Shawn M. Long
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Education

  • The Dickinson School of Law, J.D., Woolsack Honor Society
  • York College of Pennsylvania, B.S., cum laude

Admissions

  • Pennsylvania
  • U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • U. S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania

Presentations

  • "Real Special Assets - Part Two", Barley Snyder LendiCon Seminar (March 2016)
  • "Bankruptcy Update", Barley Snyder LendiCon Seminar (March 2015)
  • "Consumer Credit: Foreclosure and Bankruptcy Update", Barley Snyder LendiCon Seminar (May 2014)
  • "Protecting Yourself from the CFPB", Barley Snyder LendiCon Seminar (November 2013)
  • "Residential Foreclosure Issues", Barley Snyder LendiCon Seminar (November 2012)
  • Presenter for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute's Who's on First? Lien Priority in Pennsylvania seminar

Community Involvement

  • United Disabilities Services Foundation, Chairman of the Board of Directors
  • Lancaster Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Advocacy Committee
  • Grace Church of Lititz, Member

Other Professional Experience

  • United States Marine Corps (1985-1991)

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Shawn M. Long

Partner(717) 399-1512
slong@barley.com
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Shawn Long concentrates his creditor's rights and bankruptcy practice on the needs of banks, credit unions, businesses, and municipal clients. He has handled hundreds of cases in bankruptcy and state courts, representing secured and unsecured creditors in bankruptcy proceedings, commercial workouts, confessed judgments, foreclosures, collections, and repossessions. Shawn has recovered millions of dollars for national, regional, and local creditors and has developed a particular expertise in locating and seizing collateral and other assets in connection with replevins and judgment executions. His experience enforcing the rights of creditors through court proceedings enables Shawn to effectively negotiate on behalf of his clients, often obtaining the desired results before going to court. In addition to advising clients in reactive situations, Shawn provides proactive counsel to clients in their efforts to establish and maintain improved credit policies and collections procedures.

Shawn also focuses his practice in the areas of litigation and real estate, and he represents various business, higher education, municipal and individual clients in disputes involving commercial contracts, construction, mechanics' liens, leases, fraud, title matters, and zoning. His approach to litigation, whether representing a large business or an individual, is outcome-based and combines common sense with a mature, businesslike style and, when necessary to achieve his clients' goals, an aggressive edge. Shawn believes that litigation is about accomplishing the mission for the client, rather than competing egos among lawyers.

Before becoming a lawyer, Shawn served six years in the United States Marine Corps, followed by four years as a counselor in the juvenile justice system.