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2/9/2021 | General

Kaplin Stewart is pleased to announce that we have elevated two attorneys to partner, effective January 1, 2021.  The new partners are Joshua A. Steinberg and Jessica A. Kubisiak. Joshua A. Steinberg is a member of the Real Estate Transactions and Corporate & Business Law group. Mr. Steinberg’s practice focuses on representing sellers and buyers, landlords and tenants, developers, and investors in various commercial and residential real estate transactions.  You can reach Mr. Steinberg at 610-941-2559 or by email at […]

Congratulation to Kaplin Stewart’s Best Lawyers in America 2021!

8/20/2020 | General, Media, News & Resources

Kaplin Stewart is pleased to announce that eleven attorneys were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America, ® 2021. Best Lawyers in America is the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession. Gregg I. Adelman: Land Use and Zoning, William D. Auxer: Construction Law, George W. Broseman: Land Use and Zoning Law; Andrew B. Cohn: Construction Law, Amee S. Farrell: Land Use and Zoning Law, Sandhya M. Feltes: Construction Law, Marc […]

Congratulations to Kaplin Stewart Super Lawyers!

6/2/2020 | General, Media, News & Resources

We are proud to announce our attorneys at Kaplin Stewart have been once again recognized as “Super Lawyers” in 2020 in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Super Lawyers uses a multiphase process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent research of candidates and peer reviews by practice area. The Super Lawyers publication is a credible resource for those seeking legal counsel. It provides as a diverse list of outstanding attorneys who have been identified as attaining a high degree of […]


5/15/2020 | Articles & Alerts, General, News & Resources

Will there be a freeze on property tax increases? Probably the opposite. Millage rates will likely increase. Philadelphia is facing a $649 million budget deficit. While property tax “freeze” legislation has been proposed, it is doubtful that Governor Wolf would sign such legislation given the objection of school districts. I expect school districts to be more aggressive in appealing property assessments given the shortfalls in revenue expected by municipalities and school districts. I have a pending tax appeal in the […]


5/15/2020 | Articles & Alerts, General, News & Resources

Construction work in Pennsylvania not previously restricted by governmental order is set to restart beginning on May 1. However, that work will be subject to changed circumstances and conditions and new governmental guidelines and restrictions. Whether you are a general contractor, construction manager, or subcontractor, there are important issues that you should consider before re-commencing project work. Here is a summary of some of the more significant issues, and questions that should be considered before work is restarted. Changed Conditions […]