H. Jeffrey Brahin, Esq. served as faculty at the 22ndAnnual PBI Real Estate Institute for the seminar Confessions of Judgment – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. The course was a comprehensive review of confessions of judgment, including negotiating and drafting the warrant of attorney, filing the judgment, Petitions to Strike and Open Judgment, and appeal issues. The seminar covered both substantive and procedural matters and provided practical insight into the litigation of confession of  judgment issues.

Mr. Brahin concentrates his practice in commercial and real estate litigation, transactional real estate, as well as corporate matters and general civil litigation.Mr. Brahin represents numerous businesses, developers, landlords, tenants,property management companies and condominium associations in matters including covenants not to compete, trade secrets litigation, partnership and shareholder disputes, debt collection cases, contract disputes, commercial landlord-tenant litigation, litigation regarding options and rights of first refusal, adverse possession matters, partition,foreclosures, mechanics’ liens and actions to quiet title. Mr. Brahin’s corporate practice involves entity formation and dissolution, mergers and acquisitions,employment agreements, business-to-business contracts, joint venture agreements and security agreements. His real estate practice includes acquisition and sale, financing and leasing.  He handles litigation throughout eastern and central Pennsylvania.