Christine Kimmel Elected First Woman Supervisor

          Partner, Christine Kimmel has been elected as the first female Supervisor of East

Marlborough Township.   Christine is currently the Chairperson of the East Marlborough

Township Planning Commission and has been a Unionville resident for eighteen years.

“East Marlborough Township has been recognized as one of the best places in the region

to raise a family,” said Kimmel. “We have school systems ranked among the finest in the

state and nationally. What we have never had is a female voice on the Board of

Supervisors. I am ready to change that.”

        A mother of two in the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District, Kimmel is focused on

strengthening families and education. As a real estate and business lawyer, she is also

focused on combining smart economic development with preserving open space and

responsible fiscal management.

Kimmel explained: “Combining unspoiled rural vistas, a vibrant business community,

and highly engaged residents who share a strong sense of community, East Marlborough

Township truly is a gem in the region.”

       “As a member of the East Marlborough Township Planning Commission for the past

twelve years, and during my participation on various Township boards, I have worked

closely with the Township Supervisors to achieve a balance of community and economic

viability. As a real estate and corporate lawyer, I have helped families and businesses in

the region grow. As a mother of two children who have benefitted from the incredible

educational, sports, arts, and cultural opportunities available here, I want to help preserve

what we have and make it even better for present and future residents.”

Congratulations, Christine!

James Kimmel, Jr. In International News For Website To Prevent Mass Shootings

Buckley, Brion, McGuire & Morris LLP healthcare lawyer and Yale Medical School researcher James Kimmel, Jr., Esq. is interviewed on the BBC World Service Newshour and in The Daily Beast about, the first-of-it’s-kind website he created to help would-be murderers and mass shooters control their desire to kill.

Buckley Brion LLP wins jury verdict in favor of West Brandywine Township and its Municipal Authority

After a two and half day trial, a Chester County Jury returned a verdict in favor of West Brandywine Township and its Municipal Authority, and against Pulte Homes. This dispute stemmed from Pulte’s now abandoned “Del Webb at Applecross” project. The Jury found that Pulte breached its Sewer Allocation Agreement, and awarded the full amount of damages sought by the Plaintiffs. West Brandywine Township Municipal Authority v. Pulte Homes of PA LP, Chester County Court of Common Pleas Docket No.: 2014-00037-CT.

Buckley Brion Prevails at Pennsylvania Supreme Court

The firm represented DNB First, N.A. before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and successfully defended the validity of a multi-million dollar confessed judgment against a commercial debtor.

More information and a copy of the Supreme Court’s Order can be found at the links below: