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MPL Law Firm: Attorneys Serving York County, PA
If you’re looking for a lawyer anywhere near York, consider contacting our law firm. Our small firm and personalized approach mean we’ll take the time to learn the details of your case. You can rest assured that our York, PA attorneys will take the time to listen and work with you to achieve the best results the situation allows. Working closely with our clients allows us to build rapport and develop lasting relationships. We take the time to understand your needs and concerns, so we can better address them.
Brown Law was formed with a fundamental goal: to provide high-end legal counsel with integrity. We are driven by the understanding that many of our clients face life-altering challenges. We thrive when the stakes are highest. Because of our past success, we are confident that we can deliver for you.
T. Andrew Brown
In addition to his commitment to advancing educational issues and outcomes, Regent Brown is the founder and managing partner of the Rochester-based law firm of Brown Hutchinson LLP. His practice is statewide, representing a nationwide clientele in the areas of civil litigation, employment and general business counsel. He has also been a mediator and arbitrator on commercial and employment panels of the American Arbitration Association since 1996. He began his law career in New York City with the law firm of Nixon, Hargrave, Devans and Doyle (now Nixon Peabody). He is a former Corporation Counsel and Chief Legal Officer for the City of Rochester. He has taught at the college level, serving as an adjunct professor of political science at SUNY Brockport and an instructor of law at Monroe Community College.
In its first year, VFA trained 40 Fellows; by 2017, more than 500 VFA Fellows and alumni have launched dozens of companies and helped create over 2,500 jobs across the country. I even received a few awards from the Obama White House, being named a Champion of Change in 2012 and a Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship in 2015. VFA resonates with so many people because it’s clear there’s a growing problem in the U.S.: automation is destroying jobs and entire regions are being left behind. For years I believed new business formation was the answer—if we could train a new generation of entrepreneurs and create the right jobs in the right places, we could stop the downward spiral of growing income inequality, poverty, unemployment, and hopelessness. VFA created jobs by the thousands and continues to do amazing work across the country. But along the way, it became clear to me that job creation will not outpace the massive impending job loss due to automation. Those days are simply over.