Stephen H. Lebovitz, Esquire
Stephen H. Lebovitz, Esquire, graduated from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania in 1986 with a B.S. in Economics concentrating in finance. Attorney Lebovitz then obtained his Juris Doctor from the Law School at the University of Pittsburgh in 1989. Admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1989, he joined Lebovitz & Lebovitz, P.A. practicing with his father and grandfather. He was admitted to the Maine Bar in 1992 and was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1993.
Mr. Lebovitz is active in litigation. He is often in court arguing matters concerning construction liability, corporate dissolution, real estate matters, such as partition or foreclosure, personal injury, property boundary and inheritance issues.
He appears before the Social Security Administrative Law Judges, Workers’ Compensation Judges such as partition or foreclosure. Attorney Lebovitz also handles family matters, estate planning, and tax work.
He practices in the U.S. Tax Court, before many governmental agencies and has in Bankruptcy cases in multiple states.
Attorney Lebovitz has experience in pension administration and charitable foundations as well as real estate including development, construction, planning, and evaluation. He has represented condominiums and other organizations.
His strong business background from has been invaluable in NASD/FINRA issues. Having formed and represented many businesses, he understands the challenges of establishing small businesses whether it be in the legal or operational. Having been an officer of the Wharton Entrepreneurial Society, he had first-hand access to many business luminaries and today uses their learned lessons in aiding his clients.
He is knowledgeable in intellectual property matters, technology, and the internet. Stephen Lebovitz as your attorney can find a solution to your problem whether straight forward or a new and emerging issue.
Attorney Lebovitz has served on the board or as trustee of various charitable and business organizations. He is a member of the following legal groups and associations: American Bar Association, Allegheny County Bar Association, Florida Bar Association, Maine Trial Lawyers Association.