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Marshall Dennehey Celebrates 20 Years in Erie, Pennsylvania

November 17, 2016

Marshall Dennehey is pleased to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Erie, Pennsylvania office, the firm announced today.

According to G. Jay Habas, Managing Attorney of the office and an Erie native, the office opened in 1996 and he joined the following year. "From Erie, we handle cases throughout Western Pennsylvania, and now Western New York, including casualty, professional liability, health care, employment and workers' compensation matters," he said. "Many of our employees have been here almost since the office first opened. We are a close-knit group of professionals who enjoy working together and living in Erie County, and we are honored to have been able to provide our legal services in this area for 20 years."

Currently, the office has four attorneys and five professional and administrative staff. The firm's attorneys are members of the Pennsylvania and Erie County Bar Associations, Insurance Club of Erie County, Northwest Pennsylvania American Inn of Court, Northwest Legal Services and the Pennsylvania Defense Institute.

To commemorate the anniversary, the firm held a celebratory dinner for attorneys and staff and a donation will be made to a local charity.

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G. Jay Habas
Managing Attorney, Erie, PA Office
(814) 480-7802
gjhabas@mdwcg.com

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