Mr. Holuta is an Associate Attorney at Supinka & Supinka, PC. He graduated summa cum laude from the Honors Program at Cleveland State University with a Bachelor of Music degree in Cello Performance. Bradley then attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and graduated cum laude with advanced certification in civil litigation. While in law school, he was a Managing Editor of the Law Review, and in 2011, his article on Pennsylvania tort law was selected for publication. Bradley was also a semifinalist in the Murray S. Love Moot Court Competition and received CALI “Excellence for the Future” Awards for the highest grades in Criminal Procedure and Expert Witness. He participated in the School’s Elder Law Clinic, where he counseled low-income clients on various estate planning issues. Throughout law school, he worked as a Law Clerk with a law firm specializing in personal injury in downtown Pittsburgh.
His practice focuses on all areas of civil litigation, including commercial, personal injury, employment and claims for Federal Black Lung benefits. Prior to joining the firm, Bradley worked for a firm in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, focusing on all areas of civil litigation. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Indiana County Bar Association and the Cambria County Bar Association.
Bradley is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, where he teaches “Legal Aspects of Healthcare.” He has been a Cellist in the Johnstown Symphony Orchestra since 2004and serves as a coach to the Johnstown Symphony Youth Orchestra and Community Strings Program, in addition to teaching private cello lessons. He is an Elder at Calvary Presbyterian Church, an Honorary Life Member of the Pennsylvania Parent-Teacher Association and enjoys volunteering for the Salvation Army.