Spotlight On
Municipal Recovery

Local Governments, authorities and school districts in Pennsylvania face tremendous financial challenges. For some municipalities the challenges are so great that they need to enter into the distressed municipality regime of Act 47. And for many others, although their problems do not rise to the level of Act 47, the prospect of Act 47 looms large. Even the most wealthy municipalities in the state are facing budgetary tests that are more acute than ever before.

In order for a municipality to survive and thrive in this environment, it needs to proactively address its fiscal challenges in a comprehensive manner. The McNees Municipal Recovery Group has been working with municipalities facing distressed status, and provides a coordinated, holistic approach to tackling the legal aspects of municipal fiscal distress. Working in cooperation with the municipality's administrators, solicitor and financial advisor, the Municipal Recovery Group provides valuable insight and assistance on a range of issues.

Our goal is to help your municipality identify and address the factors, large and small, that contribute to fiscal distress, and to help your municipality improve your overall fiscal condition so that you can provide quality services with the least possible impact on your taxpayers.
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Highlights

McNees Wallace & Nurick attorneys selected as 2014 Ohio Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Sarah Ivy Joins McNees Wallace & Nurick

McNees Wallace & Nurick attorneys selected as 2014 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

McNees Recognized by In-house Counsel as Top IP Firm Nationwide

Attorney Eric Athey will Answer Questions On How Obamacare Will Affect Your Business Live on the Central Penn Business Journal website

Attorney Kandice Kerwin Hull Elected Chair of PBA Appellate Advocacy Committee 

Attorney J. Paul Helvy Appointed Chair of PBA Family Law Section

Sharon R. Paxton Elected Chair of PBA Tax Law Section

McNees Wallace & Nurick Represents Triple Crown Hopeful

Andrew S. Rusniak Named to Board of Directors of the Lancaster County Estate Planning Council

David J. Evenhuis Named to Board of Art Association of Harrisburg

Gina E. McAndrew Joins McNees Wallace & Nurick

Columbus Attorney Frank P. Darr Elected to Alumni Board's Executive Committee 

David J. Evenhuis Joins McNees Wallace & Nurick

Donald R. Keller Joins McNees Wallace & Nurick

McNees Wallace & Nurick Named Top Pennsylvania Bond Counsel Firm in 2013

David Unkovic and Donna Kreiser's article "Anatomy of a Bond Issue:  The Participants and the Steps" published in the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Municipal Law Section

David Unkovic and Donna Kreiser's article "Advice To Solicitors On Their Role In A Municipal Bond Issue" published in The Legal Intellegencer

Eric Athey Quoted in Central Pennsylvania Buisiness Journal's article "Businessess Continue to Face Significant Obamacare Transitions"

David Unkovic's article "The Critical First and Last Steps in a Municipal Workout: Vallejo, Harrisburg and Detroit" published in The Bond Buyer

Six Attorneys Elected into McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC Membership

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