Point Park College (B.S. 1982)
University of Pittsburgh (J.D. 1988)
Anthony G. Sanchez has extensive experience representing public entities in employment discrimination, labor, commercial, civil rights and personnel-related matters. He has also litigated in personal injury, product liability, construction and insurance-related matters.
Mr. Sanchez is a 1988 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. During his time at the law school, he was a member of the law review and authored a Comment, “Defining the Proper Bounds of Disparate Impact Analysis: Beyond an Objective/Subjective Criteria Dichotomy,” 49 U.Pitt.L.Rev.657 (1988). After graduating law school, Mr. Sanchez clerked for Judge William F. Cercone of the Pennsylvania Superior Court.
In addition to practicing in state and federal courts and agencies, Mr. Sanchez has taught Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action for the University of Pittsburgh, College of Business Administration. He has also published and lectured in these areas of the law.
Mr. Sanchez has appeared as counsel before the Allegheny, Armstrong, Butler, Beaver, Fayette, and Washington counties’ Courts of Common Pleas. He has also appeared regularly before the Federal District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. Mr. Sanchez also practices regularly before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, the American Arbitration Association, the Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation Board of Review and its referees. He has also engaged in mediation and arbitration before the American Arbitration Association.