Paul Bilodeau

Paul Bilodeau, Esq.

Attorney Profile

Northern Virginia native Paul Bilodeau, Esquire receive his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from James Madison University in 1981, and his Juris Doctor degree from George Mason University School of Law in 1987. While in law school Mr. Bilodeau was a member of the law review and also was an American Jurisprudence Award recipient.

Following law school, Mr. Bilodeau served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Henry DuPont Ridgely in the Superior Court in Kent Count, Delaware. Thereafter, Mr. Bilodeau joined the firm of Hudson, Jones, Jaywork, Williams and Liquori, working primarily at its Dover location. From 1988 to 1996, Mr. Bilodeau’s practice focused on legal matters related to public utilities, municipalities, personal injury litigation, landlord tenant disputes, land use law, environmental regulation and real estate matters. Clients during this time included Delaware Electric Cooperative and the Towns of Bethany Beach and Smyrna.

In 1996, Mr. Bilodeau joined Rudly, Inc., of Wilmington, as Vice President and Legal Counsel where, in addition to handling all legal matters, Mr. Bilodeau also managed the day to day operations of this family business. During this time, Mr. Bilodeau worked with representatives of several insurance companies including Nationwide, State Farm, Allstate, Hartford, Harleysville and Progressive.

Since joining Losco & Marconi, P.A. in 2005, Mr. Bilodeau has added to his practice areas the representation of financial institutions, condominiums and home owners’ associations, and both builders and owners in construction disputes.

Mr. Bilodeau is a member of the Bar of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the State of Delaware. Mr. Bilodeau is also admitted to the United States District Court for the District of Delaware.

Mr. Bilodeau is married and has four children. His outside interests and activities include coaching whatever sport his children are involved with, serving as President of his Parish Council, performing community service projects with the Knights of Columbus, serving as an office in his home owner’s association and playing golf.