William F. Colby


  • Dickinson School of Law, J.D.
  • Trinity College, B.A.


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

Related Industries


  • American, Pennsylvania and Berks County Bar Associations


  • "Leasehold Mortgages", Barley Snyder LendiCon Seminar (March 2015)
  • "Buying, Leasing and Owning: What is Best for Your Business?", Barley Snyder Business Seminar (October 2014)
  • "Hot Topics in Commercial Lending", Barley Snyder LendiCon Seminar (November 2012)

Community Involvement

  • Greater Berks Food Bank, former president
  • Olivet Boys & Girls Club; former member, board of directors
  • Tel Hai Retirement Community, board member and vice chair

William F. Colby

Counsel(610) 898-7161
Print bio as PDF

Bill Colby focuses his practice in real estate development and banking, in both bank lending and bankruptcy and creditors' rights. In Bill's real estate practice, he represents developers in commercial, industrial, residential and redevelopment projects throughout Pennsylvania, taking his clients through the planning, approval permitting and acquisition processes. He represents a broad range of national, regional and local developers.

In the banking side of his practice, Bill focuses on representing banks in commercial loan transactions, with clients ranging from small community banks to large multi-state institutions. Bill also works extensively with lenders and borrowers on secured and unsecured credit transactions, real estate acquisition and construction financing, asset-based transactions and loan workouts. He represents banks and other creditors in all forms of bankruptcy matters including cash collateral issues, relief from the automatic stay, preference and avoidance actions and the filing of claims and objections.

Bill also advises clients in a variety of general business matters.

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. To understand more about how we use cookies, or to change your preference and browser settings, please see our Privacy Statement and Cookie Policy. By continuing to use our site, you consent to our Cookie Policy.