Gina Gerber Joins Riley Riper Hollin & Colagreco Team

Riley Riper Hollin & Colagreco is pleased to welcome Gina Gerber to the firm.  Gina, named Main Line Today Magazine‘s “Top Real Estate Lawyer” in 2016, has extensive experience in negotiating and securing development entitlements for property owners and developers throughout the region.  She concentrates her practice in the areas of land use, zoning and real estate. Continue reading “Gina Gerber Joins Riley Riper Hollin & Colagreco Team”

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CII Council Features Edward Hollin in Educational Briefing

The Chester County Commercial Industrial Investment (CII) Council featured Edward J. Hollin, a shareholder at Riley Riper Hollin & Colagreco, as a panelist in an educational briefing, “Contracts and Booby Traps: How to Avoid Legal Issues in CRE Brokerage.”  Over 60 professionals from commercial real estate gathered to attend the event on May 17 at the Chester County Economic Development Council. Continue reading “CII Council Features Edward Hollin in Educational Briefing”

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Ed Hollin Recognized with “Most Significant Flex Lease” Award in Chester County

Ed Hollin, a shareholder at Riley Riper Hollin & Colagreco, was recognized for his role representing The Hankin Group in negotiating a transaction which was recognized as the “most significant flex lease” in Chester County at the Chester County Commercial Industrial Investment (CII) Council’s Annual Meeting & Luncheon on April 20. Continue reading “Ed Hollin Recognized with “Most Significant Flex Lease” Award in Chester County”

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SCCCC Chairman John Jaros Presents Citizen of the Year Award to Leon Spencer

As Chairman of the Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce, John Jaros presented the 2016 Outstanding Citizen of the Year Award to Leon R. Spencer, Jr. at the organization’s 50th Annual Gala on March 24 at Longwood Gardens.

“Leon Spencer is a gentleman, a community volunteer and a class act as well,” said Jaros. “I couldn’t think of a better recipient of the award this year than Leon. His acceptance speech was moving.” Continue reading “SCCCC Chairman John Jaros Presents Citizen of the Year Award to Leon Spencer”

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Matthew Hauber Joins Riley Riper Hollin & Colagreco Team

Matthew G. Hauber joined Riley Riper Hollin & Colagreco in March.  Named a 2016 “Pennsylvania Rising Star” by Super Lawyers, Matt concentrates his practice on a broad range of real estate and business law matters. Continue reading “Matthew Hauber Joins Riley Riper Hollin & Colagreco Team”

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Upholds $18.5 Million Verdict For Newman Development Group

WEST CHESTER >> Most landlord-tenant disputes get resolved in your local District Court, with, at most, a few thousand dollars exchanging hands. Not so the case of Newman Development Group of Pottstown v. Genuardi’s Family Markets.

Last week, the state Supreme Court denied the request of the defendants — the Genurardi and Safeway supermarket chains — to hear their appeal of a lower court’s ruling that would have shrunk the size of the $18.5 million verdict handed down by a Chester County Common Pleas Court judge five years ago. Continue reading “Pennsylvania Supreme Court Upholds $18.5 Million Verdict For Newman Development Group”

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