Austin White’s practice is primarily civil litigation, municipal law, employment law, and trademark and copyright law. He represents corporate and individual clients before the trial, administrative, and appellate courts of Pennsylvania, the Unites States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, the Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Austin also provides general counsel services to small businesses, municipalities, sole proprietors, artists, writers and musicians. He is an active member of the Lycoming Law Association, and serves as an assistant County Solicitor for Lycoming County.

Austin graduated summa cum laude from East Stroudsburg University, with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies and a minor in Media Communication and Technology. He earned a Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, concentrating in Intellectual Property and Technology Law.

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Judge Leaves Bench to Join McCormick Law Firm

McCormick Law Firm recently announced the addition of former Lycoming County Judge, Marc F. Lovecchio, to its complement of attorneys. Lovecchio joined the Williamsport-based firm in November 2021 after serving 12 years on the bench. Lovecchio will focus his practice in the areas of medical malpractice, civil litigation, municipal law, and commercial law. He also …

What Assets Are Controlled by My Will?

A Last Will and Testament is a key estate planning document to have in place. Two basic important provisions of a Will name the beneficiaries (who you want to receive your assets when you pass away) and your Executor (who you want to administer your estate when you die). However, a common misconception is that …

Effect of Supreme Court’s Ruling on Vaccine Mandates

By now, many if not all of you, are aware that the United States Supreme Court recently issued a decision regarding vaccine mandates in the workplace. National Federation of Independent Business v. OSHA, 595 U.S.___(2022). The decision centered on the federal government’s authority via OSHA, if any, to impose such a mandate. The court decided …