Ian Kingsley represents premises owners, product suppliers, and international manufacturing companies in toxic tort and product liability actions in Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey, as well as on a national level. He also successfully represents employers, businesses and insurance carriers in workers’ compensation matters. He has been integrally involved in all phases of litigation including management of national discovery on behalf of a Fortune 200 client, deposing witnesses and experts for trial, negotiating settlements, and appearing in court for motions, jury selection and trial. He prides himself on finding new strategies to successfully represent his clients.
Mr. Kingsley has been with Goldberg Miller & Rubin since 2010. He began his legal career working for a nationally recognized civil defense firm in Philadelphia where he focused in toxic tort and workers’ compensation defense. During law school, he clerked for both plaintiff and defense firms in New York and North Carolina, and successfully represented his law school at national moot court competitions. During law school, he also worked as an intern for the Wayne County prosecutor where he conducted daily criminal hearings and successful prosecution of bench trials under supervision of the lead prosecutor.
When he is not practicing law, Ian enjoys spending time with his wife and two children at their home, especially outdoors in their garden, which is registered in the Smithsonian Institute Archives of American Gardens. Ian serves on the Upper Merion Township Transportation Authority, and is an active member of the Upper Merion Democratic Committee. Ian has served as an Arbitration Panelist in both the Montgomery County and Philadelphia County Arbitration programs, and serves as an advocate for abused and neglected children on behalf of the Montgomery County Child Advocacy Project.