Mr. Schwartzberg has represented buyers and sellers of technology, manufacturing, distribution, professional service, retail, and other closely held businesses. He also represents companies buying and leasing new facilities as well as selling real estate. His finance practice includes representation both of borrowers and lenders, as well as clients involved in workouts.
In his corporate practice, Mr. Schwartzberg advises foreign and domestic clients on the formation of corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, and joint ventures, and works with the owners of family and other closely-held businesses on operating and stockholder agreements, succession planning, buy-ins and buy-outs and dispute resolution. He has extensive experience negotiating agreements with vendors and customers in the automotive aftermarket and pharmaceutical industries.
Prior to entering legal practice, Mr. Schwartzberg had substantial contract administration, program management and accounting experience in the satellite business.
•The Support Center for Child Advocates’ Distinguished Advocates Award, 2017
•Earl G. Harrison Pro Bono Award, 2011
News & Publications
•Schnader Attorneys Receive Recognition for Pro Bono Efforts
•Lee Schwartzberg to Receive 2017 Support Center for Child Advocates Award
•The Pennsylvania Capital Stock Tax is no More-Now What?
•Potential Tax Changes Ahead for Pennsylvania Nonprofits
•Schnader Attorneys Recognized as Members of the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania’s Pro Bono Roll of Honor
•Majority Shareholders Who Take Part in “Squeeze-Outs” Can No Longer Count Pennsylvania as the Sanctuary It Once Was Thought to Be
•Pro Bono Newsletter Summer 2012
•Schnader Pro Bono Client Deserving Decor In the News
•Pro Bono Newsletter Summer 2011
•Schnader Honors H. Lee Schwartzberg and Paul Titus with Harrison Awards
•Pro Bono Newsletter Summer 2010
•Jeffrey Letwin and H. Lee Schwartzberg to Co-Chair Schnader’s Business Services Department
•Pro Bono Newsletter Fall 2009
•“Reducing the Risks of Defaulting Equipment Buyers”
•“Structuring the Venture” (chapter in Business to Business Internet Exchanges)
•“Considering the Sale of Your Practice?”
•“Avoiding the Pitfalls of Capitation Contracts”
Community & Pro Bono
Mr. Schwartzberg serves as a volunteer child advocate helping abused and neglected children in Philadelphia to obtain services and housing. He was honored as a Distinguished Advocate by the Support Center for Child Advocates. He is a recipient of the firm’s Earl G. Harrison Pro Bono Award and is a member of the firm’s Pro Bono Committee.
•Megan E. Harmon and Lee Schwartzberg Participated in the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce Workshop “When to Grow or Sell Your Business”
•Lee Schwartzberg Offers Presentation to Members of the Pennsylvania Judiciary As Part of the Corporate & Commercial Law Program
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