Anthony J. Judice is an attorney in the Pittsburgh office of Gordon & Rees and is part of the Commercial Litigation and Real Estate practice groups. He counsels various real estate and energy clients on transactional matters throughout the Appalachian Region, including procurement and divestiture, leasing and title issues, due diligence, curative, and midstream right of way issues. Mr. Judice is experienced in drafting and reviewing various types of title opinions, including leasehold opinions, drilling opinions and opinions for pipelines. His experience extends to analysis of complex leaseholds, fractionalized heirships, former railroad properties and former roadways. Mr. Judice is proficient in the drafting of purchase agreements, deeds, leases and other related documentation for real estate closings on properties throughout Pennsylvania.
Mr. Judice also handles various disputes such as contract claims, product liability actions, tort claims and quiet title litigation in both state and federal courts. He has maintained an active practice representing and counseling clients in all aspects of commercial and civil litigation, including discovery, motions practice, hearings and settlement negotiations.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Judice worked in the oil and gas title department at a regional law firm. Mr. Judice also has experience in the fields of personal injury, specifically in automobile accidents, slip and fall cases and real property insurance litigation.
Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania
Allegheny County Bar Association
Duquesne Law Alumni Association
American Association for Professional Landmen
Michael Late Benedum Chapter of the AAPL
- Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Pittsburgh's 50 Finest Honoree (2015)
- Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Pittsburgh's 50 Finest Mentor (2016-2019)
- Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas Family Division (Pro Se Motion certified legal intern 2009)
- Allegheny County Solicitor’s Office (Adult Family Law certified legal intern 2009)
- Hugo J. Black Community Enterprise Law Clinic (certified legal intern 2008–2009)