Attorney Todd Eagen received a Bachelor’s Degree from Point Park University in Pittsburgh and his law degree from the Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle. While attending law school, Attorney Eagen was named to the dean’s list and served as a judicial intern for Federal Judge William J. Nealon who was appointed by President John F. Kennedy. After graduation from law school, Judge Nealon named Attorney Eagen his Senior Law Clerk. He was the first judicial intern Judge Nealon appointed to Law Clerk in the Judge’s 40 plus years on the bench.
With the invaluable experience gained from Judge Nealon, Attorney Eagen became an associate for Attorney Robert D. Mariani in Scranton. For seven years he represented unions throughout Northeast and Central Pennsylvania including the Teamsters and United Food and Commercial Workers. Attorney Mariani mentored Attorney Eagen as a young attorney in the Labor Law field including contract negotiations, interest and grievance arbitration, and unfair labor practice hearings along with litigation at every level in both state and federal court. Attorney Mariani was appointed a Federal Judge in Scranton in 2011.
In 2004, Attorney Eagen joined Welby, Stoltenberg, Cimballa & Cook, LLC in the firm’s Harrisburg Office. Attorney Eagen specializes in representing unions and working men and women across Pennsylvania. He has represented clients in all aspects of Labor Law in various courts and tribunals across the entire state of Pennsylvania. He is admitted to practice by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, the United States District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania, and the United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit.
Attorney Eagen has continued his family’s tradition in the law. His father, Attorney Michael J. Eagen, Jr., represented working men and women for more than 40 years. His grandfather, the late Chief Justice Michael J. Eagen, served as District Attorney and Judge in Lackawanna County before becoming Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.