Ethics Commission

Gross McGinley Lehigh Valley PA Ethics Commission Law Firm

Experienced Ethics Commission Attorneys

Providing Legal Counsel to Municipality Ethics Boards Municipal law governs cities, counties, townships, or boroughs (municipalities) and the government entities within them. We offer the knowledge and insight to ensure that these elected officials make informed decisions. Our attorneys sit on municipalities’ Ethics Boards to provide legal counsel and advisory opinions to the Board of Commissioners, based on the approved Code of Ethics adopted by the municipality. Members of the Board also handle citizen complaints and conduct hearings on ethical matters.

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    Ethics Commission Team

    View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Attorney John F. Gross

    John F. “Jack” Gross

    Partner
    View Profile Gross McGinley Allentown Law Firm Attorney Jason A. Ulrich

    Jason A. Ulrich

    Senior Counsel

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