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Gettysburg, Pa. – Barley Snyder became an official member of Gettysburg’s historic and vibrant downtown when it held a ribbon cutting for its newest office at 19 E. Middle St. on Monday afternoon.
Members of the board of directors at the Gettysburg Adams Chamber of Commerce, along with friends and clients of Barley Snyder joined the firm at the ribbon cutting to help celebrate the new office.
“Being in Gettysburg is a strategic move for the firm that will help us continue the growth trajectory we’ve seen in Adams County and along the Route 15 Corridor,” said Jeff Lobach, Barley Snyder’s managing partner. “We’ve already had a presence here, and we wanted to make the commitment to be here full-time.”
Barley Snyder had been looking for a suitable location for a Gettysburg office, but put those plans on hold in late 2016 when the firm began negotiations for the Hanover law firm of Stonesifer and Kelley to join Barley Snyder.
Stonesifer and Kelley had plans for a Gettysburg office, and when the firms merged in March 2017, Barley Snyder continued that plan for the new office.
The firm already is entrenched in the town, with both clients and in community service. Partner Scott Kelley is a member of the board of directors for Gettysburg-based ACNB Bank, and Main Street Gettysburg, a local group dedicated to responsible business growth in the downtown, recently appointed associate Jennifer Stetter to its board.
About Barley Snyder
Barley Snyder is a law firm based in central Pennsylvania with more than 80 attorneys practicing from offices located in Lancaster, York, Reading, Malvern, Hanover and Gettysburg, Pa., and Hunt Valley, Md. The firm serves businesses, individuals and organizations in all major areas of civil law including: business, employment, immigration, employee benefits, finance & creditors’ rights, intellectual property, litigation, estate planning and administration, real estate, tax, construction, environment and energy, health care, education, municipal authority, and food and agribusiness.