Stephen I. Baerbaer@baerlaw.net
Stephen Baer is the Managing Partner of Baer Romain, LLP. He concentrates his practice in the areas of family law, criminal law, personal injury, civil litigation, and mediation. He began his law career as an Assistant District Attorney with the Chester County District Attorney’s office and established his law practice shortly thereafter.
Robert M. Romainromain@baerlaw.net
Robert M. Romain is a senior partner at Baer Romain, LLP and has been with the firm since 1986. His areas of practice include real estate, business law, and estate planning and administration. As a seasoned real estate attorney, his practice involves the preparation of agreements for residential and commercial transactions, title insurance, settlements, landlord/tenant, and zoning and municipal law.
Brooke R. Gintyginty@baerlaw.net
Brooke joined Baer Romain, LLP as an Associate in February of 2017. She concentrates her practice on personal injury, civil litigation, landlord tenant matters, and family law. Prior to joining Baer Romain, LLP, she spent the majority of her career working at a large, well-known national civil defense litigation firm, where she represented clients who had been sued for catastrophic injuries, property damage, motor vehicle accidents, and slip/trip and fall cases.
David H. Moskowitzmoskowitz@baerlaw.net
Dave received a B.S. degree in 1957 from Penn State, a law degree from Villanova School of Law in 1960, a D.Phil. from Oxford University in 1963, and he completed post-doctoral studies at the National University of Mexico in 1964. He is the author of Exclusionary Zoning Litigation (1976) and numerous law review articles on several different subjects. Dave concentrated in his practice of law in real estate development and construction, municipal law (serving as counsel to municipalities, municipal authorities, and civic associations), civil litigation, corporate law (as counsel to public companies and private companies), and international law (working on commercial and/or real estate projects in China, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Isle of Man, and several nations in Europe).