East Bradford Township, Upper Uwchlan Township and West Bradford Township have each elected a Lamb McErlane PC attorney as Chairman of its Board of Supervisors. All three townships are located in Chester County. Vincent M. Pompo was re-elected as Chairman of the East Bradford Board of Supervisors, Guy A. Donatelli was elected Chairman of the Upper Uwchlan Board of Supervisors and Bill Christman was elected Chairman of the West Bradford Board of Supervisors.
“It’s a manifestation of the firm’s emphasis on community involvement that three of our attorneys at the very same time have been elected by their peers to these leadership positions”, says Joel L. Frank, Lamb McErlane PC Chairman and Managing Partner. “Lamb McErlane’s municipal practice is renowned for its extensive experience serving as solicitors and advisors for numerous townships, boroughs, authorities, school districts and other municipal and government entities in Pennsylvania, and has recently been ranked as a Tier 1 Best Law Firm by US News and World Report in Municipal Law”, according to Frank.
Vince Pompo is partner and chairman of the Municipal Law Department and the Environmental Law Practice Group. His practice areas include municipal, land use and environmental law. Vince also serves as township solicitor for a number of municipalities as well as several municipal authorities.
Guy Donatelli is a partner in the Litigation Department and co-Chair of the firm’s Employment Group. He concentrates his practice on employment and commercial litigation, representing individuals, businesses and municipalities in employment, business and land use disputes. In addition, Guy serves as solicitor and advisor to a number of municipalities.
Bill Christman is an associate at the firm and concentrates his practice in municipal law, election law, and litigation. He specifically focuses on municipal, land use, property tax, administrative, finance and election law matters, as well as general litigation matters. He advises townships, boroughs, school districts and municipal authorities, as well as corporations and individuals.