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Anthony M. Brichta

Associate | Pennsylvania

Anthony M. Brichta concentrates his practice on liquor law, municipal law, commercial litigation, and corporate matters.

Anthony is part of our expansive Liquor Law Practice Group and brings his wide-ranging experience to our alcohol manufacturing and distribution clients.

Anthony has handled a broad range of civil litigation matters for private and municipal clients. He has extensive experience in creditors’ rights, municipal representation and litigation, tax assessment and tax claim litigation, appellate practice, insurance defense and coverage, plaintiffs’ litigation, commercial disputes, bankruptcy, and juvenile dependency matters.

Anthony has successfully briefed and argued cases before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, Commonwealth Court, and Superior Court. He obtained a unanimous reversal from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court of a trial court’s grant of nonsuit in a precedent-setting interpretation of a statutory immunity provision, obtained numerous favorable decisions involving tax assessment matters, and successfully defended confessed judgments for banking clients.

A resident and native of the Lehigh Valley, Anthony is co-founder and CEO of a start-up craft distillery in Allentown and Easton. He was selected for inclusion in the 2019, 2020, and 2021 “Rising Stars” lists in Philadelphia Magazine by Super Lawyers®.

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  • Formation and representation of breweries, distilleries, and wineries;
  • Representation of local Borough and Township;
  • Dean v. Bowling Green et al, 225 A.3d 859 (Pa. 2020): Secured unanimous reversal from Pennsylvania Supreme Court for a private client whose medical malpractice action was wrongfully dismissed by the trial court
  • Live Oak Banking Company v. Applebrook, LLC, 216 A.3d 384, 2019 WL 1596904 (Pa.Super. 2019): Successfully defended challenge to confession of judgment on behalf of a private banking client
  • Archbishop of Philadelphia v. Chester County Board of Assessment Appeals, 2018 WL 6369670 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2018): Successfully opposed exemption claim on behalf of a county board of assessment appeal

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