James E. Egbert
James E. Egbert has been practicing law in New Jersey and Pennsylvania since 1986. Mr. Egbert is a member of the Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York Bar.
Mr. Egbert has extensive experience working with both individuals and families with their estate planning needs. This area of practice includes, wills, trusts, living trusts, powers of attorney, advance healthcare directives, living wills, guardianship, elder law, asset protection, Medicaid planning, and business succession planning.
As a business attorney, he has helped clients with business formation, real estate transactions, employment and contract issues, litigation and dissolution. He currently serves as counsel to over 12 Delaware Valley Corporations.
Mr. Egbert graduated from Saint John’s University School of Law in 1986 with his J.D.
Thomas J. Barnes
Thomas J. Barnes focuses his practice on representing clients involved in general corporate matters, including the formation, organization and transfer of their businesses. He regularly provides counsel to clients on matters involving entity selection, capital formation and regulatory compliance. His clients include public and private corporations in industries ranging from manufacturing to finance and real estate.
A significant portion of Mr. Barnes’ practice is in securities exchange, broker-dealer and investment advisory regulation and compliance. He represents broker-dealers, investment advisors, public and private companies and other financial market participants in various transactional and regulatory matters. Having served as a registered securities broker, and as lead investment banker on several private acquisitions and capital formation transactions, Mr. Barnes offers a particularly commercial perspective to his client representations.
Mr. Barnes is a 1979 graduate of Villanova University with a degree in accounting. He is a 1982 graduate of Villanova University School of Law, and holds an MBA in finance from Temple University. He is a past treasurer and board member of several charitable and non-profit organizations.