Mr. King’s practice focuses on civil litigation, business law and commercial transactions, real estate transactions and litigation, and estate and trust planning and administration. In his extensive litigation work, Mr. King has represented many individuals and businesses in estate litigation, real estate and contract disputes, title insurance litigation, workers’ compensation, and personal injury cases. He has successfully litigated many cases in both jury and non-jury trials in courts throughout Pennsylvania and argued numerous cases on appeal before the Pennsylvania Superior Court.
Mr. King also provides counsel to clients on estate and trust planning and management as well as for-profit and non-profit businesses on business and commercial law, including structuring or re-structuring all types of businesses, drafting business contracts, by-laws, operating agreements, wills, and powers of attorney. In addition to representing many individuals and national title insurance companies in real estate disputes, Mr. King assists clients in all aspects of real estate transactions, including negotiating the terms of sale and financing, obtaining zoning variances, resolving issues with the real estate prior to closing and representing clients at closings.
Prior to joining King & Guiddy, Mr. King worked for Judge Joseph Farnan, Jr. of the United States District Court for the District of Delaware and he also worked for the litigation law firm of Whiteford, Taylor & Preston in Baltimore, Maryland.
Mr. King is a member of the Westmoreland County, Allegheny County, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations. He is admitted to practice before the courts of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the State of New Jersey, the United States Supreme Court, and the United States District Courts for the Western and Eastern Districts of Pennsylvania.
In 2015, Mr. King was inducted into the Million Dollar Advocates Forum®, The Top Trial Lawyers in America®, which recognizes trial lawyers who have won million dollar verdicts or settlements.