New Jersey Litigation Leader David G. Tomeo Joins Marshall Dennehey’s Roseland Office as a Shareholder in the Health Care Department

David G. Tomeo, a litigation leader with more than 30 years of experience across New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York, has joined Marshall Dennehey’s Roseland office as a shareholder in the firm’s Health Care Department. Previously, he chaired the Litigation Department and served as General Counsel at a Livingston, New Jersey based firm. 

Tomeo has devoted his career to civil litigation, with emphasis on medical professional liability, commercial and business litigation, and insurance coverage matters. In addition to defending medical malpractice claims, he is knowledgeable in health law and often handles actions involving the interpretation of hospital and health care provider contracts. He also has experience in representing urgent care center franchisors in medical malpractice suits and handles other matters at the intersection of franchise and medical malpractice law. 

“David is a talented lawyer and we are thrilled to welcome him to the firm,” said Robin B. Snyder, Director of Marshall Dennehey’s Health Care Department. “His background in medical malpractice and insurance coverage, coupled with health law, brings great depth to our practice.” 

Rated AV-Preeminent by Martindale Hubbell, Tomeo has argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey and the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court. He has also handled matters before federal and state trial courts throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and various other jurisdictions in the United States.  

A graduate of Montclair State University and Seton Hall University School of Law, Tomeo is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, the District of New Jersey, and the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Beyond his practice, he provides pro bono legal services through Volunteer Lawyers for Justice and has been honored with the organization’s "Volunteer of the Year” award.