People in the News – February 8th 2019
McAndrews Law Office announced the selection of two new shareholders in the firm’s Pennsylvania offices. Katharine Ryan is the firm’s chief executive officer, and Anthony Marone is an expert in elder law and special needs planning.
Ryan joined McAndrews as chief executive officer in May 2017. She was an attorney for 33 years and brings 25 years of law firm management experience to the position. She managed her own law firm, was a founding partner in two law firms, and was a litigation/supervisory partner in another large firm. She oversees the general management and operations of the firm and participates in litigation matters and in assessing clients’ needs through participation in numerous client meetings.
Marone is a member of the estates and trusts department of McAndrews and has experience representing elderly and disabled individuals in a variety of matters. Prior to joining McAndrews. Marone was an assistant counsel in the Office of General Counsel to the governor of Pennsylvania, and prior to that, Marone was a sole practicing attorney. Marone served as a member of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard from 1984 to 2007, specializing in intelligence analysis. After the September 11th terrorist attacks, Marone was deployed overseas as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. He was also mobilized with the Pennsylvania Guard for every natural disaster in southeastern Pennsylvania from 1984 to 2007 and was deployed to Louisiana for Operation Katrina Relief. Marone is a Veterans Administration accredited attorney.