Joseph E. Culleiton

Joe is a member of the Financial Industry Group, practicing in the area of Financial Services Litigation. Joe's litigation practice focuses primarily on individual, derivative and class actions in the banking, consumer finance, investment management, and securities industries, as well as class actions involving employment issues. He has broad experience in general commercial and other complex litigation, including patent and trade secret issues.

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Areas of Practice 1) Financial Industry Group, 2) Litigation & Dispute Resolution, 3) Financial Services Litigation and 4) Complex Litigation Strategy
Law School Georgetown University Law Center, 1998, J.D.
Admitted Year 1992
Education Georgetown University, 1993, B.S.
Bar Member / Association Pennsylvania State Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar Association
Most recent firm Reed Smith LLP
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