January 1, 2012
Attorney Jeremy M. Tucker, 37, has been named a principal at Lerch, Early & Brewer in Bethesda, Maryland. Jeremy represents community associations and condominiums in a wide range of matters, including general counsel and litigation. Managers and board members at condos, co-ops and homeowners associations turn to him for counsel on issues like governing document interpretation, enforcement and contract negotiations. Jeremy is admitted to practice in Maryland and the District of Columbia.
After receiving his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Jeremy earned his Juris Doctor from Cleveland’s Case Western Reserve University School of Law . He joined Lerch Early in 2005. Jeremy serves on the board of the Washington Metropolitan Chapter Community Associations Institute, and is a two time recipient of the chapter's Public Advocate of the Year award (2009 & 2011) and the recipient of the 2010 Rising Star and the President's Award.
Art Lafionatis, Lerch Early's chairman of the board says, " We are pleased that Jeremy has become a principal. His legislative committee work means he’s up-to-the-minute on the nuances of community association law. Jeremy then translates this into practical recommendations to his clients, and he is always looking out for their best interests. He’s a key player in his group and in the firm."
Adds Jason Fisher, co-chair of the firm's Community Associations group, "We have had the pleasure of working with Jeremy for the last seven years, watching him develop into a leader within the community association industry and into a fine community association lawyer. His strong work ethic and leadership skills make him a great asset."
Lerch, Early & Brewer, Chtd. is a full-service law firm that has helped businesses and individuals solve legal problems since 1950, providing "ideas that work." The Bethesda-based firm has a diverse group of practice areas, serving businesses, individuals and non-profit organizations throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.