MacElree Harvey has announced that attorneys Robert Burke and Charles Gerbron have been invited to become shareholders of the firm. Also, attorneys Jeffrey Burke and Brian Forgue have been elected and promoted to partners.
Robert Burke joined MacElree Harvey in November 2010. Prior to joining, he was a partner in a Philadelphia law firm for 14 years. Burke is a graduate of Seton Hall University Law School and focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation and estate and trust litigation.
Charles Gerbron joined MacElree Harvey in 2012 and was elected partner in 2018. Gerbron also served as an appellate prosecutor in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. Gerbron, a graduate of Villanova Law School, represents businesses, developers, nonprofits, and individuals on a variety of litigation, corporate, and land use-related matters.
Jeffrey Burke joined the Litigation practice group in 2019. He regularly counsels businesses and individuals on employment agreements, equal employment policies, non-competition agreements, independent contracting issues, and other employment-related matters. Burke is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where he was a recipient of the Class of 2008 Community Service Award.
Brian Forgue joined MacElree Harvey in 2015 as a Summer Law Clerk. Upon his graduation from Dickinson School of Law, Forgue joined the firm as an associate attorney in the Litigation practice group. Forgue has recently been focusing his practice on Family Law.