As Obermayer has grown, we have retained our founder’s deep commitment to public service. Throughout our history, we have remained deeply involved in our community’s charitable, cultural and civic organizations, as well as in many professional associations. Our attorneys continue to be involved with a multitude of charitable, cultural and civic associations, such as the National Constitution Center and The Franklin Institute. Some have served as counsel to Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern Pennsylvania, the Boy Scouts of America, the American Cancer Society and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Many have held leadership positions in national, state and local bar associations or have been counsel to the trustees and directors of hospitals and various government bodies. Our goal is to strike an effective balance between professional achievement and community service.