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Obermayer's Attorney Sprenkle Speaking on Multifamily Housing Panel

Obermayer Partner Stephanie J. Sprenkle, Esquire, will be speaking at the 43rd Annual Bond Attorney Workshop on a panel regarding Multifamily Housing. Ms. Sprenkle is a practicing attorney in the areas of banking, public finance, real estate, leasing and development, and general corporate matters. The panel will be hosted by the National Associati...

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Obermayer Attorney Speaking at Annual Bench Bar Conference

Philadelphia, PA – September 19, 2018 - Hillary J. Moonay, Esquire, recently returned attorney and partner of Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP, will be speaking at the Bucks County Bench Bar Annual Conference on a panel titled Alternatives to Litigation: Mediation for Family Law and Civil Litigation Practitioners. The panel will take p...

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Obermayer's Dove Burns Named to 2018 New York Metro Rising Stars® List

Obermayer is pleased to announce that Dove Burns  has been selected to the 2018 New York Metro Rising Stars® list which spotlights the top up-and-coming lawyers in the NY Metro area. Dove was selected to the Top Women’s list. The list will appear in the October issues of the New York Metro Super Lawyers Magazine, the New York Metro Super Lawye...

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Family Law Partner Michael Bertin to Deliver PBI Course on High-Income Child Support Post-Hanrahan

This Friday, September 14, Michael E. Bertin, Esq.--the father's attorney in the Hanrahan case--will analyze and guide legal practitioners through the required presentation and multitude of legal issues facing a family trial attorney in the wake of the Hanrahan v. Bakker case, at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute.   Topics to be discussed: High ...

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THE BIG PROBLEM WITH SMALL PREFERENCES: The Inconsistent Application of the Small-Dollar Venue Exception Creates Opportunities for Knowledgeable Preference Defendants

  Vendors who sell goods to troubled businesses are often shocked when they are later sued by the debtor, a creditors’ committee or a trustee for the avoidance and recovery of preferential transfers. For the benefit of the uninitiated, the Bankruptcy Code permits the filing of lawsuits against creditors to avoid and recover payments on trad...

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Obermayer's Family Law Attorney Michael Bertin is featured in Philadelphia magazine’s annual “Makers of the Main Line”

Obermayer's Family Law attorney Michael Bertin is featured in Philadelphia magazine’s annual “Makers of the Main Line.”  This is an annual feature on the influential leaders who are making their mark on the Main Line.

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Stephanie Sprenkle to Speak at PA Municipal Authorities Association's Sold Out Annual Conference

Stephanie Sprenkle will be a featured panelist at the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association’s (PMAA) upcoming, sold out 76th Annual Conference & Trade Show.  Stephanie will speak on “Financing Options in the Current Economy.”   The PMAA Conference will be held in Erie, PA, September 9 – 12, 2018. 

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Assisted Reproductive Technology: Who Gets Custody of Embryos?

Dealing with infertility and assisted reproductive technology is overwhelming.  Learning the acronyms (IUI, ART, IVF, ICSI) alone can seem daunting. Then there is the anxiety and fear that come along with the regular testing and attempted cycles.  There is the emotion that accompanies the desire for a child.  The women start to feel like t...

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