Announcement of New Shareholder

December 19, 2016

Salzmann Hughes, P.C. is pleased to announce the promotion of E. Lee Stinnett II to a shareholder of the firm. Lee joined the firm after graduating from The Penn State University Dickinson School of Law in 2009. Bryan Salzmann, President of Salzmann Hughes, P.C. said “We are very pleased to welcome Lee as a shareholder in our firm. Lee has demonstrated an excellent work ethic, attention to detail, and perseverance in assisting our litigation and municipal practice groups. More importantly Lee understands that we are here to serve others and assist our clients via an honest and straightforward approach. I am also personally humbled that Lee thinks so highly of our firm and all of its employees that he wants to be a part of our team for many years to come.”
Lee will continue to focus and concentrate his practice in the areas of environmental law, land use, litigation, and municipal law.

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