General services firm Kelley & Murphy opened a new office on May 1 in Harrisburg, Pa., mainly to handle its representation of behavioral health providers.
Name partner Joseph T. Kelley Jr. said the Pennsylvania capital was an important place for the firm to be because the behavioral health practice is closely tied with administrative and regulatory law coming from the state departments of Public Welfare, Health and Education.
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