Meyer, Unkovic & Scott has named attorneys Jason Mettley, Andrew Noble, and Jason Yarbrough as new partners at the Pittsburgh-based law firm.
Jason Mettley works with clients on matters related to employee benefit plans, including plan design and drafting, fiduciary responsibility, plan governance and contributions collections. He has litigated a broad range of Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) cases and has extensive experience working with employers and labor organizations on collectively bargained retirement plans. Mettley graduated from Allegheny College and Widener University School of Law. He currently resides in Squirrel Hill.
Andrew Noble is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation, Tort Litigation and Intellectual Property Groups. He has represented large corporations and small businesses in both state and federal courts in cases involving breach of contract, copyright infringement, trade secret misappropriation, insurance coverage, oil and gas leases and commercial landlord-tenant disputes. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Noble is a resident of Oakmont.
Jason Yarbrough is a member of Meyer, Unkovic & Scott’s Construction Law, Litigation & Dispute Resolution and Creditors’ Rights Groups. Yarbrough represents corporations, officers, individuals and family-owned businesses in a variety of complex commercial, construction and real estate litigation matters. Yarbrough serves on the Allegheny County Bar Association’s Construction Council, and has represented owners, contractors, engineers, and code enforcement officials in disputes arising out of both public and private construction projects. He also frequently litigates claims involving contractual disputes, commercial landlord-tenant matters, claims arising out of the sale or lease of commercial and residential real estate, and real property tax assessments. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Yarbrough lives in Hampton Township.