Tricia Martino practices in the firm’s litigation practice group with an emphasis on the substantive areas of Business Litigation, Employment and Trade Secret Law, Intellectual Property, and Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Law.
Tricia has experience in matters involving breach of contract claims under the CISG, and insurance cases involving both personal and commercial policies.
Prior to working at Houston Harbaugh, Tricia worked in the Chambers of the Honorable Judith F. Olson where she assisted in drafting appellate opinions for cases within the jurisdiction of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania.
In law school, Tricia published, “Fear of Change: Carpenter v. United States and the Third-Party Doctrine” in the 58th edition of the Duquesne Law Review (58 Duq. L. Rev. 353). She is also an active member in the Allegheny County Bar Association (ACBA) where she co-chaired the record-breaking 2021 ACBA YLD Children’s Gift Drive where they successfully coordinated attorneys and law firms to sponsor gifts for almost 900 children.
Education & Credentials
- Duquesne University School of Law, J.D.
- The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, B.A
- Pennsylvania Supreme Court
- Western District of Pennsylvania