Mary Beth Bogan, Esquire

Practice Focus

Mary Beth Bogan - Bogan Law Group

Ms. Bogan practices in the areas of commercial litigation, real estate, personal injury, civil rights, employment law, and corporate matters, as well as in the representation of nonprofit organizations, business entities, and individuals in the creative industries of entertainment, fashion, and in arts development. Ms. Bogan is experienced in all aspects of commercial business contracts and handles a broad range of litigation, including complex contract litigation. Some of the complex litigation and transactional matters involve business formation, contractor and subcontractor disputes, shareholder oppression, business venture disputes, mechanic’s liens, licensing and endorsement agreements, trademark, copyright prosecution and infringement litigation.

Points of Distinction

For nearly 20 years, Ms. Bogan has developed a distinguished trial record in complex commercial litigation and personal injury matters. Ms. Bogan also has extensive experience handling arbitrations, and successfully representing businesses in mediation. In the entertainment arena, Ms. Bogan has represented films, directors, musical artists, authors, fashion entrepreneurs, fashion designers, and production companies including the negotiation of lucrative contracts and deals. She specializes in taking the client to the next level in their business endeavors.


Ms. Bogan is the co-founder of The Women of Wit & Wisdom, the Pyramid Club’s premier women’s networking group. She also has served on the Board of Trustees of Fashion Group International, Philadelphia, the Board of Philadelphia Fashion Week and the Board for the Coalition for Hispanic Family Services. Ms. Bogan serves as the Chair and on the Board of Trustees of the Pennsylvania State Committee of the Washington, DC based National Museum of Women in the Arts. Ms. Bogan is a member of the Federal Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Brehons Law Society. For over a decade, Ms. Bogan has provided services as a member of the Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, and has been involved with the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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