Linay Haubert R.N., Esq.


Linay Haubert R.N., Esq. focuses her practice on workers’ compensation, Social Security Disability, and family law matters.

Linay social security disability practice focuses on matters spanning SSD applications, appeals before administrative law judges, and over payment issues.

As your SSD lawyer and advocate, Linay will:

Review the strengths and weaknesses of your SSD case
Explain your medical records
Review what is needed from you doctor in terms of documentation and care
Determine the viability of your SSD claim

As a workers’ comp lawyer, she represents employers in work injury matters at the trial and appellate level in Bucks County, Montgomery County, and the Philadelphia region. Her family law experience ranges from domestic issues involving divorce, support, custody, marital agreements, and protections from abuse.

With over 15 years of experience as a registered nurse, Linay brings a unique perspective that is especially beneficial in handling medically complex social security disability cases. Ms. Haubert has worked in busy urban medical/surgical intensive care units. She cared for patients with a wide array of medical conditions, including pre and post-liver transplant, traumatic brain injuries, acute/chronic renal failure, kidney dialysis, sepsis, ventilator management, etc. Frequently functioned in charge nurse and preceptor roles.

Linay joined the High Swartz LLP in 2016 during the firm’s merger with McNamara, Bolla & Panzer. She had practiced at MBP since 2007.

Linay’s talents and skills are as applicable in the community as at the law firm. She is an active volunteer for the PTA and youth sports programs. She helps in several fundraising causes, including Shriners Hospital for Children, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, and the Wounded Warrior Project®.

Linay is also engaged in the Discovery Service Project’s mission work to build community centers for childcare and job training in South America.

On top of being an attorney, Linay is also a registered nurse. She graduated from Bucks County Community College with her two-year RN and from LaSalle University with her BSN. Those experiences help her better understand her clients’ needs.
Linay put her nursing skills to the test working in the Albert Einstein Medical Center ICU in Philadelphia.
In 2018, the Haubert’s bought Treasure Island, a former Boy Scouts Camp situated on an island along the Delaware River adjacent to Bucks County. They converted it into a family camp, and the Cradle of Liberty Council of Boy Scouts of America is welcomed back yearly to camp for free.

Linay Haubert R.N., Esq.


For over a decade, Brennan Law offices have been helping those injured by the negligence of others in Pennsylvania. Our lawyers handle all areas of workers compensation, personal injury, and vehicular accidents. We have also developed a reputation for excellence in handling business, animal law, expungements, and other litigation.

Our firm was founded in 2012 by nationally rated attorney Timothy Patrick Brennan Esq.

We put this expertise, experience, and reputation for getting results to work for you.

Linay Haubert R.N., Esq.


Tim has been licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania since 2014. Tim has extensive experience in criminal defense, civil litigation, personal injury, and workers’ compensation matters. Tim attended law school at Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, DE where he graduated with honors and finished in the top twenty percent of his class while earning Dean’s List Honors and Certificates of Achievement in several subjects.

Tim grew up in West Chester attending SS. Simon & Jude and then Bishop Shanahan High School in Downingtown. Tim attended Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan where he graduated summa cum laude while earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Flight Science. Tim holds multiple pilot certificates including a commercial pilot certificate and certified flight instructor privileges.

After Tim earned his bachelor’s degree, Tim felt a desire and an ability to do more for people. Tim enrolled in law school the following year. Tim began his legal career as an unpaid student intern at a small law office in West Chester. Through hard work and determination, Tim earned a position as an Associate Attorney. There, Tim learned to advocate on behalf of those injured in accidents, as well as those facing criminal prosecution.

After several years of hard work at that firm, Tim decided to use his experience and joined a large firm specializing in insurance defense in Allentown. Tim quickly discovered that the drive he had for law and his desire to help people were not being fulfilled when the clients were large insurance carriers. Tim decided to take that experience back to the “other side” and uses it to his advantage and to the advantage of those injured in accidents. Tim has appeared in almost every district and county court in the region and worked on behalf of hundreds of clients facing a variety of legal hurdles.

Tim currently resides in Northampton. He is an avid fan of both the Philadelphia Phillies and the Philadelphia Eagles. He has a background in music, having played concert piano since 4th grade. He also has a passion for animals and is the proud father of two adopted pets: a dog named Nox and a three-legged cat named Jaco.

Linay Haubert R.N., Esq.


Tim Brennan was raised in the coal region working in his family’s well-known mom and pop restaurant. He began his legal career in the Lehigh Valley as a Bethlehem and Northampton County Solicitor. He currently lives in Doylestown and, in addition to his legal work, serves as a member of the Doylestown Borough Council.

Mr. Brennan graduated from Ursinus College in 2000, receiving his Bachelor of Arts with a double major in English and Politics and a double minor in International Relations and American Studies. During this period he served two United States Congressional Internships with Congressman Joe Hoeffel and Congressman Tim Holden.

Mr. Brennan also graduated from Widener University School of Law in 2003, where he was a leadership scholar, served as a senior member of the Law Review, and graduated cum laude. He received the 2003 Widener Law Journal Outstanding Student Article Award for his article on Pennsylvania’s redistricting. He also studied at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, and Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic.

Mr. Brennan previously served as an attorney for a large defense firm and for the Governor’s Office of General Counsel. He was appointed Assistant Solicitor for the City of Bethlehem in 2005 by Mayor John B. Callahan, where he also represented the Police and Fire Pension Funds. In 2008 he was appointed as Solicitor for Northampton County Controller Stephen J. Barron. In 2018 he was appointed Assistant Solicitor by Northampton County Executive Lamont McClure.

Mr. Brennan has been published in the fields of equine law and redistricting law has argued several times before Commonwealth Court, and has lectured on various topics at the Dickinson School of Law and for the Pennsylvania Bar Association. He has appeared on numerous local and national television and radio shows.

Mr. Brennan volunteers for or has founded a number of charitable, legal, political, religious, and community organizations and has served as an Adjunct Professor for Northampton Community College. He is a member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bars.


Activities, awards & publications

Experienced in business and contract law, property and real estate law, tort and personal injury law, worker’s compensation, debtor/creditor law, municipal law, equine law, election law, civil rights law, administrative law, eminent domain, and other fields.

Professional Services and Awards

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association Civility in the Profession Committee, Member 2020-2021
  • Workers’ Compensation Law Certified Specialist, Pennsylvania Bar Association 2019-2021
  • National Association of Distinguished Counsel, Nation’s Top One Percent 2015-2021
  • Doylestown Borough Council, Member 2015-2021
  • Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, Rising Star, Super Lawyer 2012-2021
  • Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Hearing Panel Member 2012-2020


Legal Publications

  • 2nd Annual Equine Law, Pennsylvania Bar Institute 2010
  • 1st Annual Equine Law, Pennsylvania Bar Institute 2009
  • 4th Annual Animal Law Seminar, Equine Law Primer, Pennsylvania Bar Institute 2007
  • Cleaning Out the Augean Stables: Pennsylvania’s Most Recent Redistricting 2003


Speaking Engagements

  • Third Annual Municipal Law Colloquium, Northampton Bar Association 2021
  • Athletes & Agents Conference, 2012 National Bowl Game, Panelist 2012
  • Pennsylvania Bar Institute, 2nd Annual Equine Law 2010
  • BBC World News, 2010 United States General Election Coverage 2010
  • Pennsylvania Bar Institute, 1st Annual Equine Law 2009
  • Why Don’t Americans Care? Business Matters, WFMZ Channel 69 2009
  • Pennsylvania Bar Institute, 4th Annual Animal Law Seminar (with Governor Rendell) 2007
  • Dickinson School of Law, Equine Law, Guest Speaker 2007
  • Nativity B.V.M. High School, Terrorism and the Constitution, Guest Speaker 2003



  • National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, President’s Circle
  • Bradbury Sullivan LGBT Center, Pro Bono Counsel
  • Friends of the Bethlehem Mounted Police, Pro Bono Counsel
  • Friends of St. Kieran’s, Pro Bono Counsel
  • Pennsylvania Bar Institute, 4th Annual Animal Law Seminar (with Governor Edward G. Rendell)
  • American College of Equine Attorneys, Member
  • Equestrian Aid Foundation, Volunteer
  • Winter Equestrian Festival, Wellington, Florida, Attendant
  • Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Member
  • Thoreau Sauntering Society, Member
  • Saint Clair Fish and Game, Member
  • Ancient Order of Hibernians, Member
  • Project Children Charity Album, Originator
  • Finnegan’s Wake, Heckshersville Irish Festival, Actor
  • Northampton County Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, Member
  • Allentown Saint Patrick’s Day Parade Committee, AOH Division Director
  • American Mock Trial Association, Lafayette College, Mock Judge
  • Philadelphia Opera Company, Member
  • Widener International Law Society, President
  • Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity, International, Member Widener Saint Thomas More Club, Member
  • Ursinus College Football, Centennial Conference Champions and National Playoffs
  • Schuylkill County Women in Crisis, Volunteer