Gross McGinley LaBarre & Eaton Celebrates Its 30th Anniversary
On Thursday, December 7, 2006, Gross, McGinley, LaBarre & Eaton celebrated the 30th anniversary of its founding with an event at DeSales University’s Labuda Center for the Performing Arts.
More than 250 friends of the firm joined GMLE attorneys and staff for an elegant cocktail and hors d’oeuvres reception followed by a performance of “The Trial of Ebeneezer Scrooge” at the Labuda Center’s Main Stage Theater.
Gross, McGinley, LaBarre & Eaton was founded in 1976 by Malcolm Gross, Paul McGinley and Carol McGinley, who now serves as a Lehigh County judge. The firm’s original office was located in a restored Victorian building at 137 N. 5th Street in Allentown. Ten years after its founding, the firm moved to its current location in Crown Tower at 33 South Seventh Street, just south of the Lehigh County Government Center.
The firm now includes 24 attorneys, all of whom have a strong commitment to the community they serve. In January of 2006, GMLE opened an office at 717 Washington Street in Easton, less than one block from the Northampton County Courthouse.