Stephen oversees the real estate department for the Chester County office and focuses his practice primarily in the areas of transactional real estate, zoning and land use, municipal law, general corporate/business law and education law.
Stephen's experience includes:
- Representing individuals and developers in a variety of transactional real estate matters as well as all facets of subdivision and land development for residential, commercial and industrial projects, including issues associated with land use, comprehensive community planning, and zoning.
- Serving as general counsel for a wide range of business clients including construction and land development companies, real estate investment trusts/holding companies, manufacturing facilities, and transportation companies.
Stephen currently serves as solicitor for:
- Pottstown School District
- Lower Pottsgrove Township Authority
- Borough of Elverson Municipal Authority
- Building Industries Exchange of Pottstown & Vicinity, Inc.
Stephen’s leadership roles within the firm include serving on the firm’s Partnership Advancement Committee.
Before Fox Rothschild
After serving in the trials division as an Assistant District Attorney for Montgomery County, Stephen joined and later became a partner in the law firm of Binder, Kalis & Proctor, P.C. located in Pottstown, Pennsylvania.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
Stephen is an active member of the Montgomery County Bar Association. He is the former chairman of the Municipal Law and Finance Committee and is a current member of the Bench Bar Committee and the Real Estate Committee. Stephen also recently completed a four year term on the Judiciary Committee, where his responsibilities included offering recommendations regarding the qualifications of all candidates seeking appointment, election or retention as a Judge for the Court of Common Pleas of Montgomery County, PA.
In addition to his involvement with the Bar Association, Stephen was recently appointed to serve on the board of directors for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Philadelphia and Susquehanna Valley and has served for several years on the board of directors and as an officer for The Association for the Colonial Theatre, a community organization responsible for the acquisition, renovation and management of an historic downtown movie theatre identified by several area community foundations as being the catalyst for the economic redevelopment/revitalization efforts currently underway in the Borough of Phoenixville, PA.