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300 Conshohocken State Road
Suite 570
West Conshohocken, PA 19428

Overview

Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s Philadelphia office, which opened in 2007, as a nationally prominent federal tax boutique specializing in domestic and international tax planning, tax controversy and tax litigation, has expanded its capabilities to include state and local tax planning, controversy and litigation matters.

FEDERAL TAX

Our clients range from the largest domestic and foreign multinational corporations to every other conceivable form of business entity, estates, trusts, individuals and nonprofit organizations.  Our tax planning lawyers represent clients in cross-border financial transactions, international structuring, global tax minimization, including transfer pricing and contract manufacturing arrangements, foreign tax credit management and planning, section 199 deductions, accounting method issues, including inventory methods and  capitalization issues, and advising on the application of FIN 48 to domestic and international tax issues.

Our Federal tax controversy and tax litigation practice also services some of the nation’s largest public and privately-held companies, for whom we have successfully handled nationally prominent litigation matters against the IRS and Department of Justice and resolved numerous other tax controversies at the administrative audit level or with IRS appeals.  As with our tax planning practice, we also help smaller companies, estates, trusts and individuals successfully navigate through the IRS administrative, appeal process and, where necessary, the litigative process. 

STATE AND LOCAL TAX

Our State and Local tax practice services clients at all stages of the audit and appeal process, from the initial notice to the client that it was selected for audit by the state or local taxing authorities throughout the administrative and judicial process, including trial and appeals to the appellate courts.  For all of such matters, our lawyers in Philadelphia can draw upon firm-wide resources and expertise, providing them the ability to deliver the highest caliber range of services.

LITIGATION PRACTICE

Our Litigation Group includes individuals who are accomplished trial lawyers, licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and who are called upon to litigate in many jurisdictions nationwide on behalf of public and privately-held companies as well as small businesses and individuals.  Our litigators are experienced in a number of specialties, including commercial litigation, aviation and product liability, ERISA, labor and employment, hospitality, insurance and professional liability.  We represent clients at all stages from early evaluation, dispute resolution, trial and appeals. 

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Visitor Information

Visitor Information

AREA LODGING

Philadelphia Marriott West
111 Crawford Avenue
West Conshohocken, PA, 19428
Phone: 610-941-5600
Fax:  1-610-941-4425

Residence Inn Philadelphia Conshohocken
191 Washington Street
Conshohocken, PA, 19428
Phone: 610-828-8800
Fax:  1-610-828-0054

Radisson Hotel Valley Forge
1160 First Avenue , King of Prussia PA 19406
Phone: 610-337-2000
Fax: 610-768-0183

Doubletree Guest Suites Plymouth Meeting
640 W. Germantown Pike
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
Phone: 610-834-8300
Fax: 610-879-4242

AREA DINING

* = Concierge Favorite

The Boat House
113 Fayette Street in Conshohocken
610-828-2628
A popular lunchtime and afterwork spot which specializes in crab cakes and other sea fare. 

Conshohocken Rib House
600 East Hector Street in Conshohocken
610-834-9400
Roll up your sleeves and leave the tie in the car at this messy but good rib house. Ribs, chicken and barbecue a specialty.

Coyote Crossing
800 Spring Mill Avenue in Conshohocken
610-825-3000
Authentic southwestern fare. Festive and fun during warmer months due to a large outdoor patio. Very popular at Happy Hour!

Cunningham’s Court
31 Front Street in West Conshohocken
610-834-8085
Popular local hang out. Know for it’s burgers and beers. Smoky but fun, especially at Happy Hour.

Fayette Street Grill
308 Fayette Street in Conshohocken
610-567-0366
Creative new American. BYOB. No reservations.

Gateway Café II
555 Flinthill Road in Swedeland
610-930-7555
A favorite hideaway that’s only an eight minute drive away! Open for breakfast and lunch. Delicious sandwiches, burgers and salads.

Great American Pub
123 Fayette Street in Conshohocken
610-940-0540
Conshy’s version of “Cheers” with it’s brassy, turn-of-the-century look.  Basic but good fare. Awesome burgers.

General Lafayette Inn & Brewery
646 Germantown Pike in Lafayette Hill
610-941-0600
Hearty American fare that’s served in an authentic and historic property. Hand-crafted beers are created on premesis.

* The Gypsy Saloon
128 Ford Street in West Conshohocken
610-828-8494
Opened in April, 2004, the saloon features an eclectic mix of lunch and dinner selections such as shrimp ceviche, wok chicken stir fry and slow cooked baby back ribs.

Bergey’s 66 Sports Bar
140 Moorehead Avenue in West Conshohocken
610-260-0054
Fun sports bar (many TV’s) with basic but decent grub. Wings are the house specialty.

* Blackfish, 119 Fayette Street
610-832-2114
Eclectic BYOB. Expensive for lunch and dinner but worth the tariff. The chef is a former Le Bec-Fin Chef d’ Cuisine. Open for lunch and dinner.

Shula’s 347 at The Marriott
111 Crawford Avenue in West Conshohocken
610-941-5600
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Good sandwiches and salads at lunch. Try the pecan-encrusted salmon at dinnertime. A fun bar crowd

* Spring Mill Café
Barren Hill Road in Conshohocken
610-825-8000
Like being at an authentic café in Provence, this special place has been serving French mixed with a global touch of other cuisines for over 20 years. BYOB. 

Stella Blu
101 Ford Street in West Conshohocken
610-825-7060
Tiny café with an eclectic twist. Open for lunch and dinner.

Spamps
111 First Avenue in Conshohocken
An across-the-board menu of American fare (steaks & seafood) plus southern Italian and even sushi. One of Conshohocken’s best bars.

* Stonewell Restaurant
415 West Ridge Pike in Conshohocken
610-828-6221
Conshohocken’s only Japanese restaurant is also its only Korean one as well. Excellent sushi. Hot and satisfying bulgoggi. BYOB.

Totaro’s
729 East Hector Street in Conshohocken
610-828-9341
Very expensive northern Italian restaurant that specializes in pastas and game dishes.

Viggiano’s Italian Restaurant
16 East First Avenue in Conshohocken
610-825-3151
Family-owned southern Italian. Big portions. BYOB but has a local wine merchant on-site to sell bottles to patrons.

Directions

Directions

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DIRECTIONS TO 300 FOUR FALLS
300 Conshohocken State Road (Route 23) 
West Conshohocken, PA

 

FROM PHILADELPHIA AND POINTS EAST:

  • Take Route I-76 West ( Schuylkill Expressway).
  • Follow to Exit 332, Conshohocken.
  • At the end of the ramp, turn right at the light onto Matsonford Road.
  • At the McDonalds, make a right onto Crawford Avenue, followed by a quick left onto Route 23 East.
  • Once on Route 23,turn left at the second light onto Woodmont Road. There are six levels of convenient indoor parking as well as exterior parking.

FROM VALLEY FORGE AND POINTS WEST:

  • Take Route I-76 East ( Schuylkill Expressway)
  • Follow to Exit 331B, Conshohocken
  • At the end of the ramp, turn right at the light onto Matsonford Road.
  • At the McDonalds, make a right onto Crawford Avenue, followed by a quick left onto Route 23 East.
  • Once on Route 23,turn left at the second light onto Woodmont Road. There are six levels of convenient indoor parking as well as exterior parking.

FROM THE PENNSYLVANIA TURNPIKE AND POINTS NORTH:

  • Take Route I-476 South
  • Take the exit for Conshohocken/Valley Forge (Exit 16A) and stay to the right, following the sign for Conshohocken
  • At the end of the ramp, turn right at the light onto Matsonford Road.
  • At the McDonalds, make a right onto Crawford Avenue, followed by a quick left onto Route 23 East.
  • Once on Route 23,turn left at the second light onto Woodmont Road. There are six levels of convenient indoor parking as well as exterior parking

FROM PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND POINTS SOUTH:

  • Take Route I-476 North
  • Take Exit 16A/B marked Conshohocken/Philadelphia
  • Follow the sign for Conshohocken
  • At the end of the ramp, turn right at the light onto Matsonford Road.
  • At the McDonalds, make a right onto Crawford Avenue, followed by a quick left onto Route 23 East.
  • Once on Route 23,turn left at the second light onto Woodmont Road. There are six levels of convenient indoor parking as well as exterior parking.

DRIVING “SHORTCUTS”

FROM VALLEY FORGE AND POINTS WEST:

  • Take Route I-76 East ( Schuylkill Expressway)
  • Take Exit 331B/Conshohocken
  • Follow ramp and turn left onto Matsonford Road
  • Turn at the first right onto Ford Street
  • Turn right onto Elizabeth Street
  • Turn left onto Moorehead Avenue
  • You may proceed through the intersection onto Route 23 East or turn right onto Merion Hill Road, then left at the light onto Route 23 West

Below is another “trick” to avoid traffic when coming from VALLEY FORGE:

  • Take Route I-76 East ( Schuylkill Expressway)
  • Take the Gulph Mills/330 Exit
  • At the bottom of the ramp, continue through the traffic light onto Route 320
  • Turn at the first right onto Balligomingo Road
  • Follow Balligomingo Road until it ends, then turn right onto Route 23 East
  • Turn at the first left onto Barr Harbor Drive
  • 300 Four Falls is the last left on Barr Harbor before the traffic light.