Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh

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One PPG Place
Suite 3010
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: (412) 209-2500
Fax: (412) 209-2570

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Located in downtown Pittsburgh, attorneys in the firm’s Pittsburgh office provide legal services to businesses, nonprofit entities and public institutions, including general corporate counseling and commercial litigation. The attorneys also provide legal counsel in matters concerning corporate finance; mergers and acquisitions; labor and ERISA law; intellectual property; environmental and energies law; construction; tax and securities matters.

Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr opened its Pittsburgh office in May 2012.

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Directions

From the North

Take I-79 to Exit 72 (Pittsburgh exit) which will take you onto I-279 South. Continue on I-279 South, and look for exit signs for the Fort Pitt Bridge/Airport. This will lead you across the Fort Duquesne Bridge to Exit 10 (Fort Duquesne Boulevard). The distance from I-279 South to the Fort Duquesne Bridge is 11 miles. Once on the Bridge, take Exit 1A-Convention Center/Ft. Duquesne Blvd to the left onto Fort Duquesne Boulevard. Turn Right onto Stanwix Street. Turn Left onto Fourth Avenue.

From the Northeast

Head toward PA-28S on East Ohio Street (PA-28). Take the I-579S / I-279S / I-376 / Veterans Bridge/ Fort Pitt Bridge Exit onto I-279S toward I-376W / Ft. Pitt Bridge/ Airport. Take Exit 1A-Convention Center/ Fort Duquesne Blvd to the left onto Fort Duquesne Boulevard. Turn Right onto Stanwix Street. Turn Left onto Fourth Avenue.

From the Northwest

Take Route 65S toward Pittsburgh. Take the I-376E / Downtown Pittsburgh / I-279S / Ft. Pitt Bridge / Airport/ Monroeville Exit onto Fort Duquesne Bridge. Take Exit 1A-Convention Center/ Ft. Duquesne Blvd to the left onto Fort Duquesne Boulevard. Turn Right onto Stanwix Street. Turn Left onto Fourth Avenue.

From the East

From the Pennsylvania Turnpike, take Exit 6, Monroeville. Follow the signs to Pittsburgh taking the I-376 West to the Stanwix Street Exit. Proceed through three traffic lights. After third traffic light, make a right onto Fourth Avenue.

From the South - Option #1

Via Rt 19N and Liberty Bridge/Tunnel: Follow Route 19 North through the Liberty Tunnels. Upon exiting the tunnels, you will now be on the Liberty Bridge. Stay in the right lane and take the Boulevard of the Allies exit. Make a left at the stop sign onto the Boulevard of the Allies and follow to the intersection of Stanwix Street and Boulevard of the Allies. Make a right onto Stanwix Street. Turn right onto Fourth Avenue.

From the South - Option #2

Via I-279N and Fort Pitt Tunnels: Follow I-79 North and take the I-279 Pittsburgh exit (Exit 59A). Follow I-279 North straight for several miles staying in the left lane leading you into the Fort Pitt Tunnels. Upon exiting the tunnels, you will now be on the Fort Pitt Bridge. Follow the sign for the Boulevard of the Allies. When coming down the off ramp, bear right onto the Boulevard of the Allies. You will come to a traffic light. Make a left onto Stanwix Street. Proceed through first traffic light. After traffic light, make a right onto Fourth Avenue.

From the West

Take Route 60 South or Route 22/30 until it merges into I-279 North. Follow I-279 North straight for several miles staying in the left lane leading you into the Fort Pitt Tunnels. Upon exiting the tunnels, you will now be on the Fort Pitt Bridge. The left lane turns into the second-to-the-right lane on the Fort Pitt Bridge. Follow the sign for the Boulevard of the Allies. When coming down the off ramp, bear right onto the Boulevard of the Allies. You will come to a traffic light. Make a left onto Stanwix Street. Proceed through first traffic light. After traffic light, make a right onto Fourth Avenue.

From the Airport

Take 376E Towards Pittsburgh until it merges into I-279 North. Follow I-279 North straight for several miles staying in the left lane leading you into the Fort Pitt Tunnels. Upon exiting the tunnels, you will now be on the Fort Pitt Bridge. When coming down the off ramp, bear right onto the Boulevard of the Allies. You will come to a traffic light. Make a left onto Stanwix Street. Proceed through first traffic light. After traffic light, make a right onto Fourth Avenue.

Parking

To reach the Third Ave. PPG garage entrance, follow Fourth Ave. one block to Wood St., turn right on Wood St., then turn right onto Third Ave. The public entrance to the PPG Garage will be on the left across from the PPG Plaza.

Via Public Transit

Hop on a bus or go underground to any one of the four light rail (‘T’) stations. It will cost you less than you might expect — in some cases, it won’t cost you a thing. PPG Place is just a few steps away from the Gateway “T” stop. Downtown ‘T’ rides within the free fare zone are free all of the time between Gateway Center, Wood Street, Steel Plaza, First Avenue, and the North Side Station. The North Shore connector links downtown to the North Shore, taking “T” riders to PNC Park, Heinz Field, the Science Center, and the Rivers Casino. Rides are free from Downtown to the North Side and Allegheny “T” Stations.

From the North

Take I-79 to Exit 72 (Pittsburgh exit) which will take you onto I-279 South. Continue on I-279 South, and look for exit signs for the Fort Pitt Bridge/Airport. This will lead you across the Fort Duquesne Bridge to Exit 10 (Fort Duquesne Boulevard). The distance from I-279 South to the Fort Duquesne Bridge is 11 miles. Once on the Bridge, take Exit 1A-Convention Center/Ft. Duquesne Blvd to the left onto Fort Duquesne Boulevard. Turn Right onto Stanwix Street. Turn Left onto Fourth Avenue.

From the Northeast

Head toward PA-28S on East Ohio Street (PA-28). Take the I-579S / I-279S / I-376 / Veterans Bridge/ Fort Pitt Bridge Exit onto I-279S toward I-376W / Ft. Pitt Bridge/ Airport. Take Exit 1A-Convention Center/ Fort Duquesne Blvd to the left onto Fort Duquesne Boulevard. Turn Right onto Stanwix Street. Turn Left onto Fourth Avenue.

From the Northwest

Take Route 65S toward Pittsburgh. Take the I-376E / Downtown Pittsburgh / I-279S / Ft. Pitt Bridge / Airport/ Monroeville Exit onto Fort Duquesne Bridge. Take Exit 1A-Convention Center/ Ft. Duquesne Blvd to the left onto Fort Duquesne Boulevard. Turn Right onto Stanwix Street. Turn Left onto Fourth Avenue.

From the East

From the Pennsylvania Turnpike, take Exit 6, Monroeville. Follow the signs to Pittsburgh taking the I-376 West to the Stanwix Street Exit. Proceed through three traffic lights. After third traffic light, make a right onto Fourth Avenue.

From the South - Option #1

Via Rt 19N and Liberty Bridge/Tunnel: Follow Route 19 North through the Liberty Tunnels. Upon exiting the tunnels, you will now be on the Liberty Bridge. Stay in the right lane and take the Boulevard of the Allies exit. Make a left at the stop sign onto the Boulevard of the Allies and follow to the intersection of Stanwix Street and Boulevard of the Allies. Make a right onto Stanwix Street. Turn right onto Fourth Avenue.

From the South - Option #2

Via I-279N and Fort Pitt Tunnels: Follow I-79 North and take the I-279 Pittsburgh exit (Exit 59A). Follow I-279 North straight for several miles staying in the left lane leading you into the Fort Pitt Tunnels. Upon exiting the tunnels, you will now be on the Fort Pitt Bridge. Follow the sign for the Boulevard of the Allies. When coming down the off ramp, bear right onto the Boulevard of the Allies. You will come to a traffic light. Make a left onto Stanwix Street. Proceed through first traffic light. After traffic light, make a right onto Fourth Avenue.

From the West

Take Route 60 South or Route 22/30 until it merges into I-279 North. Follow I-279 North straight for several miles staying in the left lane leading you into the Fort Pitt Tunnels. Upon exiting the tunnels, you will now be on the Fort Pitt Bridge. The left lane turns into the second-to-the-right lane on the Fort Pitt Bridge. Follow the sign for the Boulevard of the Allies. When coming down the off ramp, bear right onto the Boulevard of the Allies. You will come to a traffic light. Make a left onto Stanwix Street. Proceed through first traffic light. After traffic light, make a right onto Fourth Avenue.

From the Airport

Take 376E Towards Pittsburgh until it merges into I-279 North. Follow I-279 North straight for several miles staying in the left lane leading you into the Fort Pitt Tunnels. Upon exiting the tunnels, you will now be on the Fort Pitt Bridge. When coming down the off ramp, bear right onto the Boulevard of the Allies. You will come to a traffic light. Make a left onto Stanwix Street. Proceed through first traffic light. After traffic light, make a right onto Fourth Avenue.

Parking

To reach the Third Ave. PPG garage entrance, follow Fourth Ave. one block to Wood St., turn right on Wood St., then turn right onto Third Ave. The public entrance to the PPG Garage will be on the left across from the PPG Plaza.

Via Public Transit

Hop on a bus or go underground to any one of the four light rail (‘T’) stations. It will cost you less than you might expect — in some cases, it won’t cost you a thing. PPG Place is just a few steps away from the Gateway “T” stop. Downtown ‘T’ rides within the free fare zone are free all of the time between Gateway Center, Wood Street, Steel Plaza, First Avenue, and the North Side Station. The North Shore connector links downtown to the North Shore, taking “T” riders to PNC Park, Heinz Field, the Science Center, and the Rivers Casino. Rides are free from Downtown to the North Side and Allegheny “T” Stations.

Professionals | Media Contacts

Office Manager

William J. Permar
(412) 209-2541
wpermar@saul.com

Office Managing Partner

David R. Berk

Vice Office Managing Partner

Allison L. Feldstein

Located in downtown Pittsburgh, attorneys in the firm’s Pittsburgh office provide legal services to businesses, nonprofit entities and public institutions, including general corporate counseling and commercial litigation. The attorneys also provide legal counsel in matters concerning corporate finance; mergers and acquisitions; labor and ERISA law; intellectual property; environmental and energies law; construction; tax and securities matters.

Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr opened its Pittsburgh office in May 2012.

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Directions

From the North

  • Take I-79 to Exit 72 (Pittsburgh exit) which will take you onto I-279 South.
  • Continue on I-279 South, and look for exit signs for the Fort Pitt Bridge/Airport. This will lead you across the Fort Duquesne Bridge to Exit 10 (Fort Duquesne Boulevard). The distance from I-279 South to the Fort Duquesne Bridge is 11 miles.
  • Once on the Bridge, take Exit 1A-Convention Center/Ft. Duquesne Blvd to the left onto Fort Duquesne Boulevard.
  • Turn Right onto Stanwix Street.
  • Turn Left onto Fourth Avenue.

From the Northeast

  • Head toward PA-28S on East Ohio Street (PA-28).
  • Take the I-579S / I-279S / I-376 / Veterans Bridge/ Fort Pitt Bridge Exit onto I-279S toward I-376W / Ft. Pitt Bridge/ Airport.
  • Take Exit 1A-Convention Center/ Fort Duquesne Blvd to the left onto Fort Duquesne Boulevard.
  • Turn Right onto Stanwix Street.
  • Turn Left onto Fourth Avenue.

From the Northwest

  • Take Route 65S toward Pittsburgh.
  • Take the I-376E / Downtown Pittsburgh / I-279S / Ft. Pitt Bridge / Airport/ Monroeville Exit onto Fort Duquesne Bridge.
  • Take Exit 1A-Convention Center/ Ft. Duquesne Blvd to the left onto Fort Duquesne Boulevard.
  • Turn Right onto Stanwix Street.
  • Turn Left onto Fourth Avenue.

From the South – OPTION #1

Via Rt 19N and Liberty Bridge/Tunnel

  • Follow Route 19 North through the Liberty Tunnels. Upon exiting the tunnels, you will now be on the Liberty Bridge.
  • Stay in the right lane and take the Boulevard of the Allies exit.
  • Make a left at the stop sign onto the Boulevard of the Allies and follow to the intersection of Stanwix Street and Boulevard of the Allies.
  • Make a right onto Stanwix Street.
  • Turn right onto Fourth Avenue.

From the South – OPTION #2

Via I-279N and Fort Pitt Tunnels

  • Follow I-79 North and take the I-279 Pittsburgh exit (Exit 59A).
  • Follow I-279 North straight for several miles staying in the left lane leading you into the Fort Pitt Tunnels. Upon exiting the tunnels, you will now be on the Fort Pitt Bridge.
  • Follow the sign for the Boulevard of the Allies.
  • When coming down the off ramp, bear right onto the Boulevard of the Allies.
  • You will come to a traffic light. Make a left onto Stanwix Street.
  • Proceed through first traffic light. After traffic light, make a right onto Fourth Avenue.

From the East

  • From the Pennsylvania Turnpike, take Exit 6, Monroeville.
  • Follow the signs to Pittsburgh taking the I-376 West to the Stanwix Street Exit.
  • Proceed through three traffic lights. After third traffic light, make a right onto Fourth Avenue.

From the West

  • Take Route 60 South or Route 22/30 until it merges into I-279 North.
  • Follow I-279 North straight for several miles staying in the left lane leading you into the Fort Pitt Tunnels. Upon exiting the tunnels, you will now be on the Fort Pitt Bridge. The left lane turns into the second-to-the-right lane on the Fort Pitt Bridge.
  • Follow the sign for the Boulevard of the Allies.
  • When coming down the off ramp, bear right onto the Boulevard of the Allies. You will come to a traffic light. Make a left onto Stanwix Street.
  • Proceed through first traffic light. After traffic light, make a right onto Fourth Avenue.

From the Airport

  • Take 376E Towards Pittsburgh until it merges into I-279 North.
  • Follow I-279 North straight for several miles staying in the left lane leading you into the Fort Pitt Tunnels. Upon exiting the tunnels, you will now be on the Fort Pitt Bridge.
  • When coming down the off ramp, bear right onto the Boulevard of the Allies. You will come to a traffic light. Make a left onto Stanwix Street.
  • Proceed through first traffic light. After traffic light, make a right onto Fourth Avenue.

Getting Downtown Via Public Transit:

Hop on a bus or go underground to any one of the four light rail (‘T’) stations. It will cost you less than you might expect — in some cases, it won’t cost you a thing. PPG Place is just a few steps away from the Gateway “T” stop.
Downtown ‘T’ rides within the free fare zone are free all of the time between Gateway Center, Wood Street, Steel Plaza, First Avenue, and the North Side Station.
The North Shore connector links downtown to the North Shore, taking “T” riders to PNC Park, Heinz Field, the Science Center, and the Rivers Casino.
Rides are free from Downtown to the North Side and Allegheny “T” Stations.

Parking Garage:

To reach the Third Ave. PPG garage entrance, follow Fourth Ave. one block to Wood St., turn right on Wood St., then turn right onto Third Ave.  The public entrance to the PPG Garage will be on the left across from the PPG Plaza.

Professionals in this office
Susan L. Barrett
Associate
Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2513 Email
David R. Berk
Partner
Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2511 Email
Dasha G. Brockmeyer
Associate
Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2538 Email
Sarah Lockwood Church
Partner
Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2529 Email
Jeremy B. Darling
Associate
Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2508 Email
Matthew S. Draper
Partner
Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2535 Email
John P. Englert
Partner
New York , Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2519 Email
Allison L. Feldstein
Partner
Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2533 Email
Michael J. Joyce
Associate
Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2539 Email
Paul A. Kasicky
Counsel
Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2530 Email
Charles Kelly
Partner
Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2532 Email
Lindsey C. Kennedy
Associate
New York , Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2555 Email
Jeffrey W. Letwin
Counsel
Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2540 Email
John A. Marty
Associate
Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2566 Email
William J. Permar
Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2541 Email
Sunu M. Pillai
Associate
Pittsburgh T: (412) 209-2516 Email