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Kristen Bennett, James Doyle & Gordon Prince on the Corporate Transparency Act

Spring Bench Bar Conference panelists in MalvernGawthrop Greenwood was pleased to be the featured team of panelists speaking on the Corporate Transparency Act at the Chester County Bar Association’s Spring Bench Bar Conference held April 4, 2024 in Malvern.

Trusts and estates attorney Kristen Bennett, community association law attorney James Doyle and business law attorney Gordon Prince shared their insights on “Navigating the Corporate Transparency Act’s Impact on Businesses, Community Associations, Trusts and Estates.” The Corporate Transparency Act was enacted by Congress in 2021, and since then, this pivotal piece of legislation aimed at safeguarding national security and the U.S. financial system has had widespread ripple effects. For more information on the Corporate Transparency Act and its effects on community associations, HOAs and cooperatives, see James Doyle’s article below.

The Corporate Transparency Act and What It Means for Community Associations

James D. Doyle is a partner and real estate and community association attorney at Gawthrop Greenwood, where he concentrates his practice in homeowners and condominium association law, real estate transactions and litigation, zoning and land use, buyer/seller disputes and title matters. James is one of only two attorneys to be named to the inaugural class of “Emerging Leaders Under 40” by the Community Associations Institute – Keystone Chapter (CAI). He also serves on Pennsylvania’s Legislative Action Committee for CAI. For more information, contact James at or 610-696-8225.

Attorney Gordon W. Prince is a member of the Business Law Department at Gawthrop Greenwood, PC, where he focuses his practice on business and corporate law, contracts, financing and secured transactions. He was named a Super Lawyers Rising Star, as well as a Top Lawyer in Main Line Today and the Daily Local News. For more information, contact Gordon at or 610-696-8225.

Attorney P. Kristen Bennett is a partner at Gawthrop Greenwood, PC, where she practices in trust and estate administration in Delaware and Pennsylvania and serves on the Executive Management Committee. She is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Fellows Institute of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC), a national organization of trust and estate counselors elected to membership by demonstrating the highest level of integrity, commitment to the profession, competence and experience. Contact Kristen at , 610-696-8225 or 302-777-5353. 

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