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IPG - The Path Forward


Most law firms, by and large, share a reasonably similar model: A prospective client comes in with a problem in need of solving and the firm responds to that individual case by marshaling the appropriate resources within the firm to help the client attempt to find the resolution he or she seeks. The principals of IPG Law Group Inc. believe there is a better way. 

IPG Law Group focuses on the path forward to find the best possible outcome for our clients. As a “boutique” firm, we don’t try to be all things to all people. IPG’s expertise is in developing the case, doing the research, and finding the most qualified litigation firm to partner with so that the people who were harmed can have the justice they deserve. Dealing with IPG means being part of a family, not a nameless cog in massive and impersonal corporate wheel.

IPG believes their model is the prototype for law firms of the future. With this forward-looking model in mind, IPG recently made two moves to accelerate growth. 

Growth – IPG Law

First, IPG Law Group has expanded our new client acquisition program, and we also have added a Director of Business Development with 20 years of successful experience in the field.

One example of the kinds of cases our firm undertakes involves The Boy Scouts of America. The storied organization has always aimed to help young men (and, more recently, young women) become better prepared to navigate the road ahead. Despite that mission, The Boy Scouts of America now finds itself facing widespread allegations of sexual abuse perpetrated by adults who were supposed to have served as guides and mentors to young Scouts.

The weight of hundreds of lawsuits alleging abuse led to The Boy Scouts of America filing for bankruptcy protection earlier this year. The number of lawsuits is expected to grow considerably in the near future, due in large part to the efforts of IPG advocating for the innocents who were betrayed and abused. The firm recently began a far-reaching campaign to give victims the courage they need to come forward and seek justice. 

Previous experience includes the first Class Action suit against the Catholic Church for sexual abuse. That same legal team will litigate these cases against the Boy Scouts of America. 

IPG partners with well-funded organizations that can provide the financing needed to level the playing field. Considering situations such as the COVID-19 pandemic, which has forced some firms—and their clients—into short-term cash shortfalls, the appeal of longer-term capital from outside sources becomes more apparent.


Legal Team

IPG's legal team is lead by Arthur Pitts, a multi-faceted attorney, member of the New York State and D.C. Bar, and a Juris Doctor of Notre Dame Law School.

Arthur Pitts is experienced in representing clients in general liability matters through discovery, motion practice, settlement negotiations, and trials. He has practiced insurance defense in New York and discovery investigations in Virginia and DC. He recently successfully defended a property damage case in a bench trial in Kings County, and routinely examines evidence and applies the law before settling cases for his clients. Additionally, in high-stakes construction accident cases, he has saved his clients over a million dollars through motion practice and settlement negotiations. While in law school, he worked for the Public Defender Service for the District Columbia and defended the rights of inmates charged with various offenses.


George Mason University
B.A. in English and Government and International Politics

George Mason University
M.A. in Professional Writing and Editing

University of Cambridge
MPhil in Criminology

Notre Dame Law School


New York State Bar Association, D.C. State Bar Association

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