Brian P. Slough

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Areas of Practice

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • New York


  • Syracuse University College of Law
    • J.D., 2009
  • University of Delaware
    • B.A., 2003

Professional Affiliations

  • American Bar Association, Young Lawyer's Division
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association

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Brian Slough is an associate in Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A.’s Business Law Practice Group.  He practices in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, finance, real estate, health care, and general corporate counseling.

Brian’s business law practice entails regularly coordinating with attorneys in various practice areas including employment, intellectual property, litigation, and estate and tax planning. He functions as general counsel to many of his clients advising on corporate governance matters, fiduciary duty issues, regulatory compliance, and related issues.

Brian has represented both public and private companies in a variety of industries including health care, banking, hospitality, liquor, technology, construction, manufacturing, retail, real estate, and professional services.

In addition to representing for-profit and nonprofit companies Brian has represented governmental entities such as municipalities, public-private partnerships, and industry trade groups in a variety of matters including economic development initiatives.

In his transactional practice Brian has represented clients in corporate structuring and restructuring, capitalization, securities matters, financing, and all aspects of real estate including acquisition, development, zoning, management, leasing, and disposition of commercial, residential, industrial and retail properties.

During his time at Syracuse University College of Law Brian worked in the New York State Science & Technology Law Center where he counseled universities, established companies, and start-up ventures in the commercial development of early-stage technologies.

Prior to attending law school Brian worked in public accounting where he was engaged by both public and private companies for financial statement audit, review, and preparation. Additionally he assisted clients in formulating accounting strategies to implement accounting systems, maintain regulatory compliance, and increase profitability. 

Brian is active in the community and serves as an officer of Via of the Lehigh Valley, a charitable organization that provides services and opportunities to children and adults with disabilities including autism, cerebral palsy and down syndrome

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