Paul Toigo

Paul Toigo

Paul Toigo is an associate attorney in the Corporate and Litigation practice groups. He counsels a variety of commercial and individual clients through a broad range of transactional matters, with a particular focus on bankruptcy and restructuring issues such as secured transactions and commercial litigation.

After majoring in economics while earning his business degree from Duquesne University, Paul began working as a consultant in the medical marijuana sector. In that role, he spent several years working to help grow a startup firm into a major multistate operator in the grower/processor and dispensary markets. Paul maintained this role while attending the Duquesne University School of Law, where he focused his studies on legal issues affecting commercial clientele such as antitrust, banking and finance law, and insolvency/creditors’ rights.

He was recognized for his academic achievement in law school, earning CALI Awards for Excellence in Secured Transactions, Health Care Fraud & Abuse, and Antitrust courses. Paul was also awarded the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Medal of Excellence for Outstanding Performance in Bankruptcy Coursework, and he received an Outstanding Oral Argument designation for his performance in his Legal Research & Writing course. Additionally, Paul completed rigorous coursework requirements to earn concentrations in Corporate Governance & Transactions and Healthcare Law.

After graduating from law school, Paul worked as a law clerk for the Honorable Carlota M. Böhm in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. In this role, Paul helped the Judge monitor the progression of cases to ensure statutory compliance amongst interested parties while performing legal research and drafting assignments for various individual and corporate bankruptcies and related adversary litigation.

Paul is admitted practice in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and is a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association its Bankruptcy and Commercial Litigation subsection.

In his free time, Paul enjoys cycling, grilling, and attending concerts and sporting events with friends and family. When Paul is not working, you can find him visiting his family in Maryland, Central Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, or catching up with friends at the beach in Delaware.

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