WEST CHESTER, PA — The law firm Gawthrop Greenwood, PC has announced that it has been appointed solicitor of East Vincent Township, Pennsylvania.
“Municipalities across our region are facing unprecedented demands on their services as they continue to protect the well-being of their communities during COVID-19,” says lead solicitor Patrick M. McKenna. “Some of the most rewarding work of my career has been spent supporting these municipalities through uncharted waters over the past year, and we are pleased to be serving East Vincent Township.”
McKenna’s’s team includes attorneys Stacey L. Fuller and Anthony T. Verwey, who lead Gawthrop Greenwood’s Government and Education Law Department, providing legal counsel to cities, townships, boroughs, police departments, planning commissions, municipal authorities and zoning hearing boards. The firm advocates at government meetings; advises elected boards on governance, open records and other issues; litigates municipal, school, land development and zoning matters through appeal; and drafts legislative and policy documents for municipal governments.
Gawthrop Greenwood also supports education and special education law, where attorneys serve the needs of educators, schools, families and students facing a variety of challenges.
Gawthrop Greenwood attorneys are members of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and its Municipal Law Section, Chester County Bar Association and its Municipal and Real Estate Law Sections, the Chester County Association of Township Officials, the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors, the Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs and the Transportation Management Association of Chester County.
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