April 1, 2022
Anthony P. D’Elia, an Associate of the law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A. and a member of the Litigation Practice Group, spoke at the William & Mary Business Law Review’s Second Annual Symposium. D’Elia participated in the “Automation in the Law: YouTube’s DMCA system” panel.
On the speaking engagement, D’Elia said, “I very much enjoyed participating in this panel. While this area of the law is not one that I typically practice in, the subject matter is of great interest to me. The discussion with the other professionals on the panel was insightful.”
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Anthony D’Elia focuses his practice on litigation matters, including commercial litigation, shareholder disputes, other corporate and business disputes, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, construction, employment litigation, products liability, and professional liability.
Through his commercial litigation practice, Anthony defends against shareholder litigation claims. In bankruptcy and creditors’, Anthony represents creditors and other interested parties in bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings, as well as lenders and other creditors in litigation over unpaid loans. Anthony handles the appointment of rent receivers, collection of debts, and enforcement of settlement agreements. Anthony also handles disputes over defective construction and claims for delays, damages, and back charges.
Anthony’s work in the field of products liability has involved defense of claims for defective goods. Anthony’s experience with employment litigation involves both defense of employers and representation of plaintiffs in wrongful termination suits. Anthony’s work in the area of professional liability has involved matters relating to engineering and accounting liability.
Anthony’s pro bono work has involved assisting incarcerated individuals in litigation over claims of assault, seeking unpaid judgments in bankruptcy court through the filing of proofs of claim and adversary complaints, and negotiating plea bargains in family court.