Joanne Murray, a partner of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn and chair of the firm’s business and finance practice group, will be a panelist at the April 11th Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce panel discussion “Planning for Each Stage of Your Career & Business” sponsored by the Women in Business Committee. The program focuses on establishing, growing, and planning an exit strategy for your business or career. Other speakers include Glenda Childs, The Doylestown Bookshop; Lisa Fry, Core Financial Outsourcing, Inc. Barbara Marte, 2 Be Enterprises, LLC, is moderator. The program runs from 8:30 – 10:00 a.m. at the Chamber headquarters in Bailiwick, Doylestown.
Ms. Murray counsels business owners as they face the financial, legal and operational challenges that are an inevitable part of the life cycle of a business.
The program discussed the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and the law’s effect on family law practice, including practical tips for tax season.
Fineman is part of the Firm’s Family Law Practice group. She handles all phases of the negotiation and litigation of domestic relations cases, including divorce, child custody and support, alimony/spousal support, equitable distribution, and prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Serving the Philadelphia surrounding communities, Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP is a full-service law firm that offers sophisticated, proactive, timely and cost-effective legal advice. The Firm’s attorneys are both counselors and advocates. As counselors, Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP lawyers educate clients, including high net worth individuals, small to mid-sized, privately-held companies, nonprofits and health care organizations, on the law and possible legal implications of their actions. As advocates, they aggressively represent their clients’ causes. With its broad range of practice areas in Business & Finance, Family Law, Tax & Estates, Real Estate & Land Use, Litigation, Labor & Employment, and Personal Injury, Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP has the depth of resources and knowledge to satisfy its clients’ evolving needs for legal advice and representation and help them reach their ultimate goals.
Antheil Maslow and MacMinn partners William MacMinn and Thomas Donnelly will present a seminar on piercing the corporate veil in Pennsylvania to the civil litigation section of the Bucks County Bar Association on Wednesday February 14, 2018 at 8:30 a.m. at the Bucks County Bar Association. The seminar will focus on recent decisions relating to traditional common law piercing of the corporate veil and individual liability in a corporate setting as well as AMM’s experience with developing case law identifying a shift in fiduciary obligations of corporate officers and directors upon insolvency, voidable transfers and de facto mergers.
Attorneys MacMinn and Donnelly are both Partners in the firm’s litigation practice group, handling all phases of matters concerning business and commercial disputes, fraud, contracts, business torts, employment agreements, breach of fiduciary duty, real estate and insurer bad faith.
Jamie M. Jamison, Esquire of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn in Doylestown, PA served as a faculty member for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Continuing Legal Education program entitled “Case Law Updates” at the Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section Winter Meeting in New Orleans, LA on January 14, 2018. The program provided family law practitioners with updates on the recent case law developments in equitable distribution, custody, and support matters. The panel discussed the impact of the recent decisions on daily family law practice. Ms. Jamison authored and presented the materials on the equitable distribution case law updates.
Ms. Jamison is an associate in the firm’s family law practice group. Ms. Jamison practices exclusively in the area of family law where she handles all phases of the negotiation and litigation of domestic relations cases, including divorce, equitable distribution, child custody, child support, spousal support/alimony, protection from abuse, and prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Ms. Jamison received her Bachelor of Arts cum laude from Villanova University and her Juris Doctor from Villanova University School of Law.
Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP is pleased to announce that Partner Jessica Pritchard has begun her term as President of the Bucks County Bar Association. The Bucks County Bar Association, one of the oldest and most active bar associations in the United States, has over 800 members and is dedicated to providing support and fellowship for the advancement of the legal profession. Ms. Pritchard has been an active member of the Association and has served in a variety of leadership roles, including as Board Secretary, Board member, and as chair of the Family Law Section.
Jessica Pritchard chairs AMM’s family law department. Her practice focuses exclusively in the area of family law, where she handles all phases of the negotiation and litigation of domestic relations cases, including divorce, child custody, child support, alimony/spousal support, equitable distribution, and prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
On December 22nd, President Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which will take effect on January 1st. This legislation will have far reaching implications for both individual and corporate taxpayers. The attached analysis and charts provide an overview of some of the key changes made by the new Act, along with some planning considerations between now and year-end.
Susan Maslow, a founding partner of the law firm of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP, was presented with the Harriet M. Mims Award by the Women Lawyers Division of the Bucks County Bar Association at the association’s annual dinner earlier this month. The award is named after Harriet Mims, the first female judge in Bucks County and one of the first women to be admitted to the Bucks County Bar. The award is presented annually to a female attorney who exhibits the characteristics of strength, leadership and integrity who also has served as a mentor to young lawyers. Nominations are made by members of the association with a panel making the final selection of the recipient.
In addition to her career as a preeminent business attorney, Ms. Maslow is an active member of the charitable community, serving since 2009 on the Board of Directors of Big Brothers Big Sisters Bucks County. She also currently serves on committees for the Pearl S. Buck Foundation and the Bucks County Women's Advocacy Coalition, as well as the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce. She provides pro bono legal services through the Pennsylvania Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.
Jessica Pritchard, a Partner with Antheil Maslow & MacMinn will participate as a panelist in Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Continuing Legal Education program entitled “Family Law 101” on December 11th in Philadelphia. The program is designed for lawyers who are new to the practice or stepping into the family law field, and provides an overview of the challenges faced, tools needed and other valuable insights and resources for new practitioners.
Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP is proud to announce that Partner Joanne Murray was honored by the Bucks County Herald and the Bucks County Bar Association in their “Lawyers Among Us” partnership which recognizes county attorneys who go above and beyond in their commitment to their communities, their profession and society. Murray was recognized for demonstrating extraordinary leadership in the advancement of women.
Joanne Murray practices in the firm’s Business and Finance group, focusing on helping small business owners achieve their goals. From inception to business maturity, Joanne serves as an experienced and insightful counselor to business owners as they face the financial, legal and operational challenges that are an inevitable part of the life cycle of a business.
Jamie M. Jamison, Esquire, of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, and Kelley M. Fazzini, Esquire, of Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller, are co-chairing the 10th Annual Toby L. Dickman Seminar entitled “The Intersection Between Mental Health and Family Law”. The Seminar is sponsored by the Montgomery Bar Association and will take place on December 8, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in Courtroom A of the Montgomery County Courthouse.
The Seminar will provide a thorough overview of the mental health issues affecting the practice of family law with in depth discussions regarding mental health disorders and addiction disorders of litigants and children arising in custody, support, equitable distribution and protection from abuse matters. The perspectives of judges, masters, mental health professionals, education professionals and experienced family law practitioners will be presented.
The Seminar is approved for 3.5 substantive CLE credits and registration information is available at https://www.montgomerybar.org/events/cle-seminars.php. Breakfast will be provided courtesy of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP, Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller and High Swartz.