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Gallop Johnson & Neuman Lc

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Alan S. Breckenridge

Corporate, Insurance, Litigation

Mr. Breckenridge presently chairs the Insurance Practice Group, and is past chair of the Litigation Department.  Mr.  Breckenridge has ... (more)

Amy K. Mistler

Corporate, Commercial Leasing, Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate

Ms. Mistler concentrates her practice in the areas of real estate transactions and general business law matters.Ms. Mistler regularly represents publi... (more)

Andrew D. Dillon

Insurance, Litigation, Products Liability

Mr. Dillon's experience in commercial litigation includes matters related to commercial real estate, breach of contract, franchise termination, non-co... (more)

Angela N. Loehr

Insurance, Litigation

Ms. Loehr represents corporations in contract disputes, property damage actions and general commercial litigation. She has extensive experience in ins... (more)

Antonia M. Ponder

Corporate, Business Organization, Business Successions, Commercial Leasing

Ms. Ponder concentrates her practice in the areas of general corporate matters, mergers and acquisitions, securities and related matters.  She ha... (more)

Bradford J. Cytron

Corporate, Business Organization, Franchising, Real Estate

Mr. Cytron is a member of the firm's Real Estate and General Business practice groups.  His practice includes the representation of various publi... (more)

Bradley G. Kafka

Construction, Pension & Benefits, Employment, Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

Mr. Kafka is chairman of the firm's Labor and Employment Practice Group. He represents management in a wide variety of industries including constructi... (more)

Brian D. Rogers


Brian D. Rogers is an Associate who practices in commercial transactions, mergers & acquisitions, securities, and business services.&nb... (more)

Bridget K. Johnson

Elder Law, Estate Planning, Guardianships & Conservatorships, Living Wills

Ms. Johnson is in the Estate Planning department.  She concentrates her practice in the areas of estate administration, estate planning, and taxa... (more)

Carl Michael ("Mike") Smith

Government Agencies

Mr. Smith has a long history of government service that continues to this day.  He presently serves as the Executive Director of the Interstate O... (more)

Cynthia C. Bottini

Estate Planning, Guardianships & Conservatorships, Living Wills, Power of Attorney

Ms. Bottini practices in the Estate & Tax Planning Practice Group.  She concentrates her practice in the area of tax, estate and financial p... (more)

Dana S. Sandweiss

Corporate, Business Organization, Environmental Law, Real Estate

Dana S. Sandweiss concentrates her practice in the areas of real estate law, general business law and environmental law. Her practice includes represe... (more)

Daniel T. Simpson

Biotechnology, Copyright, Federal Trial Practice, Intellectual Property

Mr. Simpson is an associate and a registered patent attorney in the firm's Intellectual Property and Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Gr... (more)

David J. Harris

Government Agencies, Immigration, Real Estate, State & Local Agencies

Mr. Harris practices in the areas of immigration, government law and relations, and real estate.In immigration and government law and relati... (more)

Don V. Kelly


Mr. Kelly represents clients in the areas of litigation and intellectual property.Mr. Kelly has extensive litigation experience, having served as lead... (more)

Edwin G. Shifrin

Other, Corporate, Business

Mr. Shifrin is a business and corporate lawyer with over 50 years of experience as an attorney and counselor to a wide variety of public and privately... (more)

Edwin D. Akers

Corporate, Litigation, Products Liability

Mr. Akers is a trial and appellate attorney with more than twenty years experience in the litigation and arbitration of all types of commercial disput... (more)

Elisa B. Reinsmith

Employment, Labor Law

Ms. Reinsmith concentrates her practice in the areas of labor and employment law; non-competition, non-solicitation and non-disclosure enforcemen... (more)

Francis X. Miller

Corporate, Business Organization, Real Estate

Mr. Miller concentrates his practice in the areas of Real Estate Law and Corporate Law.His practice includes advising developers, purchasers and ... (more)

Frank Susman

Corporate, Business Organization, Constitutional Law, Education

Mr. Susman currently concentrates his practice as senior counsel to the firm in the areas of litigation, business law, domestic relatio... (more)

G. Neal Rogers

Intellectual Property, Litigation

Mr. Rogers concentrates his practice in the areas of intellectual property litigation and licensing, commercial transactions and fiduciary representat... (more)

J. Thomas Archer

Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, Class Action, Complex Litigation

Mr. Archer practices in the areas of complex commercial litigation including hospitality, securities, securities regulatory and enforcement, antitrust... (more)

Jennifer A. Bierman


Ms. Bierman has been involved in a wide variety of litigation matters since joining the firm of Gallop, Johnson & Neuman.  She has aided clients ... (more)

Jennifer R. Byrne

Corporate, Business Organization

Ms. Byrne concentrates her practice in general corporate matters, mergers and acquisitions, securities and related matters. She has worked on a wide r... (more)

Jessica J. Hulting


Ms. Hulting is an Associate concentrating in regulatory and administrative law with an emphasis on litigation.  Jessica has litigated cases befor... (more)

John J. Temporiti

Gaming & Alcohol, Government Agencies, Real Estate

Mr. Temporiti is Of Counsel at Gallop, Johnson & Neuman, and practices in Governmental Law & Relations and Business Services.Governmental Law and Rela... (more)

John W. Kepler

Copyright, Intellectual Property, Patent, Science, Technology & Internet

Mr. Kepler practices in all areas of Intellectual Property and Technology Protection Law, including identification, procurement, transfer, and protect... (more)

John P. Walsh

Corporate, Business Organization, Estate Planning, Merger & Acquisition

Mr. Walsh concentrates his practice in the areas of secured lending, mergers and acquisitions, securities law, and general business law matters. Secur... (more)

Jon A. Bierman

Employment, Labor Law

Mr. Bierman's Labor and Employment Law expertise includes:Represents management in a wide variety of industries, including construction, manufacturing... (more)

Kathie B. Dudley

Elder Law, Estate Administration, Estate Planning, Guardianships & Conservatorships

Ms. Dudley, a former probate and associate circuit judge, advises clients about estate planning, elder law issues, and probate and trust administ... (more)

Kay R. Sherman

Computer Law, Copyright, Intellectual Property, International Intellectual Property

Ms. Sherman has more than 20 years of experience representing clients in intellectual property matters, including the identification, prosecution, tra... (more)

Kenneth B. Newman


Mr. Newman concentrates his practice in the area of litigation and in particular, commercial litigation, construction litigation, and general civil li... (more)

Mark W. Weisman

Administrative Law, Construction, Employment, Estate Planning, Family Law

Mr. Weisman has specialized experience in the defense and prosecution of labor and employment cases including violations of the National Labor Relatio... (more)

Marvin O. Young

Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, Corporate, Business Organization

Mr. Young is a business and corporate lawyer, with over 40 years as an attorney and counselor to a wide variety of business enterprises. Chairman of t... (more)

Mary M. Bannister

Corporate, Business Organization, Merger & Acquisition

Ms. Bannister is a member of the Mergers and Acquisitions practice group.  She represents both private and public companies in acquisitions and d... (more)

Michael G. Temporiti

Administrative Law, Cleanup & Superfund, Complex Litigation, Election & Political

Mr. Temporiti is an associate concentrating his practice in the areas of Governmental Law and Relations and General Litigation.Prior to practicing law... (more)

Michael Morgan

Corporate, International, International Trade, Merger & Acquisition

Mr. Morgan concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial contracts, general business, international law, mergers and acquisitions, and securiti... (more)

Michael J. Zpevak

Administrative Law, Communication & Media Law, Gaming & Alcohol, Litigation

Mr. Zpevak has more than 30 years experience representing clients in the regulatory, litigation, appellate and arbitration areas of practice, with spe... (more)

Michael J. Adrian


Mr. Adrian concentrates his practice in general corporate matters, mergers and acquisitions, securities and related issues.  He has advised clien... (more)

Mitchell A. Gibson

Estate Planning, Pension & Benefits, Tax

Mr. Gibson concentrates his practice in employee benefits, retirement and estate planning, and general taxation matters.  He has experience with ... (more)

Nancy J. Dilley

Banking & Finance, Estate Planning, Wills & Probate, Tax

Nancy Dilley is a member of the firm. She concentrates her practice in the areas of trusts and wills, decedent's estates and probate, family business ... (more)

Peter D. Kerth

Bankruptcy, Commercial Bankruptcy, Credit & Debt, Litigation

Mr. Kerth concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial bankruptcy and loan workouts, as well as secured transactions and loan documentation.Ba... (more)

Peter A. Corsale

Litigation, Personal Injury, Products Liability, Toxic Mold & Tort

Mr. Corsale is an associate in the firm's Litigation Department. His practice includes serving clients in matters involving general civil litigat... (more)

Richard A. Yawitz

Banking & Finance, Corporate, Business Organization, Estate Planning

Mr. Yawitz represents clients in numerous types of business transactions including acquisitions, dispositions, reorganizations and corporate restructu... (more)

Richard A. Stockenberg


Mr. Stockenberg limits his practice to construction law.  He has over thirty-five years of experience in construction law.  His practic... (more)

Robert D. Cantwell

Banking & Finance, Corporate, Business Organization, Franchising

Mr. Cantwell is a member of the referenced practice areas and provides legal counsel in a broad variety of business transactions to advance client obj... (more)

Robert H. Wexler

Banking & Finance, Corporate, Business Organization, Merger & Acquisition

Mr. Wexler represents public and private corporations, particularly in the areas of capital formation transactions and mergers and acquisitions. He ha... (more)

Robert B. Preston

Divorce & Family Law, Prenuptial Agreements, Contract, Condominiums

Mr. Preston joined the firm in 2006 and is an associate in the firm's Real Estate Law practice group.  He assists clients in a broad range of rea... (more)

Robert J. Droney

Administrative Law, Contract, Election & Political, Government Contract

Mr. Droney is a member of the firm's Real Estate Law and Government Relations practice groups. His practice focuses on a broad range of public financi... (more)

Ronald L. Hack

Environmental Law, Insurance, Litigation

Mr. Hack concentrates his practice in the areas of products liability, toxic tort, pharmaceutical, environmental and commercial litigation, with trial... (more)

Ruben K. Chuquimia

Corporate, Business Organization, Divestitures, Securities

Mr. Chuquimia is a partner in the General Business Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, Securities Law and Emerging Business Development practice areas.&nbs... (more)

Sanford S. Neuman

Business Organization, Gift Taxation, Estate Planning, Income Tax

A founding partner of the firm, Mr. Neuman represents corporations and owners of closely held corporations in various tax-related transactions, includ... (more)

Stephen W. Skrainka

Employment, Labor Law

Mr. Skrainka primarily specializes in the representation of management in labor and employment issues and in mediation of employment, business and com... (more)

Stuart Symington

Administrative Law, Dispute Resolution, Bankruptcy, Business Organization

Former vice-president and general solicitor for Union Pacific Railroad Co., Mr. Symington has represented clients before a wide variety of local, stat... (more)

Stuart I. Cohen

Employment, Labor Law

Mr. Cohen concentrates his practice in the area of labor and employment law.Mr. Cohen practices all aspects of labor law and labor relations, represen... (more)

Suzanne L. Zatlin

Real Estate

Ms. Zatlin concentrates her practice in the area of real estate law. Ms. Zatlin has represented individuals, businesses and developers in a wide range... (more)

Thomas J. Campbell

Government Agencies, Immigration, Legislative Practice, Real Estate

Mr. Campbell is the Managing Partner of Gallop, Johnson & Neuman, L.C.  He has extensive experience in the areas of government law and relations ... (more)

Thomas P. Hohenstein

Corporate, Construction, Environmental Law, Insurance

Mr. Hohenstein is a member of the Litigation Department.  He emphasizes construction law, insurance coverage matters and real estate in his ... (more)

Thomas H. Mug

Banking & Finance, Business Organization, Pension & Benefits, Employment

Mr. Mug concentrates his practice in the areas of tax law, with an emphasis on employee benefits and executive compensation, personal estate and finan... (more)

Thomas W. Wehrle

Real Estate, Lawsuit & Dispute, State and Local, Administrative Law

Mr. Wehrle joined the firm of Gallop, Johnson & Neuman, L.C. in January 2001, when the law firm of Susman, Schermer, Rimmel & Shifrin, L.L.C. was diss... (more)

Tiffany B. Kieffer

Employment, Labor Law

Ms. Kieffer represents management in labor and employment law matters. Her experience includes defending claims involving discrimination, harassment, ... (more)

William E. Buckley

Corporate, Business Organization, Construction, Real Estate

For more than 30 years Mr. Buckley has advised business clients on general corporate and real estate matters.  He has represented a wide range of... (more)

David J. Massa

Corporate, Government Agencies, Mental Health, Litigation

Mr. Massa represents clients in all aspects of corporate compliance and defense, governmental regulation, healthcare law, government and commercial co... (more)

Gary R. Long

Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, Bad Faith, Banking & Finance

Mr. Long is an associate in the firm's Litigation Department.  He concentrates his practice on construction law, business litigation, creditors' ... (more)

Kenneth Solomon

Litigation, Intellectual Property, Business

Mr. Solomon is chair of the firm's Intellectual Property Practice Group.  He is a registered patent attorney and certified mediator with substant... (more)

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