WEST CHESTER, PA, February 12, 2021 – Unruh Turner Burke & Frees (UTBF) is pleased to announce that Margaret A. Joy has joined the firm as a partner in the firm’s business and real estate transactions practice group. Meg has over two decades of experience representing sophisticated investment advisors, asset managers, and real estate developers with respect to office, retail, residential and hotel projects.
Meg grew up in Radnor, Pennsylvania and attended Bucknell University, graduating magna cum laude before receiving her law degree from Villanova University School of Law. Before joining UTBF, Meg was a partner and owner at Randolph Joy Law, LLC, a boutique law firm that focused on commercial real estate and corporate law. At Randolph Joy, Meg developed a niche practice in hotel projects, working with many of the largest, most nationally recognized hotel franchisors.
William J. Burke, III, UTBF founding partner and head of the firm’s real estate and business transaction group commented, “Over the years I have had multiple opportunities to work with Meg and have always been impressed with her work. Meg is an outstanding lawyer, a pleasure to work with, and her focus in hotel projects and hospitality adds depth to our business and real estate practice. We are very excited to have Meg on our team.”
UTBF (www.utbf.com) is a Pennsylvania law firm with 21 attorneys and offices in West Chester, Phoenixville and Paoli. The firm is dedicated to providing clients with the extraordinary representation and service that they require to succeed in today’s sophisticated and competitive regulatory and business environment and in their personal lives. UTBF’s clients range from individuals and entrepreneurs to major corporations, and include governmental entities, financial institutions and non-profit organizations. The firm advises on business and tax law; commercial and real estate transactions; business and creditors’ rights litigation; wealth preservation, estate and trust planning and administration; labor and employment law; municipal and school law; and zoning and land use.