In May 2008, The Legal Intelligencer published a piece in which several law firm leaders expressed interest in growing their practices in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley, hailing it as a potential hot spot for new business.
The area, anchored by Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton, was, at the time, “quietly transforming its image as an economic casualty to that of a promising region for new homes and businesses” largely due to an influx of New Yorkers lured by the relatively low cost of living and easy access to Philadelphia, New York and New Jersey, according to The Legal.
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