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Mark D. Bonavitacola

Mark D. Bonavitacola joined the firm in 2018 and represents clients in a broad variety of legal matters with a focus on commercial litigation, construction contract and delay damage claims, construction and design defects, professional malpractice claims, construction site injuries, debt collection and lien enforcement and many other areas. Mark also provides non-litigation assistance in contract negotiations, risk management and loss prevention consultation, land use and real estate development matters and construction site contamination. Mark is admitted in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

A native of Broomall, Pennsylvania, Mark has acquired litigation experience in a wide variety of courts across Pennsylvania and New Jersey and has arbitrated claims before the American Arbitration Association and resolved matters before private mediators. Prior to joining Davis Bucco, Mark specialized in representing architects, engineers, professional design firms, escrow agents and other professionals in professional liability suits and other complex commercial cases at the law firms Powell Trachtman Logan Carle & Lombardo and Hoagland Longo Dunst Moran and Doukas.

Mark is a graduate of St. Joe’s Prep, Lafayette College and Syracuse University College of Law. Out of law school Mark clerked for the Honorable John R. Padova, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. When he is not advocating for the firm’s clients, Mark enjoys spending time with his daughters, woodworking, gardening, landscape oil painting, and most of all, reading.

Education

  • St. Joseph’s Preparatory School, 2001
  • Lafayette College, 2005
  • Syracuse University College of Law, 2009

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania, 2009
  • New Jersey, 2009
  • Eastern District of Pennsylvania 2016

Clerkships

  • The Honorable John R. Padova, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Mark D. Bonavitacola

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