Marc Antony Arrigo

Marc Antony Arrigo received a Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania in 1980, and a Juris Doctor degree from Villanova University School of Law in 1983.

He started his professional career in private practice representing a variety of commercial interests, including several short line railroads in the Northeastern and Midwestern parts of the United States.

Thereafter, he went into government service. Initially, he worked as an Assistant Public Defender in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. He later went on to become a Senior Deputy Attorney General in the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General, where he served six years in the Torts Litigation Section.

After his time in local and state government, he returned to the private sector to work in insurance defense as a staff attorney for Continental Insurance Company, and later CNA Insurance Company, dealing with commercial and personal injury litigation.

Since 1996, he has been in private practice, specializing in plaintiff’s personal injury, Workers’ Compensation, Social Security, criminal defense, estate, municipal, zoning, and related areas of the law.

He is admitted to practice in the state courts for Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the Federal District Courts for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and District of New Jersey, the United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.

In addition to his full time practice, he has worked as an instructor for the American Institute of Paralegal Studies, Inc., in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, and as the Zoning Hearing Board Solicitor for Marple Township, Pennsylvania.

He also has participated as a member in several professional, fraternal, and philanthropic associations, including the rotary club of Havertown, American Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association, Delaware County Bar Association, Philadelphia Lawyer’s Club, Delaware County Lawyer’s Club, American Society of International Law, Justinian Society of Philadelphia, Justinian Society of Delaware County, Association of Transportation Practitioners, Order of the Sons of Italy in America, National Italian American Federation, Pennsylvania Historical Society, Brandywine Conservancy, and Men of Malvern, St. Joseph’s in the Hills.