Michael B. Scheib was born on June 10, 1960 in
Rochester, New York. Mr. Scheib graduated from St. Bonaventure
University in 1982 with a BS degree in biology. He earned his Juris
Doctorate from Union University, Albany Law School in Albany, New York
in 1985. Following his graduation from law school he relocated to
Washington, D.C., where he practiced until 1991. At that time he and his
family relocated to York, Pennsylvania.
The focus of Mr. Scheib's practice is in the area of civil litigation.
He has represented numerous clients in cases involving automobile
liability, product liability, premise liability, property damage, fire
loss, bodily injury, subrogation, and many other types of casualty
claims. He has handled in excess of 200 arbitration hearings, mediation
hearings and/or jury trials.
A portion of Mr. Scheib's practice also involves representing members of
the American Association for Retired Persons In this capacity, he has represented members of AARP in
connection with wills/estates, estate planning matters, real estate
closings, and assorted other legal matters.
Mr. Scheib is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, the District of Columbia, and the State of New York. He is
also admitted to practice before numerous federal district courts. Mr.
Scheib has been regularly asked to speak or give presentations regarding
various areas of civil litigation.
Mr. Scheib is an active member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church and has
held the office of advocate for the Knights of Columbus Council 6353. He
is past president of the Washington, D.C. Chapter of the St. Bonaventure
Mr. Scheib is also extremely active in the lives of his children. He
served as the Cub Master/Assistant Cub Master for Cub Pack 20 for
several years. He has also coached numerous Little League baseball teams
and youth basketball teams.
Mr. Scheib resides in York, Pennsylvania with his wife, Lauren, and
their children, Elizabeth, Patrick and Jack.
Area of practice:
Civil litigation, including automobile liability, product liability,
premise liability, property damage, fire loss, bodily injury,
subrogation and all other types of casualty claims.
New York State 1986
District of Columbia 1987
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 1991
Union University, Albany Law School, 1985
St. Bonaventure University, St. Bonaventure, New York, 1982