The York County Bar Association Honors Thomas D. O’Shea as Outstanding Member

York, PA (January 2015) – Attorney Thomas D. O’Shea, a shareholder with CGA Law Firm, was recognized by the York County Bar Association (YCBA) with the Outstanding Member Award at their annual dinner held on Tuesday, January 13, 2015.

Active in the legal community, O’Shea served as the President of the YCBA in 2003 and in 2010 he was President of the Board of Directors for the York County Bar Foundation, the charitable arm of the YCBA. He has also served as Chairman of the Family Law Section of the Bar Association and is active in numerous civic and charitable organizations, including the York Little Theatre and MidPenn Legal Services.

He produces, organizes and serves as host for Legal Lines, a program of the York County Bar Foundation, which is televised on White Rose Communication Television and aired locally on Channels 16 and 18. Legal Lines is a 30-minute show which features guests that are subject matter experts on topics such as Domestic Relations and Divorce Law, Inheritance Tax Law, ARD, Drug Treatment Courts, and Bankruptcy just to name a few.

O’Shea also writes and produces The Bar Stools, a local comedic production with a cast of attorneys that spoof on politics and their profession.

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Margaret “Mieke” Driscoll Elected Shareholder

York, PA (January 2015) – CGA Law Firm is pleased to announce that attorney Margaret “Mieke” Driscoll has been elected a member of the firm.

Mieke concentrates her legal practice in the areas of business and corporate law, real estate, municipal and school law, and non-profit law. She assists her non-profit clients through the process of forming an entity, structuring a board of directors, drafting by laws, and obtaining tax-exempt status. For her municipal clients, she routinely drafts ordinances, resolutions and contracts, and advises council members, elected and appointed officials and employees in matters such as open meeting laws, planning, zoning, and other land use issues, personnel, Right-to-Know law, and other matters.

She received her J.D. in 2005 from the Dickinson School of Law, Pennsylvania State University where she was a recipient of the IOLTA fellowship. An active supporter and participant in numerous civic and social organizations, Mieke, currently serves on the Board of Directors for witf. She previously served on the Board of Directors for Crispus Attucks and the YWCA.