Reading, Pennsylvania Banking Attorneys

Compare 9 attorneys and 2 law firms in Reading, PA. Sort by highest rating and years of banking experience.

George Shoop

Reading banking attorney at Barley Snyder with 41 years experience

(610) 376-6651

50 North 5th Street, Reading, PA 19603

Timothy Demers

Reading banking attorney at Stevens and Lee with 39 years experience

(610) 478-2000

111 North Sixth Street, Reading, PA 19603

William Colby Jr

Reading banking attorney at Barley Snyder with 32 years experience

(610) 376-6651

50 North 5th Street, Reading, PA 19603

Ramiro Carbonell

Reading banking attorney at Stevens and Lee with 31 years experience

(610) 478-2000

111 North Sixth Street, Reading, PA 19603

David Beane

Reading banking attorney at Stevens and Lee with 30 years experience

(610) 478-2000

111 North Sixth Street, Reading, PA 19603

Steven Adams

Reading banking attorney at Stevens and Lee with 29 years experience

(610) 478-2000

111 North Sixth Street, Reading, PA 19603

John Poeta

Reading banking attorney at Stevens and Lee with 29 years experience

(610) 478-2000

111 North Sixth Street, Reading, PA 19603

Matthew Rappleye

Reading banking attorney at Stevens and Lee with 26 years experience

(610) 478-2000

111 North Sixth Street, Reading, PA 19603

Joseph Lewis

Reading banking attorney at Stevens and Lee with 25 years experience

(610) 478-2000

111 North Sixth Street, Reading, PA 19603

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Banking law is a mix of federal, state and local regulations that govern the operation of banks, nonbank institutions (including credit services) and those providing banking services. Attorneys specializing in banking law may represent both individuals and businesses with banking matters.

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