Sue Maslow and Tim White of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP will be presenters at the National Business Institute's Seminar entitled "How to Keep Tax-Exempt Organizations in Compliance" on November 13th in Allentown, PA. This seminar offers invaluable insights into compliance with the complex rules governing tax-exempt organizations. For anyone involved in non-profit work, you should know that even inadvertently breaking the rules can jeopardize tax-exempt status. This seminar will provide the information you need to stay current on the latest regulations, study the impact of Sarbanes-Oxley on tax-exempt organizations, avoid intermediate sanctions and ensure accounting practices are up to par. The program will supply answers to questions about tax-exempt compliance and operational issues. Here are some of the topics covered:
If you work for a tax-exempt organization, you may want to sign up for this valuable seminar. You can register by visiting www.nbi-sems.com or call 800-930-6182.
AMM Partner Tom Donnelly participated in the MS 150 City to Shore bike tour September 29 and 30, 2012. As a member of team VCI Mobility, Tom helped raise over twelve thousand dollars for the National MS Society. The event raised more than 5 million dollars and was attended by nearly eight thousand riders. To learn more about this great event, or to contribute to help those with Multiple Sclerosis, click here
We are so grateful to all who took the time to help us celebrate our 20th Anniversary by attending our Barbecue. It was a picture perfect day, and we really enjoyed catching up with our friends and watching the bike race from our "front yard". We had a great turn out for our event, and we hope our guests enjoyed it as much as we did. Thanks to all who attended, and if you weren't able to join us, we hope you'll keep us in mind for next year.
We are very proud to announce the addition of Thomas P. Donnelly as a Partner of the firm. Tom joins the firm's Litigation, Business & Finance and Employment Practice Groups. His practice focuses primarily on commercial litigation and transactions. Throughout his career, he has undertaken the representation of both individual and corporate clients in subject matters concerning fraud, contracts, employment agreements, breach of fiduciary duty, securities violations, real estate and insurer bad faith.
Tom’s clients include individuals and businesses local to the Philadelphia area, as well as national corporations. In commercial transactions, Tom is experienced in businesses purchases, financing, asset and stock sales, real estate and employment issues. Restrictive covenants attendant to business and employment agreements are a focal point of Tom’s practice. Tom has also been appointed a corporate receiver in the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas.
Tom is an active member of the Bucks County Public Service Community. In this regard, Tom has been appointed a lifetime member of the Board of Directors for the United Way of Bucks County. In addition, he is past President of the Bucks County Bar Association, past President of the Young Lawyers Division, and a member of the Board of Directors.
Tom Donnelly has deep roots in our community, and he is a well-respected member of the Bar, he is a perfect complement to our team.
Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP is proud to support the 12th Annual Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce Bucks Fever FilmFest. This is a wonderful local celebration of emerging filmmakers, so if you are a film buff, please come to Doylestown to participate in an evening of stimulating discussion, networking and the screening of the winning films.
On Sunday, October 14th, 2012 there will be three exciting events in Doylestown which are open to the public:
Filmakers Seminar / Panel Discussion - 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Oscar Martin Room, Moose Lodge - 127 E. State St., Doylestown, PA
VIP Wine & Cheese (VIP ticket required) 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. - County Theater, Doylestown, PA
FilmFest Screening of Winning Films - 7:00 - p.m. - County Theater, 20 E. State Street, Doylestown, PA
For more infomation: 2012 CBCC Bucks Fever FilmFest
The Bucks Fever FilmFest is an annual, juried festival. Winning short films submitted by high school, college and emerging filmmakers are screened at the County Theater in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
For an overview of this event and a look at some clips from winning features of the past few years, click here
Antheil Maslow & MacMinn attorney Michael Klimpl has been appointed County Solicitor for Bucks County. He has served as Acting Solicitor since the announced retirement of County Solicitor Glenn D. Hains on January 3rd. Michael has served as Assistant Solicitor for the County since 1984 and will now head Bucks' legal team of five government lawyers.
The Bucks County Solicitor’s Office serves as general counsel for the County of Bucks and represents the Commissioners and all divisions and departments under the direction of the Commissioners. The Solicitor’s Office defends lawsuits against the County, and initiates lawsuits brought by the County. These include civil rights litigation and suits involving construction matters.
Solicitors prepare, review and/or supervise contractual obligations within the County. They handle state and federal compliance issues relating to the County, human resource/employee issues, real estate transactions from agreement through settlement, ADA observance and general employment law. The Solicitors advise on open space and agriculture preservation programs by evaluating properties, determining the scope and extent of easements, and reviewing appraisals.
The Office also coordinates and supervises all outside counsel and the activities of individual department solicitors.
John D. Trainer, Of Counsel for the Firm, has again been tapped to teach a five-week seminar on Estate Planning & Administration at Delaware Valley College’s Center for Learning in Retirement (“CLR”), beginning March 22, 2012 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Trainer’s annual class provides presentations and discussions focusing on what criteria are considered necessary to prepare estate documents, in order to minimize federal and state death taxes. Also covered are: recent repeal of the Federal Estate Tax and how this will impact estate planning; powers of attorney; the benefits of living wills; and processes involved in the administration of a decedent’s estate. Timothy M. White, Esquire and Paralegal Sheila Kyle, also of Antheil Maslow and MacMinn, LLP, will instruct during the course.
Trainer, Of Counsel for Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP, concentrates his practice in estate planning, estate administration, and elder law, and is a member and past president of the Bucks County Bar Association, a former member of the Disciplinary Board and Pennsylvania Bar Association House of Delegates, and serves on the Bucks County Estate Planning Committee. He received a Bachelor of Arts from Bucknell University, and his Law Degree from Villanova Law School.
Tim White, a member of the Bucks County, American and Pennsylvania Bar Associations, an Associate with Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP will teach one session dealing with Pennsylvania Inhertance Tax and Federal Estate Taxes. Tim specializing in the areas of taxation, estate planning and administration, estate and trust litigation, family wealth preservation, business succession planning. He received a Bachelor of Arts from Michigan State University, and his Law Degree and LL.M. Taxation from Temple University School of Law.
Celebrating 20 years in business, Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP is a full-service law firm with practice areas in Business & Finance; Death & Serious Injury; Estates & Trusts; Health Care; Labor & Employment; Litigation; Nonprofits; Real Estate & Land Use; and Tax. The Firm works with high net worth individuals, small to mid-sized, privately-held companies, nonprofits and heath care organizations in the Greater Philadelphia and New Jersey areas. Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP is headquartered in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
We are celebrating our 20th Anniversary year! It has been our great privilege to provide high quality legal services to clients over a broad spectrum of practice areas. Founded on March 1, 1992, the Firm has been active in the Central Bucks County community by sponsoring charitable activities and other programs. The Firm's attorneys serve on the boards of several local nonprofits and participate in a number of local organizations. AMM has grown along with the community, and our practice has broadened over the years with the addition of a highly skilled, experienced and knowledgeable professional staff.
Please take a moment to view our 20th Anniversary video in celebration of this important Milestone.
AMM are proud sponsors of 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.