Pittsburgh, PA – October 9, 2017 – Weber Gallagher Partner Nicholas Pasciullo, who is based in the firm’s Pittsburgh office, spoke about drones at the General Building Contractors Association Technology Lunch and Learn on October 4. His panel entitled, “Drone Use in Construction,” reviewed regulatory requirements, privacy and other legal liability issues and best practices. Pasciullo was invited to speak after the GBCA ran an article on drones that he wrote for the organization’s newsletter.
In his legal practice Pasciullo represents underwriters in property, energy and engineered risks insurance matters. He provides coverage and defense services to his clients, developing and coordinating legal strategies that avoid or reduce conflicts during the adjustment of claims and where disputes arise, developing and executing detailed litigation plans designed to resolve conflicts in a timely and efficient manner, including through alternative dispute resolution, mediation and litigation.
He also works with underwriters on non-contentious matters, including assisting with drafting and editing wordings. In the areas of energy and engineering risks, his work encompasses matters involving damage related to onshore energy facilities, power generation equipment, pipelines transmission and distribution equipment, heavy industry, construction, refinery and gas separation, mining and other manufacturing and distribution issues. He also handles cyber security matters.
Pasciullo is a certified federal court mediator and an E-Discovery Special Master appointed by the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.