Maggie Juliano

Attorney at Law

With thirteen years’ trial experience litigating high value cases and negotiating successful settlements in construction, commercial, product liability, and mass tort cases, Maggie’s dynamic litigation background is an asset on our Construction Defect Team.

Prior to joining Horn Williamson, Maggie assisted small businesses and nonprofits with compliance, general corporate matters, including contracts and leases, internal communications, and risk management.  Maggie clerked for Chief Judge Mary F. Walrath of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware after graduating with honors from Emory University School of Law in 2004.

With a strong risk management background, Maggie is known for entering chaos and creating order. Maggie drafts commercial agreements, Business Associate Agreements, Non-disclosure Agreements, Master Service Agreements and Scopes of Work with an eye towards loss prevention, risk reduction, and consistent results.  Clients rely on Maggie to explain complex legal issues in plain language.  In addition to her law license, Maggie maintains an active Pennsylvania Realtor License.

Some of Maggie’s recent successes include:

  • Sole Delaware counsel for debtor in mid-cap bankruptcy case while Partner was called to month long emergency, including leading auctions, hearings and negotiating settlements.
  • Conducted over 200 depositions, often as lead defense counsel, on product liability matters.
  • Reviewed 115,000 documents in a 14-day period related to market-timing case related to acquisition of stock positions.

With four half-marathons under her belt, you will probably find Maggie training for the next one when she is not in the office.

Bar Admissions
  • Pennsylvania, 2011
  • New York, 2005
  • Delaware (retired), 2005
Education

Emory University School of Law, J.D., 2004, Editor-in-Chief, Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal.

Oberlin College, B.A., 1996

Court Admission

United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware

Publications

Norton Annual Survey of Bankruptcy Law: Sections 5.42 and 543-Turnover of Property of the Estate Jul 2015 Norton Institutes Publication

Ponzi Schemes and Pleading Requirements, ABI Consumer Fraud Section (2014: Vol. 10, No. 2)

Contract Provisions in ADR: Best Practices and Recent Developments, Delaware Law Review (2014; Vol. 15, No.1) with Suzanne Holly

Failure to Warn in Pennsylvania: The Confused State of Products Liability Law and the Third Restatement, PA Bar Litigation Section (Fall 2013)

Forty Years of Title IX: History and New Applications, Delaware Law Journal (2013: Vol. 14, No. 1)

Stalemate: The Need for Limitations on Regulatory Deference in Electric Bankruptcies, 20 Bankr. Dev. J. 250 (2004)