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Obermayer Attorneys Named To 2015 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® And Rising Stars Lists

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP is pleased to announce that a number of our attorneys were selected for inclusion in 2015 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers®.   Obermayer 2015 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers®  Banking David A. Nasatir  Bankruptcy Charles M. Golden  Business LitigationThomas A. LeonardWilliam J. Leonar...

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Stephanie Sprenkle Selected by CREW as "Outstanding Member at Large"

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP partner Stephanie J. Sprenkle was selected by Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Philadelphia as the 2014 “Outstanding Member at Large” for the chapter. The award is given annually to a member who works tirelessly to promote the mission of the local Chapter and has made significant contributio...

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Stephanie Sprenkle Elected to the Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Philadelphia Board of Directors

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP partner Stephanie J. Sprenkle was elected to the Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Philadelphia Board of Directors. CREW is the industry’s premier business networking organization dedicated to supporting the achievements of women in commercial real estate. Sprenkle practices in the areas of bankin...

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Strike, You’re Out! How Zoning Codes Are Being Invalidated

It is well-settled that local municipalities may exercise police power to promote reasonable objectives in the regulation of land use through zoning ordinances. New York City was the first city to adopt a zoning code in 1916, and others followed suit creating ordinances for the orderly development of residential, commercial and industrial uses of p...

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Real Estate Tax Liens Attach to Persons, Not Just Property

In 2013, the Pennsylvania legislature passed an amendment to the Municipal Claim and Tax Lien Law (Act No. 93 of 2013, the “Amendment”), designed to give municipalities and school districts improved means of collecting tax revenue. The Amendment permits a taxing district to enforce a claim for property taxes “as a lien against rea...

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Beyond the Shale

Zoning Implications for Municipalities: Robinson Township, et. al v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Much has been made of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s recent decision in Robinson Township, et. al v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as it relates to Marcellus Shale and who - the Commonwealth or the local municipality  - can regulate the drilling for such shale. However, it is extremely important to realize that the Court’s decisio...

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Firm Announces New Partners

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP has admitted Matthew A. Green, Shari B. Veisblatt and Stephanie J. Sprenkle to the firm’s partnership. As a partner in the commercial litigation practice group and the labor relations & employment law department, Green concentrates his practice in commercial litigation, employment law, loan work...

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David Nasatir featured on Main Line Media News on Keystone Property Group's Conshohocken Project

Lower Merion developer's agreement for $200 million plan adopted in Conshohocken CONSHOHOCKEN — A developer’s agreement with Keystone Property Group (KPG) of Lower Merion to build a hotel, an office tower and a parking garage on Fayette Street and a new borough building for police and borough workers was unanimously approved Wednesday ...

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Hercules Grigos quoted on Philly.com on Renaissance Plaza project

Hercules Grigos was quoted on Philly.com on the revision to plans for Renaissance Plaza - the residential  and retail complex Carl Marks Real Estate plans to build at the former World  Trade Center site on the Delaware River waterfront in Philadelphia. Click here to read the full article.

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David Nasatir quoted in Times Herald on Conshohocken Redevelopment Affirmation

Dave Nasatir was quoted in Times Herald, "Montgomery County Redevelopment Authority Affirms Conshohocken Redevelopment Selection" on the Montgomery County Redevelopment Authority's unanimous affirmation of the Conshohocken Borough Council’s selection of Keystone Property Group (KPG) of Lower Merion to redevelop four parcels in Conshohock...

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