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Lancaster and Malvern, Pa. – Barley Snyder is pleased to announce the hiring of two new attorneys, adding to the firm’s growing footprint throughout central and southeastern Pennsylvania.
Lindsey M. Cook is a Lancaster County native and resident who will work in the firm’s Litigation Practice Group out of its Lancaster and York offices. In addition to her litigation experience in and out of court, she is a former adjunct professor of trial advocacy at her law school alma mater, the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.
David C. Watkins of Berwyn is the newest member of the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice Group and will work primarily out of Barley Snyder’s Malvern office. He comes to Barley Snyder after spending his career in the private sector of the technology industry. He is a certified patent attorney and has spoken at technology conferences both domestically and internationally.
The hires bring the attorney headcount at the firm to 93, an all-time high for Barley Snyder.
“The expansion we’ve been experiencing over the past few years has been unprecedented for our firm, and bringing these two highly skilled attorneys into Barley Snyder will help us continue our upward trajectory,” Barley Snyder managing partner Jeff Lobach said. “The opening of a Harrisburg office this month has opened up numerous opportunities for the firm and will be a driving force for further growth.”
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