Joanne Murray, a partner of the firm, has been elected to the Fellows of the American Bar Foundation. “Joanne represents the best tradition of the Bar; she is deeply committed to serving her clients, and her level of service to professional and charitable organizations in the community is truly impressive. She is certainly deserving of this honor, and we are very pleased to celebrate the recognition of her accomplishments,” said Bill MacMinn, Managing Partner of Antheil Maslow and MacMinn. Murray was recognized by her peers for this prestigious honor because of her dedication to the law and significant contribution to the profession. She is actively involved in the Bucks County community, as the President-Elect of the Bucks County Bar Association, Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the Bucks County Children’s Museum, Secretary of the Bucks County Symphony Foundation and as a Trustee of the Bucks County Bar Foundation. The Fellows of the American Bar Foundation is an honorary organization of lawyers, judges, and legal scholars whose public and private careers demonstrate outstanding dedication to their communities and to the highest principles of the legal profession.
Joanne concentrates her practice in the areas of business law, business transactions, contracts, banking and finance. She is an honors graduate of St. Joseph's University and Temple University School of Law. In addition to being a member of the Bucks County Bar Association, Murray belongs to the American, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Bar Associations.
Our Annual Client Appreciation BBQ last Sunday was a great time for all! We couldn't have asked for better weather, and we thank all who took the time to join us for lunch. It's always nice to have a chance to show our appreciation to our clients and friends and to catch up and visit in a relaxed, social setting. We hope to see you all next year!
Susan Maslow has been named Attorney of the Year in the 2014 Power Players Awards sponsored by Philadelphia SmartCEO Magazine. The Power Players Awards honor professionals who embody leadership, accomplishment, innovation and success in their fields. This year’s finalists are profiled in the September/October issue of SmartCEO magazine and the winners were named at an awards ceremony in Philadelphia on September 11th. Awards were presented to accountants, attorneys and bankers that have made an outstanding impact on their clients’ businesses.
Partner Thomas Donnelly joined his longtime client Robert Spurrier and the employees of Harwood Design, Inc. in welcoming Congressman Michael Fitzpatrick (8th) on June 22, 2014 to the Company's medical device manufacturing facility in Bristol, Pennsylvania. Congressman Fitzpatrick sought feedback from both management and employees concerning the many challenges facing middle class America such as job creation and retention, tax policy and work force training in the new age of manufacturing.
You are invited to join us:
Sunday, September 14th, 2014: 12:30 – 3:00
at our Doylestown Office, 131 West State Street.
We hope you’ll join us for some great food and refreshments and enjoy a fun afternoon in the heart of Doylestown! This event includes a BBQ lunch and a front row seat to the Doylestown Arts Festival and Bike Race. All of our clients and friends are welcome
Susan Maslow, a partner of the firm, has been named as a 2014 Power Players Awards finalist in the Attorney of the Year category by Philadelphia SmartCEO Magazine. With the Power Players Awards, SmartCEO recognizes the impact players that any CEO can count on to help them grow their business. This year’s finalists will be profiled in the September/October issue of SmartCEO magazine and celebrated at an awards ceremony in Philadelphia on September 11th. Awards will be presented to accountants, attorneys and bankers that have made an outstanding impact on their clients’ businesses.
Joanne Murray was a panelist at a Philadelphia Bar Association Small Business Committee/Pennsylvania Bar Institute program entitled “The Rise & Fall of Small Empires: Legal & Ethical issues Surrounding Closely-held Companies at Times of Formation & Distress”. Ms. Murray’s portion of the program focused on drafting owners’ agreements to minimize fallout in the event of founder disputes or break-ups.
Joanne Murray concentrates her practice in the areas of business law, business transactions, contracts, banking and finance. She is the Vice President (President-Elect) of the Bucks County Bar Association and is co-founder and past chair of its Business Law Section. Murray is also a member of the American Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar Association, and Philadelphia Bar Association.
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We are proud to sponsor the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County Bowl for Kids Sake Fundraising events happening throughout the county. This is Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County’s premier fundraising event, where people get together with friends, family, and co-workers and have a fun time bowling in support of our mentoring programs in our community. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County works to help broaden children’s perspectives and help them learn how to make good choices.
We want to encourage others to join the effort, whether you start a team, become a corporate sponsor or make a donation, its a great organization and a great feeling to help local youth on the path to fulfilling their potential and succeeding in school and life.
Joanne Murray, a partner of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn was elected Vice President/President-Elect of the Bucks County Bar Association at their Annual Meeting on December 5th. The Bar Association is dedicated to providing its members, potential members and all persons and organizations connected with the law, support and fellowship for the advancement of the legal profession. The association strives to accomplish these goals through numerous active committees, sections and divisions and community programs as well as many continuing legal education opportunities.