Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP is proud to sponsor National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Bucks County, PA's Stride for Mental Health Awareness walk. The walk is Saturday May 18th beginning at 1 pm at Warminster Community Park, 350 E. Bristol Road, Warminster. Funds raised support NAMI Bucks County's education and support program expansions throughout the area. NAMI Bucks County is dedicated to raising awareness and providing support and education to end the stigma that surrounds mental health issues, and promote recovery for individuals living with mental illness. For more information, to donate, sponsor and register, visit www.namibucksstride.org.
Antheil Maslow & MacMinn Co-founding Partner Susan Maslow received the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce Business & Arts Award at the Chamber's 73rd Annual Celebration Luncheon on Friday, April 12th. This is the Chamber's 23rd Business and Arts Award, which is bestowed on a business person or organization that has extended itself in support of the arts in the community. Ms. Maslow is being recognized for her extraordinary commitment and creative dedication to the arts in Bucks County through her efforts on the many Bucks Fever Award premier events and other cultural Chamber endeavors.
Susan Maslow is an experienced general business and transactional attorney, with a long history of service on a variety of local nonprofit boards including Big Brothers Big Sisters Bucks County, Bucks County Women's Advocacy Coalition, and Pearl S. Buck International. She has been active on the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors since 2008, and is the current Vice President of Cinema for the Bucks Fever Arts Program.
Recently, the Bucks County Bar Association (“BCBA”), an organization of attorneys dedicated to promoting and advancing the legal system and justice throughout Bucks County, conducted a plebiscite (peer evaluation) to evaluate ten attorneys who announced their candidacy for three vacancies on the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas, and the four current Judges of the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas who are running for retention.
Election day is Tuesday, May 21st. To assist in your decision making, here is a link to the plebiscite results.
Elizabeth J. Fineman, a Partner with the law firm of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP in Doylestown, Bucks County has been named co-editor-in-chief of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Pennsylvania Family Lawyer magazine. Ms. Fineman shares editor duties with Judy McIntire Springer of Astor Weiss Kaplan & Mandel, LLP in Philadelphia.
Fineman practices exclusively in family law and handles a variety of issues, including divorce, child support, alimony/spousal support, marital taxation, equitable distribution and child custody matters. She has handled many high-income support cases involving an intricate knowledge of both family law and complex financial issues.
The law firm of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP will host a meet the candidate event for Bucks County Court of Common Pleas judicial candidate Denise Bowman at its Doylestown office
Tuesday, April 23rd: 7 – 9 pm
131 West State Street
Bowman, an experienced and respected attorney and community leader is a partner at the firm in its Commercial Litigation Department. She has represented and advocated for numerous businesses, individuals, non-profits and governmental entities throughout Bucks County in a wide variety of civil and commercial disputes. An attorney for 20 years, she has represented clients at both the trial and appellate levels. Ms. Bowman is a highly effective negotiator, and she is a formally trained mediator and experienced arbitrator.
Elaine Yandrisevits, an Associate in Antheil Maslow & MacMinn's Estates & Trusts practice group, will participate as faculty on April 23 & 24 at a National Business Institute continuing education program at the Sheraton University City Hotel in Philadelphia. The program will highlight information crucial to effective adminstration of an estate in Pennsylvania.
This two-day basic level seminar will provide attorneys, accountants, tax professionals Financial Planners, Trust Officers and Paralegals an overview of the latest court and tax rules and the most effective transfer tools to ensure each client's estate is laid to rest according to the decedent's wishes, with minimal tax burden. This comprehensive program will cover all the skills needed to administer estates that include trusts and/or business interests.
Crucial notice and filing requirements when opening the estate
Forms and checklists that will help you in administration.
Understand how income and estate tax deductions interact and find the most advantageous way to structure the tax returns
Learn how to use disclaimers more effectively.
Clarify what must be done when the trust becomes irrevocable.
Practical legal ethics guide focused on trusts and estates practice.
Prevent mistakes in final petition and ensure each estate is closed quickly and without disputes.
To register, visit Estate Administration Boot Camp
Elaine Yandrisevits, an associate in Antheil Maslow & MacMinn’s Estates and Trusts practice group, will participate as faculty on March 28th at a Pennsylvania Bar Institute continuing education program in Philadelphia, with simulcast at various locations. This basic to intermediate level program will teach the essential procedures for closing an Pennsylvania estate including: the advantages and disadvantages of the methods used to close an estate, steps involved in a Formal Court Accounting and Audit, Family Settlement Agreements and Receipts and Releases. To register visit www.pbi.org/meetings
Examine Each Step of a Formal Court Accounting and the Audit Process
Family Settlement Agreements and Receipts and Releases
On January 31st, Employment Law Partner Patricia Collins of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, presented an online continuing legal education webinar “Employment Law, Ethics & Professional Responsibility” offered by Celesq, Attorneys Ed Center. This seminar reviewed the ethics issues that arise for employment attorneys in representing organizations. The program identified risks for attorneys resulting from close involvement with the operations of the client. Topics examined included: negotiating employee contracts, drafting policies that impact client contact, termination or resignation of client contracts, attorneys as fact witnesses, attorneys as investigators, and maintaining professional distance.
Denise Bowman, an experienced and respected Bucks County attorney and community leader, has announced her candidacy for judge of the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas.
A partner at the law firm of Antheil, Maslow & MacMinn, LLP and commercial litigation attorney, Denise has represented and advocated for numerous businesses, individuals, non-profits and government entities throughout Bucks County in a wide variety of civil and commercial disputes. An attorney for more than 20 years, she has represented clients at both the trial and appellate levels. Denise is a highly effective negotiator, and she is a formally trained mediator and experienced arbitrator.
Denise is actively engaged in her community, having served on numerous local non-profit boards over the years, including the United Way, YWCA, Red Cross, and Youth Orchestra of Bucks County. Denise previously served on the Board of Directors of the Bucks County Bar Association and currently is a member of its Budget Committee. She also has served as a volunteer coach for the Bensalem School District Mock Trial Team and represented victims of domestic violence as a pro bono attorney through Legal Aid of Southeastern PA.
An active member of the business community, Bowman served as Chair of the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
Denise Bowman is a 42-year resident of Bucks County, and she resides in Middletown Township with her husband, Jason, and their two sons, Ryan (17) and Zack (15).
On January 31st, Susan Maslow, a founding Partner and Business Law Attorney with Antheil Maslow & MacMinn in Doylestown, Pa, participated in a continuing legal education webinar entitled “Protecting Workers and Managing Company Risk in Supply Chains: Moving from Policies to Contracts”. Ms. Maslow is a member of the American Bar Association Business Law Section’s working group which has developed model clauses to incorporate human rights protections in international supply chains. The program explained how these clauses make supply chain control and worker protection both legally effective and operationally likely by moving the commitments that companies require of their suppliers into the actual contract documents, where they have greater impact.