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Lindsay Dunn Graduates from Leadership Chester County Program

Posted June 13, 2019

June 13, 2019 – MacElree Harvey is pleased to announce that Lindsay Dunn, an attorney in the firm’s Real Estate & Land Use group, recently graduated from the Leadership Chester County (LCC) program. Leadership Chester County is a premier professional development program, which educates individuals in nonprofit governance, local social issues, and community leadership, then […]

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Unrecorded Rights in Your Property: How to Avoid Potential Adverse Possession and Prescriptive Easement Claims

Posted March 4, 2019

By Matthew M. McKeon, Esquire- The day has finally come: you’re attending the closing on your new property. You have a title insurance policy commitment, and the title report came back clean – except for a standard utility easement from the electric company. However, there are some types of interests in property that will not […]

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Landlords and Undocumented Tenants: An Overview

Posted September 10, 2018

By Matthew McKeon, Esquire– Undocumented immigration is often thought of in abstract, ideological terms. However, many American citizens and legal residents – and of course people who are undocumented – have to think about this issue more practically. One such group of people are landlords. If you are a landlord, you may have questions or […]

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Super Lawyers Lists Brian Nagle and Tim Rayne Among Top 100 Attorneys in Pennsylvania

Posted June 7, 2018

June 7, 2018 – MacElree Harvey, Ltd. is pleased to announce that Brian Nagle and Tim Rayne have been included by Super Lawyers as two of the 2018 Top 100 Attorneys in Pennsylvania. The Top 100 list is based on those attorneys who obtained the highest points totals in the 2018 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers multi-phase nomination, […]

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What to know about Pennsylvania’s new 1099-MISC withholding tax requirements

Posted January 25, 2018

By Joseph A. Bellinghieri The tax bill signed by Governor Tom Wolf on October 30, 2017, made significant changes to Pennsylvania’s 1099-MISC withholding tax requirements. Act 43 of 2017 created a withholding obligation for certain payors of Pennsylvania-source income and lessees of Pennsylvania real estate to non-residents. The bill also expanded the requirements with respect to […]

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Business Attorney Chris Sullivan Joins MacElree Harvey West Chester

Posted April 18, 2016

Chris Sullivan has joined the West Chester office of MacElree Harvey, Ltd. as an associate in the firm’s Business practice group, where he will be serving primarily as counsel to clients in business formation, project financing, real estate and corporate transactions. Prior to joining MacElree Harvey, Mr. Sullivan practiced in the Public Finance department of […]

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J. Charles Gerbron, Jr. Chairs Chester County Bar Association’s Real Estate Section

Posted January 29, 2016

January 29, 2016 MacElree Harvey, Ltd. is proud to announce that J. Charles Gerbron, Jr., a member of the firm’s Land Use and Litigation Departments, will chair the Chester County Bar Association’s Real Estate Section in 2016. Charged with monitoring and reporting on judicial, legislative, and other developments that affect the practice of real estate […]

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Waters of the United States: Oppressive Overstep or Duplicative Regulation?

Posted December 16, 2015

December 16, 2015 By J. Charles Gerbron, Jr. Farming has never been easy. And, according to many advocates of agriculture, an administrative rule promulgated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and United States Army Corps of Engineers (“Army Corps”), just made it even harder. In 1972, the United States Congress enacted the Federal Water Pollution […]

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Real Estate Development Burgeoning

Posted August 4, 2015

Especially in and Around Small Towns   The 2008 real estate bubble burst is suddenly seven years in our rear view mirror and much real estate activity lies ahead. Transfers have increased; so, too, has development and redevelopment. Civil engineers are struggling to get all their new projects completed and will be hiring soon. Many […]

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