Firm News

Firm Scores Victory in Court for Montgomery County Homeowner
October 30, 2017

Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin announces that its lawyers have scored a very significant victory on behalf of a Montgomery County homeowner. Jim Lee, Esquire and Steven Lupin, Esquire of HRMM&L represented homeowners who purchased a brand-new house from the Cutler Group, Inc. for approximately $646,500 on April 30, 2007. Testimony was that the […]

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Kathleen A. Maloles Joins Firm
October 19, 2017

Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin, PC is pleased to announce that Kathleen A. Maloles has joined the firm’s Trusts and Estates department. Kathleen A. Maloles counsels executors, administrators and trustees in effectively and efficiently administering simple to complex estates and trusts from inception to end. Kathleen utilizes her previous experience working in the Title […]

Joe McGrory, Jr. and Robert M. Sebia Assist with Negotiation of Sale of Sanitary Sewer System
October 3, 2017

The Borough of West Conshohocken recently sold its sanitary sewer system for $9.5 million to the Borough of Conshohocken Authority.  Attorneys Joseph J. McGrory, Jr. and Robert M. Sebia helped prepare the bid documents and helped negotiate the asset purchase agreement. “It has been a complex and challenging transaction, but I am pleased that everything […]

After Decades of Service, Ed Mullin Steps Off Board of Trustees of Montgomery County Community College
September 14, 2017

After decades of service, Attorney J. Edmund Mullin has resigned from the Board of Trustees of Montgomery County Community College (MCCC). He served on the Board for over 20 years. Richard Montalbano, Board chair of MCCC, stated, “Ed was not just a Board member in name only. Since he joined the Board in January 1997, […]

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Medical Malpractice Case to Be Reviewed by PA Supreme Court
September 6, 2017

The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania recently agreed to hear the case of Nicolaou v. Martin, a medical malpractice case where the Statute of Limitations is at issue.  This is a huge development as only 7% of all cases that petition the Supreme Court are accepted. The Supreme Court will address the role of social media, but […]

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