Lane Jubb joined The Beasley Firm in April, 2015. Lane’s immediate accomplishments with the firm were recognized by Super Lawyers with its selection of Lane as a Rising Star since 2017.
Most recently, in December 2023, Lane obtained a $15 million verdict for an orthopedic surgeon for sex discrimination stemming from a biased Title IX investigation.
At age 29, Lane became the youngest attorney in the country to win a multi-million dollar medical malpractice verdict as lead counsel (Lambert). Less than a year later, he then obtained a $20 million dollar verdict in Chester County against The Laser Spine Institute for the wrongful death of an Ohio woman after she underwent outpatient spinal surgery.
Lane has tried more than twenty cases to verdict in twelve different venues with more than $50 million dollars in jury awards in addition to numerous confidential seven-figure settlements.
Lane currently serves on the Board of Governors of the Centre County Bar Association as Representative for Young Lawyers Division. The CCBA’s mission is to foster and protect excellence in legal services to the Centre region and to promote respect, civility, collegiality and professionalism within the legal community.
Lane was recently admitted to the American Board of Trial Advocates. Membership in the American Board of Trial Advocates is by invitation extended to qualified trial attorneys whose careers have been characterized by demonstration of skill, integrity and experience in the special art of advocacy.
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