Where Results Matter…

Talented and Experienced

Butera, Beausang, Cohen & Brennan, located in King of Prussia, PA, holds the highest “AV” rating from Martindale-Hubbell, attesting to the skill and experience of our attorneys based upon peer review. All of our attorneys have many years of experience, some having more than 60 years in practice. Four of our attorneys (Ken Butera, Stu Cohen, Bill Brennan, and Kevin Palmer) have individually received Martindale-Hubbell’s highest “AV” rating for legal ability and ethical standards. Several of our attorneys are prolific authors and lecturers in their fields.

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BBC&B is one of the oldest and best known suburban Philadelphia law firms, having been in continuous practice in Montgomery, Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Philadelphia counties for over 65 years. Our partners have written legal treatises, taught seminars for other lawyers and have served on the boards of significant public and private entities. Our attorneys are active in their communities, serving on local governmental bodies and working with educational and charitable institutions.

Result Oriented

Let’s face it, results matter. And so does cost. We have a long track record of successful representation of businesses and individuals alike, clients with wide ranging legal matters looking for prompt and cost effective results. Our client base includes many small and medium sized businesses and entrepreneurs who depend on efficient representation. Many of our clients have come from larger firms which, due to their size and overhead, cannot provide the swift, cost-conscious and tenacious response required.


We pride ourselves on being responsive. You need answers promptly and “tomorrow” is usually too late. One way we set ourselves apart from other firms is by being diligent in responding to your needs. We realize that while we may handle many legal matters, yours may be the only one you have.

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