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Elliott & Elliott is a Pennsylvania law firm concentrating in civil litigation, real estate, land use and zoning, government relations and municipal law, environmental law and toxic torts, and human rights.

For more information about the firm partners, please click here: Charles W. Elliott and Thomas R. Elliott

Civil Litigation

We handle litigation, including appeals, in state and federal courts and administrative agencies. In addition to real estate, land use, environmental and commercial litigation, we have represented clients in a wide range of lawsuits, from securing injunctions against unlawful conduct, to vindication of civil rights and other legal rights, to personal injury, to class actions.  See more...

Environmental Law

Over the past thirty years, our successful work for governmental clients, citizens and public interest groups has included: litigation under the National Environmental Policy Act; legal action to stop water and air pollution and mismanagement of solid wastes; actions to overturn poor zoning and planning decisions; citizen suits to enforce environmental laws; and actions to clean up and recover monetary damages for environmental contamination.  See more...

Real Estate

We handle residential and commercial real estate transactions on behalf of buyers and sellers. We will work with you from beginning to end, from your agreement of sale to settlement and closing. We perform due diligence searches as appropriate. See more...

Land Use & Zoning

We have more than forty years of collective legal experience with local governing bodies and planning commissions, real estate developers, and citizen objectors, in connection with land development plans and zoning applications, including zoning permits, special exceptions, variances and conditional uses.  See more...

Pro Bono And Community Service

We strongly believe that the practice of law is never merely a business, but rather a profession which commits us to civic responsibility, and an obligation of public service and community involvement. We have provided pro bono publico (“for the public good”) services throughout our careers.  See more...