(PERKASIE, Pa.) Grim, Biehn & Thatcher of Perkasie, Pa., is pleased announce that Sean M. Gresh, Esq. has been elected to serve as treasurer of the Bucks County Bar Association for 2019. Gresh is a Shareholder in the firm’s litigation department and has been with the firm since 2008.
In addition to maintaining a diverse litigation practice, Gresh also serves as a court-appointed Mental Health Review Officer for Bucks County. This is Gresh’s second term as Treasurer of the Association, which has over 800 members and is one of the oldest such associations in Pennsylvania. Gresh resides in Bedminster, Pa.
“We are always pleased to see members of our firm take on leadership roles with organizations in the communities we serve,” said Gregory E. Grim, CEO, Grim, Biehn & Thatcher. “We applaud Sean’s dedication to the Bucks County Bar Association.”
“The Bucks County Bar Association is a great organization with an excellent membership dedicated to upholding the finest standards of the practice of law, and giving back to the communities that we all live and work in. I am honored to be chosen by my colleagues for this position,” said Gresh.
About Grim, Biehn & Thatcher
Grim, Biehn & Thatcher has been providing trusted legal counsel, practical, commonsense advice and values-based business solutions to clients since the firm was founded by Webster Grim in 1895. The firm represents clients in the areas of Business, Commercial and Tax Law; Litigation; Family Law; Criminal Law; Landlord/Tenant Law; Municipal/Zoning Law; Personal Injury Law; Wills and Estates; and Real Estate Law. The firm prides itself on the following commitments it makes to its clients:
Responsibility – Recognizing that the firm is in a service business and that clients expect and deserve timeliness and responsiveness. This priority is embedded into the firm’s culture and values.
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Value – Striving to pool talents and resources to better serve clients and minimize unnecessary costs and expenses, thus providing increased value to its clients.
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Sean M. Gresh – Sean M. Gresh, a shareholder in Grim, Biehn & Thatcher’s litigation department, has been elected for a second term as treasurer of the Bucks County Bar Association. Gresh has been with the Perkasie, Pa. firm since 2008.