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CGA Law Firm President Craig Sharnetzka Named to Central Penn Business Journal’s Power List for Law

access_time Posted on: May 2nd, 2024

CGA Law Firm’s President, Craig Sharnetzka, has received recognition for a consecutive year on the Central Penn Business Journal’s 2024 Power List for Law. This accolade acknowledges individuals who play a significant role in shaping our communities and impacting our quality of life through the legal foundations upon which our society relies.

“It is an honor to have been recognized and named to the Power List for Law as published by the Central Penn Business Journal.  It is humbling to be included on a list with so many talented attorneys. I have a tremendous support network of colleagues and staff at CGA who, without them, this honor would certainly not have been possible.” said Sharnetzka. 

As a testament to his collaborative approach, Sharnetzka, in his second year as President, works closely with the Firm’s executive committee, practice group leaders, and shareholders. This symbiotic approach balances growth with diverse management duties, overseeing day-to-day operations, talent acquisition, and strategic expansion initiatives. Sharnetzka’s legal practice encompasses municipal, business, real estate, estate planning, and bankruptcy matters. His outstanding contributions have earned him a place on the Central Penn Business Journal 2023 Power List for Law and the 2024 Power 100 List.

Sharnetzka’s compassion and empathy extend beyond his work at the Firm. He plays an active role in the community as President of the Board of Directors for Help for Oncology Problems and Emotional Support (H.O.P.E.), an organization offering aid to cancer patients and their families.

CGA Law Firm Attorney Craig Sharnetzka

Craig S. Sharnetzka

President | Shareholder | Attorney

Craig Sharnetzka focuses his practice in the areas of municipal law, real estate, bankruptcy and estate planning and administration. He is the current President of CGA Law Firm and previously chaired the Firm’s Municipal Law Practice Group.

Through his municipal law practice, Craig represents a number of municipalities in the capacity of a solicitor. He routinely drafts ordinances, resolutions, contracts and advises council members and elected and appointed officials and employees in matters such as open meeting laws, planning, zoning, and other land use issues, economic development, personnel, capacity, and other matters.

Read Craig’s Bio Page in full HERE.