KingSpry unveiled new signage today outside their main law offices in downtown Bethlehem.
The law firm, which employs approximately 60 people, houses their headquarters on two floors of the brick tower at the corner of Broad and New Streets. The new, illuminated sign will serve as a beacon to Lehigh Valley residents, schools, and businesses seeking legal assistance.
KingSpry Managing Partner Kristine Roddick said, “As we head into our 20th year together as a firm, we are always looking for ways to demonstrate our commitment to the region we serve. To us, this building is not just a corporate edifice, rather, it has become the home of our firm.”
“There are a lot of exciting things developing throughout the Lehigh Valley, and the heart of that changing skyline is an exciting place to be,” said Michael Gaul, partner and chair of both the Municipal Practice Law Practice Group and the firm’s Facilities Committee. “With a foot in two counties, Bethlehem is the perfect location to serve the entire Lehigh Valley region; the firm’s downtown address gives clients easy access to not only our legal services, but restaurants, easy parking, and more.”
Dorota Gasienica-Kozak, head of the firm’s Assisted Reproductive Technology Law Group and current chair of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Governors, adds, “The new signage is an exciting step forward for us. We take our community stewardship very seriously, and I am proud to finally see our name in lights.”
“As we enter our third decade together, we, like any business, are spending great time and effort to strategize where we want to grow next, including improvements to our physical location,” Roddick adds. “This new signage is a part of that plan. Congratulations to our Facilities team who managed this project.”
With over fifteen different practice areas, KingSpry is poised to take on any legal challenge, and has been named the Leading Lehigh Valley Law Firm by Who’s Who in Business, a Top Workplace by the Morning Call, and a Top Three Law Firm by the readers of Lehigh Valley Business for two consecutive years.