Cristin R. Long – Shareholder, State College

Cristin R. Long – Shareholder, State College 2017-01-03T16:55:35+00:00
Cristin R. Long
Phone: 814-238-4926
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Centre County Bar Association
  • Council Member, PBA Real Property Probate & Trust Law Section
  • Solicitor to Board of Directors, Centre County Association of Realtors
  • Leadership Centre County Class of 2005
  • Past Loaned Executive & Funds Solicitor, United Way Annual Campaign
  • Board Member, Bob Perks Cancer Assistance Fund
  • Board Member, Chamber of Business & Industry of Centre County
  • Member, Centre Region Estate Planning Council
  • CCAR Business Partner Education Series, 2009-2013
  • “Outlook on Central Pennsylvania’s Future,” SCORE Business Symposium, 2009
  • “Title Insurance Update,” Centre County Bar Association, Bench Bar Day, 2009
  • “Business Succession Planning,” Chamber of Business & Industry of Centre County Chamber U, 2008
  • “UCC Modernization Act of 2007 Update,” University Purchasing Office, 2008
  • “Revised Article 9 Update: Pitfalls and Emerging Trends,” Regional Bank Symposium, 2007
  • “UCC Article 2 Update,” NAPM-Mid State Pennsylvania, Inc., 2005
  • Pennsylvania
  • J.D., Villanova University School of Law, 2002
  • B.A., The Pennsylvania State University, Phi Beta Kappa, Golden Key National Honor Society, 1999
  • Certifications/Licenses: Pennsylvania Title Agent

Since joining McQuaide Blasko in 2002, Cristin Long has developed a transactional practice focusing on business transactions and real estate matters. She represents clients in commercial and residential real estate transactions, including acquisitions, financing, leasing, and landlord/tenant relations. A licensed title agent, she handles hundreds of residential real estate settlements and commercial loan closings each year. Her work for Central Pennsylvania clients includes representing regional banking institutions as well as borrowing businesses in commercial lending transactions. She has also provided regular representation to a university housing office on leasing and student housing matters, including representation before the district magistrate in eviction proceedings.

Ms. Long represents regional businesses in various transactional and business law matters, such as business formation, restructuring, acquisitions and buyouts, financing, contract negotiation and governance. For regional municipal clients, her work includes such matters as condemnation actions, financing/lending transactions, bond transactions, real estate and equipment purchases, employment/personnel matters, records retention, governance, and compliance matters. In partnership with her litigation colleagues, Ms. Long has also represented municipal clients in environmental matters involving the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.

Individual clients rely on Ms. Long’s estate planning and estate administration experience. She advises these clients on wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and business succession planning.