Evan M. Labov
- Construction Litigation
- Commercial Litigation
- Public Contracts
Education: Drexel University (B.S. 2009, Cum Laude); George Mason University School of Law (J.D. 2012, Cum Laude).
Born in Somers Point, New Jersey on March 31, 1987, Mr. Labov is the product of three generations of entrepreneurial mechanical contractors. Growing up watching his grandfather and father participate in major projects in South Jersey and the tri-state area has given Mr. Labov a keen understanding of the principles of hard work, dedication and integrity that contractors and all businesses must live by, not only to survive, but to thrive. This background led Mr. Labov to pursue a practical education, attending Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA on a full-tuition Presidential Scholarship and graduating cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management and a Minor in Business from LeBow College of Business. Having become enamored with the law during his undergraduate studies, Mr. Labov went on to attend George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Va., an institution with a focus on teaching the law not as an isolated discipline, but as the core structure on which our economy is built and within which businesses, both large and small, must operate. Mr. Labov completed GMUSL’s Juris Doctorate Specialty Track program in Litigation Law and graduated cum laude in 2012.
Influenced by his background, and taking advantage of the opportunity to learn from a recognized and respected construction litigator in John Palladino, Mr. Labov has focused his practice on construction law, public contracts law and commercial litigation.
Mr. Labov is a member of the New Jersey Bar Association Construction Law Section, the Pennsylvania Bar Association Civil Litigation Section, the American Bar Association Construction Law Forum and the Atlantic County Bar Association.