Philadelphia and New York -- Law firm Duane Morris announced that it has named partners Chester Lee in New York and George Kroculick in Philadelphia as co-chairs of its firmwide Real Estate Practice Group.
Lee and Kroculick succeed partner Marc Brookman in heading the practice.
Lee and Kroculick will take over a national practice involving more than 90 lawyers with broad experience in real estate and development matters.
Kroculick practices in the area of real estate law with a focus on eminent domain — including just compensation, right to take, relocation assistance and highway access management, as well as land use and land use litigation — and real estate tax relief matters.
Lee practices in the area of real estate law, providing strategic and legal advice for all types of commercial real estate transactions.