An experienced litigator with a strong understanding of how to successfully navigate pre-trial practice to position a case for favorable resolution, Dylan has a keen awareness of the business implications surrounding litigation and constantly seeks to balance aggressive advocacy with cost-effective counseling for his clients. He concentrates his practice in matters involving catastrophic casualty claims, premises liability, commercial and residential construction and property disputes, transportation & logistics, product liability, insurance, and other complex torts and business disputes. He has successfully tried multiple cases to verdict, has handled numerous mediations and arbitrations, and has secured countless dismissals and favorable settlements for individual, insurance, and corporate clients.
Dylan previously served as co-chair of the firm’s Associates Committee and chair of the Associates Social Committee and has served for a number of years as captain of the firm basketball team in the Philadelphia Lawyers League. He is also actively involved in summer associate and lateral recruiting, and the mentoring of associates. Dylan is a founding member of Cozen O’Connor Champions, a firm committee that combines running and fitness with business development activities. Prior to joining the firm, Dylan participated in the firm's Summer Associate Program.
Active in pro bono and community work, Dylan has served on the Eastern District of Pennsylvania’s Attorney Panel for Pro Se Prisoner Civil Rights Cases, does charitable work to benefit various local organizations such as Philabundance, and recently collaborated with the Pennsylvania Innocence Project to help exonerate a man who served a decade in prison for a crime he did not commit.
Dylan received his bachelor's degree in political science from Washington University in St. Louis, graduating with college honors. He earned his law degree, cum laude, from Villanova University School of Law. While at Villanova, he was a staff writer and managing editor of the Villanova Law Review and participated in the Civil Justice Clinic.