In September, 2018, MBK’s Chris Gray was named to the Board of the Northampton Community College Foundation.  The Foundation supports Northampton Community College’s 3 campuses that serve Northampton and Monroe counties where more than 35,000 students are enrolled in credit and non-credit programs.  Chris also moderated a panel discussion on Retirement Living Options through the […]


Myers, Brier & Kelly, LLP (“MBK”) congratulates its partners Daniel T. Brier, Frank J. Brier, Patrick A. Casey, John B. Dempsey, Robert T. Kelly and Donna A. Walsh for being honored again as Pennsylvania Super Lawyers.  Daniel T. Brier was included again as one of the Top 100 Pennsylvania Lawyers.  Donna A. Walsh achieved additional […]


On January 24, 2018, a jury returned a verdict in favor of MBK’s hospital client following eight (8) trial days.  The lawsuit involved complex professional medical negligence liability issues including claims pursued under the Pennsylvania Mental Health Procedures Act.  Before jury deliberation commenced, the Court entered a Directed Verdict in favor of MBK’s client on […]


Congratulations to MBK attorneys Frank  Brier and Nicholas Kravitz on their very recent week long jury trial win in Lichtenberger v. Singh, et. al., in Lackawanna County Court of Common Pleas.  The MBK team obtained a complete defense verdict in favor of their respective clients in a complex medical negligence matter.   After the defense verdict […]


MBK successfully secured the dismissal of a lawsuit brought by an elevator maintenance company.  In Schindler Elevator v. Lackawanna County, NO: 12-CV-2325, the Court granted MBK’s motion for summary judgment and dismissed the lawsuit with prejudice.  The Court rejected the elevator company’s argument that Lackawanna County ratified a maintenance service agreement by continuing to pay […]


In a case of first impression in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, the Court of Common Pleas ruled that tenants cannot be held contractually liable under a lease agreement for damages done to a leased premise as a result of the criminal conduct of unidentified unknown third parties.  In Waltman v. Brace, NO: 12579 of 2014 (C.P. […]


An article written by MBK Law partners Donna Walsh and Pat Casey recently appeared in the September/October 2013 issue of The Champion, the magazine of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Circulated across the US, The Champion features writings by and for attorneys involved in criminal defense. Titled Can Violating a Work Rule Make […]