Brian D. Gondek

Brian D. Gondek

Brian D. Gondek is a lifelong resident of the Philadelphia area. He graduated from Haverford Senior High School in 1994 and attended Villanova University achieving a Bachelor of Science degree (Major: Business Administration) in 1998. 

Thereafter, he attended Widener University School of Law, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2005, having achieved Deans Honors List every semester and earning 5 certificates of achievement. At the time of his graduation from law school, he was ranked 3rd in his class out of 214 students. In addition, he was a Moot Court finalist on multiple occasions and even took 1st place. 

Before entering law school, Brian was employed with TD Waterhouse as an investment consultant. This experience enhanced his knowledge and understanding of business law and financial dealings, which has provided him with the ability to represent clients in business formation and development, corporate law, contract law, real estate law, landlord/tenant law and general civil litigation. 

Additionally, Brian is licensed to practice in U.S. Tax Court and has been handling a wide variety of tax law issues including audit defense and negotiating installment agreements with the IRS concerning outstanding tax obligations. 

Brian has spent countless hours in the district courts and common pleas courts throughout Delaware, Philadelphia, Chester, Bucks and Montgomery Counties. He has also handled appeals before the Pennsylvania Superior and Commonwealth Courts. Additionally, he has handled Civil law, Internet/Cyber Law, Criminal and Tax matters in the Federal Courts. 

In addition to his civil caseload, Brian handles Estate Planning, which includes the drafting of Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Advanced Healthcare Directives (Living Wills). He also assists clients in navigating through the probate process. 

In his free time, Brian enjoys spending time with his wife and four daughters. 

Brian is a member of the Delaware County Bar Association. He is licensed to practice in the State and Federal Courts of Pennsylvania (2005) and New Jersey (2005).