Tiffany J. Giangiulio
Areas of Practice
Tiffany concentrates her practice on the litigation of personal injury matters involving alleged exposure to asbestos. While much of her practice focuses on the litigation of toxic tort asbestos matters, she also handles products liability cases. She has participated in trials that have gone to verdict on behalf of her clients in Philadelphia and Dauphin Counties, in addition to litigating cases in the surrounding counties in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Tiffany has also prepared appellate briefs and argued before the Pennsylvania Superior Court.
In 2002, Tiffany double majored at Lehigh University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Bachelor of Arts in Music (composition concentration). At Lehigh, she was a member of the University Choir and traveled with them to Hong Kong, South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, Russia and Germany.
After graduating from Lehigh, she attended Villanova University School of Law, earning her juris doctor in 2005. During this period, Tiffany was a member of Moot Court Board advancing to the semi-finals in the Reimel Moot Court Board Competition.
Defense verdict for a mining equipment manufacturer following a one week trial in Dauphin County before Judge Scott Arthur Evans. The plaintiff alleged her decedent husband, who died at the age of 69, contracted mesothelioma as a result of being exposed to asbestos from the brake bands on the mining equipment manufactured by our client. The decedent's mesothelioma diagnosis was uncontested. The jury returned a defense verdict the same day as closing arguments.
Defense verdict for an electrical manufacturer following a two week trial in Philadelphia County before Judge William J. Manfredi. The plaintiff alleged that he contracted mesothelioma as a result of being exposed to asbestos from the electrical products manufactured by our client. The plaintiff was living at the time of trial and testified before the jury. Plaintiffs pursued both strict liability and negligence at trial. The jury returned a defense verdict the same day as closing arguments.
“Weed ‘Killer’ – The Round Up Verdicts,” Defense Digest, Vol. 25, No. 3, September 2019
Attorney Advisor for the John S. Bradway High School Mock Trial Competition 2016-2017 (CAPA Philadelphia, PA)