Dimitri Mavroudis is counsel at the Tucker Law Group and is an experienced and versatile litigator and trial attorney who focuses his practice on complex civil and commercial litigation matters, employment litigation, and civil rights litigation. Mr. Mavroudis has tried numerous jury trials to verdict in federal and state courts. He has also brought and defended against motions for preliminary and special injunction concerning commercial, constitutional, and municipal tax matters. Mr. Mavroudis is experienced in all aspects of pre-trial and trial practice.
Mr. Mavroudis has counseled hospitals, and colleges and universities through administrative investigations with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission. He has represented a wide range of institutional clients in employment discrimination litigation involving Title VII, Section 1981, Section 1983, the Family Medical Leave Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination Employment Act, the Equal Pay Act, the City of Philadelphia’s “Ban the Box” Ordinance, the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, and the New Jersey Conscientious Employee Protection Act.
Mr. Mavroudis has also conducted independent investigations concerning whistleblower and Title IX claims, including those related to alleged violations of legal and ethical standards, and discrimination and harassment. Most notably Mr. Mavroudis assisted in the investigation and reporting of findings concerning allegations involving the location and custody of human remains of victims from the 1986 “MOVE” bombing in the City of Philadelphia.
Prior to joining the Tucker Law Group, Mr. Mavroudis worked at the City of Philadelphia Law Department. During his time in the Law Department, he served as the Senior Attorney in the Affirmative and Special Litigation and Civil Rights Units. In that capacity he served as counsel to multiple City departments as a litigator in disputes concerning breach of contract, construction, real estate and land use, election law, software development agreements, leases, tax disputes, and class actions. Mr. Mavroudis also defended challenges to City ordinances such as the Philadelphia Beverage Tax litigation. He also served as counsel to the City in the Bailey v. City of Philadelphia “Stop & Frisk” litigation and participated in the Philadelphia Police Department’s training on stop and frisk practices. Before joining the City of Philadelphia, Mr. Mavroudis began his litigation career at the Philadelphia office of a large international law firm where he represented several pharmaceutical companies in a wide array of products liability and class action matters.
Mr. Mavroudis is a graduate of Boston University and Temple University School of Law, and is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, the U. S. District Court for the Eastern and Middle Districts of Pennsylvania, and the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals.