SARAH A. BISCOE is an associate with the Toxic Tort Litigation Department in Philadelphia. Ms. Biscoe has previous litigation experience, specifically with asbestos litigation. She worked as a mass tort judicial intern during law school for the Honorable Arnold L. New in the Complex Litigation Center of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. As a mass tort judicial intern, Ms. Biscoe wrote recommendations for motions to compel, preliminary objections, and summary judgment motions in asbestos cases. She also worked for a litigation firm during law school where she assisted in all aspects of trial preparation, including jury selection, for an asbestos trial in the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas.
Prior to law school, Ms. Biscoe worked as a litigation paralegal at an international law firm in Philadelphia. She managed mass tort and product liability matters in state, federal, and MDL proceedings. Additionally, she served as national discovery paralegal for Fortune 500 companies for asbestos claims and routinely communicated with general counsel regarding responses to discovery and factual investigations. Ms. Biscoe also worked as a litigation paralegal at Aramark where she managed subpoena compliance, interviewed employees to determine potential liability exposure on third-party subpoenas, and prepared litigation reports regarding litigation metrics, outside counsel performance, and outside counsel spend.
Ms. Biscoe received her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. She also received a Certificate in Management from The Wharton School. At Penn Law, Ms. Biscoe served as an associate editor for the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law and as an executive editor for the University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review. She received her B.A. in Political Science from Drexel University. Ms. Biscoe is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania.