LedoLaw was founded by an
experienced attorney with the dual goal of providing cost-effective legal services directly to individuals and businesses and to assist sole practitioners or larger law firms on a temporary basis with their fluctuating workload by providing wholesale legal services.
Michele A. Ledo, Esquire, founding member of LedoLaw and former partner in a large, prestigious Philadelphia law firm, has over fifteen years of experience litigating cases ranging in complexity and involving issues of antitrust, contracts, intellectual property, product liability, professional malpractice and real estate. With litigation costs ever increasing, Ms. Ledo has dedicated her practice to providing clients with cost-effective alternatives to resolving conflicts through the use of alternative dispute resolution services (“ADR”) (including mediation and arbitration) and, where these alternatives do not result in resolution, Ms. Ledo is committed to aggressive, effective advocacy on behalf of her clients seeking to achieve their objectives through litigation.
Ms. Ledo represents both plaintiffs and defendants in actions for money damages and/or injunctive relief before state and federal trial courts, as well as arbitration panels. Likewise, Ms. Ledo offers temporary litigation services to fellow sole practitioners and larger firms to enable them, in turn, to provide their clients with the highest caliber of legal representation in a cost-effective manner.
In addition, Ms. Ledo assists individuals with formulating an estate plan to accomplish the transfer of assets during lifetime and/or at death to the persons, and in the manner, most desired while minimizing taxes and other costs through the appropriate use of wills, revocable/irrevocable trusts, powers of attorney and other estate planning instruments.
Our mission, whether providing direct legal services or wholesale legal services to other litigators, is to provide creative, responsive, cost-effective and zealous representation while maintaining the highest ethical and scholarly standards.