MacElree Harvey Names New Shareholder
January 29, 2016
MacElree Harvey is pleased to announce that Peter E. Kratsa has become a Shareholder in the firm.
“Peter Kratsa is a knowledgeable and excellent criminal defense lawyer who leads the firm’s newly formed Corporate Compliance, Investigations and Criminal Defense Group. As the chair of the litigation department, I am happy that Peter’s talents have led to him becoming a Shareholder in the firm and know those talents will serve the firm’s clients well in even more ways in the future,” said Al Gollatz.
Peter Kratsa is a Shareholder with over 20 years of experience practicing law, focusing on criminal law in state and federal courts, state and federal grand jury investigations, internal investigations, appeals, as well as juvenile delinquency matters. Mr. Kratsa also represents individuals and entities in regulatory matters such as professional license investigations and/or prosecutions. Additionally, he practices within the firm’s Family Law Group, including divorce, support, custody and adoption. Prior to joining MacElree Harvey, Peter was a partner in a private law practice which concentrated exclusively on criminal cases at the state and federal court level. Before going into private practice, Peter Kratsa served as an Assistant Public Defender with the Chester County Public Defender’s Office.
Peter Kratsa is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) and serves on the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (PACDL).
About MacElree Harvey, Ltd.
With offices throughout Pennsylvania and Delaware, MacElree Harvey is a full-service law firm focused on corporate and commercial law, complex litigation and arbitration, estate planning, administration and wealth management, labor and employment, business restructuring and reorganization, trademark and copyright infringement, corporate compliance and criminal defense, federal & white collar crimes defense, real estate finance and tax law, as well as personal injury and family law.