Martindale-Hubbell AV rated attorney. Over 10 years experience practicing Real... more
Martindale-Hubbell AV rated attorney. Over 10 years experience practicing Real Estate Law, Business Law, Commercial Litigation, Taxation, Trusts and Estates and Bankruptcy. Area of concentration includes complex business and real estate transactions, including mergers and leveraged buy-outs, corporate and other entity formation, acquisition and restructuring and business succession plannin... view profile
I represent publicly-traded and privately-held corporations, entrepreneurs, property... more
I represent publicly-traded and privately-held corporations, entrepreneurs, property developers and property management companies in complex commercial and litigation matters, including insurance, real estate and transactional issues. I am admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. I was recently selected by my peers in Philadelphia Magazine as a Pennsylvania "Rising Star Super Lawyer... view profile
My experience has prepared me well for life as a solo practitioner. Following law... more
My experience has prepared me well for life as a solo practitioner. Following law school, I worked for three years at a small, general practice firm in Lancaster that focused on real estate, land use and development. Thereafter, I practiced in and around Philadelphia with various defense firms representing insurance carriers, Fortune 500 companies, and municipalities. This background will se... view profile
There are two reasons people consider filing a bankruptcy - Financial and emotional.... more
There are two reasons people consider filing a bankruptcy - Financial and emotional. Filing a bankruptcy can ease worries. I am not a "mill" and do not have any associates. I handle all my cases personally and provide my clients with the attention they need to lead to the best possible result.
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