Tim Broadt regularly advises clients on their selection of a business entity for their new endeavor. After establishing the entity, such as a corporation or limited liability company, he works with the client to create the company's organization documents. Tim also represents clients with their business acquisitions and mergers, as well as their financing matters, business litigation, and leasing.
Tim also works with builders and real estate developers. He represents them in land development planning, zoning, title and boundary disputes. He also focuses on real estate tax assessment appeals, and real estate acquisition and financing.
Tim's third concentration is estate planning, wills, and trust and estate administration.
Some of Tim's clients are Pat Croce, the former President of the Philadelphia '76ers, Select Medical Corporation, a national healthcare company with acute care hospitals and over 1,000 physical therapy facilities, Child Guidance Resource Centers, a non-profit company which provides mental health services to children and young adults, and I&I Sling, an international manufacturer of industrial slings.
For the last seven years Tim has been named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer and has an AV Rating, the highest rating available by Martindale-Hubbell's Peer Review rating system.
Tim earned his B.A. degree in 1971 from Franklin and Marshall College and his J.D. from Temple University in 1974 where he served as an editor of the Temple Law Review. In 1982 he received his master's degree in Taxation from Temple University.
Kathleen Farrell is associated with the firm and focuses her practice on the representation of individuals in the areas of estate planning and administration, family law and real estate.
Ms. Farrell held a judicial clerkship for The Honorable John F. Reilly, Delaware County Court of Common Pleas, 1988-1989. She received her juris doctorate degree from Delaware Law School in 1987, after receiving her B.A. degree from Chestnut Hill College in 1978 and an M.A. degree from Villanova University in 1982.
Since 1987, she has been admitted to both the Pennsylvania and New Jersey state bars as well as the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. She was admitted to the United States Supreme Court in 1992.
Kathleen is a member of the Delaware County Bar Association, the Chester County Bar Association, and the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bar Associations.
Jean Gallagher Stoyer focuses her practice on real estate matters, including leases, real estate acquisitions and closings, zoning, and subdivision issues.
Jean has also represented private and public employers in a wide variety of labor and employment law matters, including counseling and litigation relating to labor-management relations, equal employment opportunity/employment discrimination, sexual harassment, railway and airline labor law, wage and hour regulation, Family and Medical Leave Act, education discrimination, and unemployment compensation.
In addition to her law practice, Jean has served as an Adjunct Professor of Legal Methods at Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, DE. Jean has also dedicated substantial service to community organizations, including serving as a member of the Bethel Township Planning Commission, Vice President of the Board of Trustees of Rachel Kohl Community Library, and a founding member of the Springfield (Delco) High School Alumni Association.
Jean received her A.B. degree with Distinction in 1989 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her J.D. in 1992 from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she was an Associate Editor of the Comparative Labor Law Journal (now known as the Journal of Business and Employment Law).