Founded in 1991, the law offices of Kolman Law P.C. are dedicated to handling complex litigation cases with quality and sophistication. We only represent employees and specialize in all areas of complex litigation from workplace discrimination and sexual harassment to wrongful termination and FMLA claims. Our care, attention to detail, and compassion for the people we represent, combined with years of complex litigation experience, ensure that we are the best complex litigation attorneys to handle your case. With offices in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Erie, Scranton, Lancaster & Penndel, we successfully provide complex litigation representation to clients anywhere in Pennsylvania. Regardless of where you live, we’ll always be close by and ready to help you with a consultation or representation.
Timothy M. Kolman
Mr. Kolman was recently inducted into the top 10% of employment lawyers in the United States, by ‘Lawyers of Distinction.’ Mr. Kolman is also a super lawyer with a top rating from Avvo (10 out of 10) and over 50 wonderful endorsements from his clients. He has also been awarded the Lead Counsel Designation in Labor & and Employment Law from Thompson Reuters, for the second year in a row for his “profound legal experience, peer recommendations and spotless record.” He is a lifetime member of the Million-Dollar and Multi-Million-Dollar Forum, in which membership is restricted to only those attorneys who have won million or multi-million dollar verdicts or settlements for their respective clients. He was recently selected by Who’s Who worldwide as a top lawyer. Originally from London, England, he received his first law degree from the University of Glasgow in Scotland with high honors and is a lifetime member of the Middle Temple Inns of Court in London. He then attended and received his second law degree from The University of Pennsylvania Law School where he was an Editor of the Law Review. Mr. Kolman is a member of the United States Supreme Court, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and the United States District Court for the Western District and the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the District Court of Colorado.