Barley Snyder Welcomes New Attorney to the Litigation and Construction Law Groups

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Barley Snyder Welcomes New Attorney to the Litigation and Construction Law Groups

Press Release Date: 06/07/2011

By: John J. Sylvanus
Related Practice Area: Litigation

Barley Snyder LLC is pleased to announce the addition of John J. Sylvanus to its Litigation and Construction Law Groups. John will be based out of the York office.

John is an experienced litigator who focuses his practice in construction related matters, litigation in both state and federal courts, arbitration and mediation and appellate litigation. His practice focus on defense of professional liability claims against design professionals, commercial litigation, construction contract review and litigation, insurance defense and products liability defense.

John represents architects, engineers, builders, contractors and subcontractors in matters involving contract interpretation and disputes as well as insurance, indemnification and arbitration contract provisions. John also assists his clients with collections, bid challenges, change order and the resolution of construction related liquidated damages claims.

John also maintains an active practice in appellate litigation, successfully representing a variety of industries in the appeals process.

John received his B.A. from the University of Delaware and his J.D. from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

Barley Snyder LLC is a Central Pennsylvania law firm with 65 attorneys in 5 offices throughout the region. The firm serves businesses and individual clients in all major areas of civil law, including business and corporate law, litigation, taxation, labor, employment, employee benefits, workers’ compensation and immigration, environmental law, banking, securities, municipal law, real estate, trusts and estates law and family law. The firm’s offices are located in Lancaster, York, Reading, Hanover, and Berwyn. For more information about the firm and its attorneys, please visit www.barley.com.