Woodburn and Wedge Announce the Retirement of John Murtha as Managing Shareholder
December 31

John Murtha, Managing Shareholder of Woodburn and Wedge for the past 20 years, recently announced that he would be retiring from that position, and Gregg P. Barnard, also of Woodburn and Wedge, would be stepping in as the new Managing Shareholder.  John Murtha has served Woodburn and Wedge well over the past two decades, and will be staying with the firm for the foreseeable future to ensure a smooth transition.  Gregg Barnard joined Woodburn and Wedge in 1991 and has extensive experience in the areas of business and corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, structured finance, entity selection and formation, real estate law, including acquisitions, residential and commercial development, and commercial leasing transactions.