- University of Pennsylvania Law School (J.D., Cum Laude, 1993)
- Princeton University (A.B. in Political Science, 1990)
- New Jersey
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey
- American Bar Association, Forum on the Construction Industry, Member
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Montgomery County Bar Association
- University of Pennsylvania Law School, American Inn of Court, Member
- Upper Dublin Education Foundation, Vice President, Director, and Grant Committee Co-Chair
- Upper Dublin Monte Carlo Night, Auction Committee Co-Chair
- Ambler Junior Baseball, Connie Mack Coach and Representative
Jeffrey P. Wallack
Jeffrey P. Wallack is a Principal in the Firm's Construction, Government Contracts & Surety Law Practice Group. He represents owners, general contractors, and specialty subcontractors in construction-related matters, from contract drafting through bid disputes, to project completion and, if necessary, claims submission and dispute resolution. His clients range from individual clients to closely held local businesses to national corporations.
Mr. Wallack advises clients with regard to construction contract provisions and protections and drafts necessary amendments or riders to all forms of construction contracts. He has handled public bid disputes in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey, prosecutes payment claims for contractors and subcontractors on public and private construction projects, defends clients against construction defect claims, and asserts mechanics’ lien claims for contractor and subcontractor clients.
He also represents clients in insurance coverage disputes against national and/or international insurance companies and assists clients with contract and other business disputes. This includes counsel and representation regarding insurance coverage claims and issues, including issues concerning insurance coverage for defective construction.
Mr. Wallack has represented clients in litigation before the state and federal courts of both Pennsylvania and New Jersey, as well as in arbitrations, mediations, and other types of alternative dispute resolution. He regularly counsels clients on means and methods to avoid disputes and advises clients on the risks and benefits of litigation and other dispute resolution procedures.
Mr. Wallack has lectured and written on various topics of construction and insurance coverage law, having recently given seminars on topics ranging from construction defect disputes to using insurance coverage and indemnity as a means to shift liability.