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Bob Kelly’s practice focuses on the legal and financial interests of high-net-worth individuals, businesses and tax-exempt organizations. A significant part of his practice is devoted to tax-oriented commercial law, with an emphasis on business counseling (the acquisition and disposition of business interests, structuring business transactions, family business succession planning and corporate governance issues), estate planning and administration, estate and trust litigation and counseling tax-exempt organizations. He brings an innovative and practical approach to all phases of the client counseling process.
Bob’s experience as a Certified Public Accountant prior to practicing law gives him unique insight into the legal, financial and operational obstacles facing the Firm’s entrepreneurial clients. His extensive experience as a business adviser helps him to provide prompt, practical and creative problem-solving advice. As a court-appointed commercial law mediator, he has applied his dispute resolution skills to areas ranging from adversarial business division/dissolution cases to business valuation disputes to informal workouts. In the area of tax-exempt organizations and charitable giving, Bob’s experience with a variety of community-based organizations, private foundations, health care and educational institutions and social service providers affords an in-depth understanding of the increasingly complex and sophisticated charitable and philanthropic environment.Bob serves as Trustee and Board Chair of the $2.5 Billion (assets) Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, based in Baltimore, Maryland. He served as a Director of Citizens Savings Bank, an OTS-supervised bank headquartered in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania (Audit Committee Chair; Asset/Liability Committee Member). He also served as a Director and President of The Scranton Lackawanna Industrial Building Company (SLIBCO), the industrial development arm of the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce. He has written numerous articles on tax and estate planning, and has lectured at the local, state and national levels on topics of tax, business and estate planning. Bob has been honored by his peers every year since 2005 as one of Pennsylvania’s Super Lawyers.
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