Associate

John C. Krawczyk, Esq.

p. 215.735.3994  |  f. 215.735.1133

Bar Admissions

Pennsylvania
New Jersey
Eastern District of PA
Middle District of PA
District of NJ

Education

Swarthmore College, B.S.
Temple University Beasley School of Law, J.D.

Overview

John Krawczyk, Esq. represents Goldberg, Miller & Rubin’s clients in civil litigation in general liability, automobile negligence, premises liability, intentional torts, defamation and construction litigation cases. He has succeeded at dozens of arbitrations. John’s practices focus on all aspects of litigation, including pre-litigation, discovery and the arbitration/trial phase. Additionally, John is a published author writing for The Legal Intelligencer in the Everyday Lawyer column – The Everyday Lawyer: Establishing Identity as a Young Attorney and The Everyday Lawyer: Planning Ahead to Avoid Pitfalls in Practice. That same publication quoted his success in a case where he successfully argued a motion that extended the doctrine of tolling the statute of limitations in reduction in force cases in Spencer, S., “Race, Age Bias Suit Against Prison Gets Green Light.” 

Prior to joining Goldberg, Miller & Rubin, Mr. Krawczyk worked for an employment litigation firm specializing in workplace discrimination and wage payment claims.

While in law school, Mr. Krawczyk served as the editor-in-chief of the law school’s periodical, Prima Facie. He also interned for the Defender Association of Philadelphia and the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office.

When he is not practicing law, he volunteers as a Board member of the non-profit, Equal Access Legal Services. John mentors undergraduate students at Swarthmore College who are pursuing a career in law through Swarthmore Theta Career Collaborative. He also travels to local high schools to present on careers and college prep as part of Lawyers in the Classroom.

Representative Matters

Defense verdict at arbitration where plaintiff was struck by a falling sign attached to defendant’s building by successfully arguing lack of notice.

Defense verdict in hit and run auto accident case with multiple plaintiffs. Two plaintiffs had no pertinent prior medical history, however, effective cross-examination with the use of Facebook postings following the accident was found to be persuasive.

Protected defendant’s personal assets, in case where default judgment was entered against the defendant and his bank. Successfully filed and won a motion to enjoin plaintiff from the execution of the writ and petitioned the Court to vacate the default judgment and let defendant proceed with a full defense of the claim.