Laura Siegle Bio
Laura Siegle brings over a decade of courtroom experience to Meyerson & O’Neill. She is an experienced litigator who has represented clients at hearings and trial of various complex civil and criminal matters.
In civil practice, Laura Siegle has obtained favorable settlements on behalf of her clients and has successfully represented their interests inside and outside of the courtroom, at depositions, settlement conferences, mediations, and trial. Laura Siegle has regularly appeared and tried cases in federal court and state court.
Prior to joining Meyerson & O’Neill, Laura Siegle was a Deputy District Attorney and the Chief of Special Investigations in the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office. During her six years as a prosecutor, she gained substantial jury trial experience and handled a variety of cases including homicide, arson, armed robbery, and child abuse. She also presented cases before the grand jury.
Laura Siegle also has extensive appellate experience. She has written numerous briefs for submission to the Pennsylvania Superior and Supreme Courts, and she has argued appeals before panels of the Pennsylvania Superior and Supreme Courts.
Laura Siegle graduated summa cum laude from Temple University in 2002. She received her law degree, cum laude, from the Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2005. She was the Executive Editor of the Temple University International & Comparative Law Journal. Her article, United States v. Schultz: Putting Cultural Property in Its Place, was published in 2004. During law school, Laura Siegle served as a law clerk in the Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas and as an intern in the Philadelphia and Delaware County District Attorney’s Offices.
Bar Admissions and Memberships
Laura Siegle is admitted to the bars of the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey and she is admitted to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Litigation of complex civil cases involving serious personal injury, professional negligence-medical malpractice and legal malpractice, wrongful death, pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements, torts, employment claims, and post-employment non-compete and restrictive covenant cases. Additionally, due to Laura’s extensive experience in the criminal justice system, Laura participates in our white collar criminal defense team and handles criminal appeals and civil rights cases involving denial of medical care to inmates and prisoners.