Sean P. Delaney and Veronica L. Morrison Join Stevens & Lee

Firm Expands Real Estate and Litigation Practices

HARRISBURG, PA, May 4, 2022 – Stevens & Lee announced today that Sean P. Delaney has joined the firm’s Real Estate Department and Veronica L. Morrison has joined the Litigation Department. Mr. Delaney and Ms. Morrison will be based in the firm’s Harrisburg Market Square office.

Mr. Delaney has more than two decades of experience with virtually all aspects of real estate law, and maintains a particular focus on real estate acquisition, financing, development, operation and disposition as well as corporate matters. He represents domestic and international clients that include owners and developers as well as lenders, investors, private equity funds and family offices. With a practice that spans a range of sectors, Mr. Delaney has facilitated financing and development efforts for residential, office, commercial, medical, retail, industrial, energy, manufacturing and mixed-use projects, among others. On the finance side, he assists lenders, investors and developers with the gamut of transactional and financing opportunities, as well as workouts and restructurings of underperforming assets.

Mr. Delaney earned his J.D. from The Pennsylvania State University School of Law and his B.A. from Hobart and William Smith Colleges.

Ms. Morrison is an experienced litigator who focuses her practice in construction law and assists clients with a range of commercial, real estate and environmental litigation issues. She also provides counsel on procurement and administrative issues as well as on risk mitigation and dispute resolution strategies relating to major construction project and mechanic’s lien claims. Her representations include commercial real estate owners and developers, general contractors, subcontractors, local government entities, national healthcare insurance providers and owners of large and small commercial businesses. Ms. Morrison was recently recognized among Central Penn Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 honorees for her professional and community contributions.

Ms. Morrison earned her J.D. from the Washington University School of Law and her B.S., with high distinction, from The Pennsylvania State University.