided by much larger law firms.

If you have questions or concerns regarding employment law, contact our lawyers today for your free initial telephone consultation. We are in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and serve the Pittsburgh metropolitan area and Western Pennsylvania.