Gross McGinley, LLP is pleased to announce the promotion of Graig M. Schultz to Senior Counsel of the Lehigh Valley law firm. This promotion recognizes his seniority, experience, and dedication to the firm.Graig is a civil litigator, and counsels businesses and individuals in breach of contract, labor and employment, professional liability, breach of warranty, and fraud matters. He has represented clients in the manufacturing, financial services, healthcare, technology, real estate, food and beverage, and insurance industries before state and federal courts, as well as the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, and is certified to represent individuals before the Board of Veterans Appeals.Graig maintains an AV Preeminent\u00ae Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell\u00ae. For three years in a row (2014-2016), he has been listed by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Stars, a distinction reserved for no more than 2.5% of young attorneys in Pennsylvania. In 2015, Graig was also recognized in The Legal Intelligencer\u2019s Lawyers on the Fast Track, an honor recognizing young attorneys across Pennsylvania for the work they are doing to help shape the legal profession. Additionally, in 2015, Graig was selected as one of the Lehigh Valley\u2019s \u201cForty Under 40\u201d business professionals by Lehigh Valley Business. This recognition is given to young professionals under the age of forty who exhibit professional excellence and a commitment to their community.Graig currently serves as the Case Editor for the Lehigh Law Journal and as a court-appointed arbitrator in Lehigh County. In 2014, he was appointed to the City of Bethlehem\u2019s Human Relations Commission. In addition, Graig is a member of the Muhlenberg College Board of Associates and the Lehigh Valley Health Network Board of Associates.Prior to joining Gross McGinley, Graig served as a law clerk to the Honorable Joseph P. Santone of the Pennsylvania Workers\u2019 Compensation Appeal Board, and the Honorable Glynnis D. Hill of the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas. He earned his J.D. from Widener University School of Law in 2006, and his B.S. from Pennsylvania State University in 2001.