Tyrone is a shareholder of Powell Law, P.C. Tyrone has more than twenty years of experience in the counsel and representation of retailers, developers and professionals in real estate lease and contract negotiations with shopping center and office complex owners and other retail tenants, representing both landlords and tenants in office building and shopping center leases and in complex real estate transactions.
Ms. Gold-Bikinis a senior partner in Weber Gallagher's Family Law Practice Group, as well as Chair of the Family Law Department. She concentrates her practice in the areas of divorce, custody, support cases, pre-nuptial agreements. Ms. Gold-Bikin has authored numerous books in the field of Family Law and has authored and co-authored numerous articles.
Kathleen D. Wilkinson, a partner in the Philadelphia firm of Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP, is the zone one governor on the Pennsylvania Bar Association Board of Governors and the zone one director on the Pennsylvania Bar Foundation Board of Directors.
Michael Bruce Jones has been a member of the House of Delegates of the Pennsylvania Bar Association representing Zone 10 in Western Pennsylvania for over ten years. He is a member of the American Association for Justice, Beaver County Bar Association Fee Dispute Committee, and Civil Rules Committee.
Kelly A. Mroz earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh, School of Law, graduating magna cum laude in 1999, then joined the Erie firm of Elderkin, Martin, Kelly and Messina. In 2008 she co-founded The Family Law Group, LLC, a boutique family law firm where she maintained a traditional litigation practice while also providing mediation and collaborative law services.
LAWRENCE R. CHABAN practices in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His primary area of practice is in workers’ compensation, in which he is a Certified Specialist, social security disability and labor/employment law, representing plaintiffs and employees.
Mr. Schwager is a partner in the Wilkes-Barre firm of Chariton, Schwager & Malak, with a practice focusing on real estate, creditors rights, title insurance, real estate taxation, business law, commercial litigation, and municipal law.
Grace R. Schuyler, was appointed to the Board of the PA Lawyers Fund for Client Security by the PA Supreme Court in March 2009, was reappointed in March 2012 and appointed Vice Chair in May 2013. She is employed as Director - Government Affairs for Rite Aid in Camp Hill, PA. Ms. Schuyler was previously employed as Senior Counsel for the PA Department of Health as the main litigator for the Department and the program attorney for the Office of Public Health Preparedness, Bureau of Epidemiology, Bureau of Community Health Systems and Drug and Alcohol Program Licensure. She conducted state and federal training on preparedness issues, public health laws, was a member of the Editorial Board for the PA Public Health Law Bench Book and the Advisory Group that developed a Public Health Law Judicial Program for Judges on the Court of Common Pleas. Ms. Schuyler remains involved in public health projects and is serving on a state government Advisory Committee to review and provide recommendations on the revision of PA's public health laws. Previous employment includes the position of Managing Attorney and Senior Trial Counsel for two insurance companies and as Litigation Counsel – Major Claims in the Home Office of an international insurance company. Ms. Schuyler is a graduate of Shippensburg University and the Penn State - Dickinson School of Law.
Karen M. Balaban, a sole pracitioner in the Harrisburg law firm of Karen M. Balaban LLC, is one of 12 zone governors who serve on the PBA Board of Governors. Balaban represents Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry and York county lawyers. Her term will expire in 2006.
Marvin S. Lieber is a member of Eckert Seamans. He has a broad-based legal practice, with an emphasis on business and commercial law, taxation, charitable organizations, educational institutions and health care representation and focuses his practice on taxation, estate planning and administration, banking, corporate law and health care matters.
After graduating from the Shamokin public schools, Joseph H. Jones served three years in the United States Navy during World War II, being honorably discharged with the rank of LT., JG, having served in the Pacific Theater. Mr. Jones then continued his education at Ursinus College, Dickinson School of Law and New York University.
Jerome E. Bogutz is an of counsel in the Philadelphia office of Wilson Elser whose practice focuses on Professional Liability & Services, Insurance & Reinsurance Coverage, Corporate Governance & Compliance, Government Affairs and Real Estate & Development.