Vincent Silvanio focuses his practice in the area of labor and employment matters. He represents public and private employers in charges before federal, state, and local administrative agencies. Vincent spends a great deal of time assisting with federal and state court litigation related to alleged discrimination, sexual harassment, and retaliation. He also drafts separation and settlement agreements for clients.
Prior to joining Eckert Seamans, Vincent worked as a labor and employment attorney at a firm in Haddon Township, NJ, where he assisted clients with a wide range of traditional labor and employment law matters. After graduating from Villanova Law, he served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Judith S. Charny of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division.
Vincent currently serves as a volunteer literacy instructor for Achieve Now, a Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing students in Philadelphia with culturally competent literacy instruction. Additionally, through the Homeless Advocacy Project, Vincent assists homeless individuals living in Philadelphia with applications to obtain certified copies of their birth certificates.
- Gloucester County Bar Association
- Philadelphia Bar Association
- Camden County Bar Association
- The Justinian Society of Philadelphia
- The Pennsylvania Society
News and Insights
- “A Double-Edged Sword: The Benefits and Risks of AI in Business,” Eckert Seamans’ Legal Update, April 2023.
Vincent enjoys traveling, spending time with family, and watching Philadelphia’s professional sports teams compete. He also enjoys playing in a men’s baseball league in South Jersey each summer. Each year, Vincent completes the “Bike MS: City to Shore Ride” to support a family member who suffers from Multiple Sclerosis. He also completes the “Eagles Autism Challenge” 5K walk/run to help raise funds for autism research. While an avid physical sports memorabilia collector as a child, Vincent now collects digital NFL and NBA NFTs.