Northumberland County Appeals & Appellate Lawyers
California Western School of Law, California Western Law Review and International Law Journal and California Western Law Review and International Law Journal
Katherine McShane believes that knowledge is power. By improving her skill set and knowledge base as an attorney, she can better serve her clients. Katherine is also a strong believer in the constitution and protecting the rights of those who stand accused from the strong arm of the government.
Katherine attended law school at California Western School of Law. Based on academic achievement, Katherine was invited to be a part of the CSWL law review. She served as an associate writer and associate editor for both the California Western Law Review and International Law Journal. During school, Katherine also interned...
Prior to joining Mooney Law, Shawn worked as a solo practitioner in State College,...
After focusing on appeals and post-conviction remedies for years, Attorney Clarkson found that the best way to save someone from ineffective assistance of counsel is to be effective trial counsel. Switching now to focus more heavily on trials, she fights for your rights and makes sure every angle is utilized to get you the best possible outcome.
Attorney Clarkson will still handle appeals, post-conviction remedies, and mental health expungements.
Attorney Clarkson will continue to make sure the law is complied with and uphold constitutional rights so our citizenry does not lose them.
She handles everything from summary speeding tickets to murder.
Attorney Dutko also represents clients in family law and civil litigation matters. Attorney Dutko has successfully had children returned to Pennsylvania after a parent fled the jurisdiction with the child and has an injunction granted ordering...
In 2000, Mark graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Miami. Following graduation from college, he secured employment as a paralegal working alongside Roy Black, Esquire, and other attorneys at Black, Srebnick, Kornspan, and...
Over the course of my more than 22 years of litigation experience, I have represented businesses, organizations and individuals in lawsuits involving a broad range of substantive areas, including:
* contract law;
* the Uniform Commercial Code;
* partnership disputes;
* disputes among shareholders in closely held companies;
* disputes among members of limited liability companies;
* disputes involving commercial real estate and equipment leases;
* claims involving trusts and estates;
Phoenixville, PA 19460
Widener University Delaware School of Law and Temple University
Steve is a huge supporter of the University of Pittsburgh, Los Angeles Rams and New York Knicks.
We handle construction and other real estate litigation. Stucco has been a big issue in recent years.
We have a related title insurance agency which enables us to reduce our fees to real estate buyers and people refinancing.
I am the course planner and lead instructor for a series of continuing...
Wyomissing, PA 19610
Pennsylvania State University - Dickinson School of Law
Steven has handled a wide array of legal matters over his more than 30 years of experience in law. Steven is a Wharton School of Business and Villanova Law graduate and considers himself to be a general practice lawyer, with emphasis in handling matters related to insurance, insurance coverage, and bad faith. He has expanded the rights of insureds in multiple jurisdictions. The hundreds of these kinds of cases that he has handled over the years has led him to be considered one of the leading experts in this area of law in Pennsylvania.
In addition to...
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