Maron Marvel Bradley Anderson & Tardy, LLC is excited to announce the elevation of seven new firm members, effective January 1, 2022. The new members are Onofrio "Reno" de Gennaro, Melissa M. Fallah, Stephanie A. Fox, Antoinette D. Hubbard, George "Beau" L. Inabinet Jr., Adam Jagadich, and Dwight A. Kern.
“Our new members are exceptional lawyers and people,” said Paul Bradley, Managing Partner. “Their elevation to member is in recognition of their superior legal skills, commitment to the firm, respect by clients and peers, and dedication to serving the needs of our clients and the firm.”
The group comes from four of the firm’s 12 offices and represents a broad range of practices, including mass toxic tort, premises and products liability, commercial litigation, construction defect, environmental law, general liability, and cannabis litigation.
As one of the first attorneys to join Maron Marvel, Onofrio "Reno" de Gennaro helped build the firm's National Litigation Coordination and Risk Management teams. His diverse litigation practice comprises asbestos defense, toxic tort, products liability, personal injury, and complex commercial litigation. Reno works both in litigation management and as a part of the regional trial team. As a chair of the firm’s Cannabis Law Practice Group, Reno also brings his forward-thinking and open communication style to providing corporate clients, insurance clients, and individuals counsel on all aspects of Cannabis-related law.
Melissa M. Fallah believes that the practice of law is more than just handling a case. Her clients consider her to be a trusted advisor and partner, aggressive, pragmatic, responsive, and cost-effective, always keeping them informed while being mindful of their goals. Melissa defends product liability, premises liability, and toxic tort exposure claims throughout the United States. She serves as national coordinating counsel, regional counsel, local counsel, and trial counsel in mass and toxic tort exposure cases.
Stephanie A. Fox is an experienced litigator concentrating her practice in the areas of asbestos and toxic tort defense, general business, and commercial litigation, including Chapter 11 insolvency matters. For over 30 years, she has provided focused advice and developed winning strategies for large Fortune 500 companies and small family-owned businesses within both state and federal courts in Delaware and Pennsylvania. She has worked with a wide range of industries, notably energy and oil companies, automobile product manufacturers, paper and pulp mills, freight carriers, real estate developers, retailers, financial service industries, investment brokers and numerous health care enterprises. Prior to her joining Maron Marvel, Stephanie spent many years as corporate and business counsel for a group of privately held health care entities and for a business unit of a multinational financial services corporation. She serves as the chair of the firm’s Business and Commercial Litigation Practice Group.
Antoinette D. Hubbard brings nearly four decades of legal experience from several jurisdictions to her insightful and expeditious management of client matters. With clients’ litigation management goals foremost in shaping case strategy, Antoinette principally defends asbestos, product liability, premises liability, and personal injury matters. She also has handled a broad spectrum of litigation matters, including commercial and environmental disputes. Antoinette chairs the firm’s Asbestos Practice Group. Since 2013, Antoinette has served as Maron Marvel’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Director and is a principal architect of the firm’s diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.
Using a strategic and outcome-oriented approach to litigation, George "Beau" L. Inabinet Jr. has served as national coordinating counsel for over 20 years. In this capacity, Beau handles cases throughout the United States defending national and multinational corporations in asbestos and silica litigation. He serves as local counsel in South Carolina for distributors, premises owners and product defendants in asbestos litigation. He also represents companies involved in product liability, toxic tort, and opioid litigation. Beau manages the firm’s Charleston, SC office.
A versatile litigator, Adam Jagadich serves as national coordinating and regional trial counsel for clients facing product liability, mass tort, and environmental claims. Adam recognizes the importance of communication and transparency and prides himself on working collaboratively with clients to get the best possible outcome. If a case merits early settlement, he will work to resolve it cost-effectively; if not, he will work with the client to prepare a creative litigation strategy designed to obtain the best possible result. He is the managing member of the firm’s Chicago, IL office and co-chair of the firm’s product liability practice group.
Dwight A. Kern diligently works to guide his clients to the best possible outcomes that are cost-effective and align with his clients’ business and legal objectives. Dwight’s practice includes toxic torts, environmental litigation, product liability, premises liability, construction defect, and general liability in which he defends both insured and self-insured companies. Dwight manages the firm’s Jersey City, NJ office.
Maron Marvel is a national law firm that defends organizations in asbestos, mass toxic tort, environmental, general liability, product liability, personal injury litigation. A pioneer in the use of technology to improve outcomes, today Maron Marvel employs technology to provide clients with creative, effective and cost-efficient representation.