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Our office is currently closed, but we continue to provide legal services by working remotely.

In light of Governor Wolf’s emergency declaration and current recommendations our office is currently closed.  Our attorneys and staff continue to work remotely, however, and we can assure you they are set up to respond to your calls, emails and all communications.  For more details on AMM operations during this time, read our full update.  

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Emma Kline Joins AMM

Antheil Maslow & MacMinn is pleased to welcome Emma M. Kline as an Associate to the Firm, joining AMM’s litigation practice group.

Emma’s practice focuses on litigation, including commercial litigation, personal injury, estate and employment law. She represents clients regarding business disputes such as contract and employment issues, real estate litigation and fraud claims. Emma also represents fiduciaries and beneficiaries in contested estates.

Prior to joining the firm, Emma served as a law clerk for the Family Court of Delaware where she assisted two judges in drafting Orders and in trial and hearing preparations. Prior to her clerkship, Emma was an intern at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Washington, D.C. where she dealt with federal employee appeals on discrimination claims, and researched and drafted memoranda regarding federal employment statutes.

While attending Dickinson School of Law, Emma served as a Certified Legal Intern at the Penn State Law - Family Law Clinic, and volunteered at Grace Cottage, a residential treatment program for adolescents. Emma was a summer intern with a Doylestown firm for two years, and worked to support attorneys in land use, zoning, labor and employment civil litigation and personal injury issues. She served as Research Editor on Dickinson Law School’s Yearbook on Arbitration and Mediation, and was a Constitutional Law Tutor. Emma received the School’s George F. Douglas, Jr. Memorial Award for Highest Grade in Advocacy.