Important:

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.  

Thank you for your understanding, and please take care.

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Partners Tom Donnelly and Mike Mills will present the business law section seminar entitled “My Partner and I no longer agree, what do we do now?” at the Bucks County Bar Association Bench Bar Conference in Cambridge Maryland on Friday October 2, 2015.  The seminar will focus on strategies relating to the representation of clients in matters of business divorce in a number of different factual scenarios and the tax ramification of such strategies.  Attendees will include members of the Bucks County Bar Association and the judges of the Bucks County Bench.  

Patricia Collins, a Partner of the firm, will participate as a panelist on Wednesday, July 29th at 1:00 pm in a Strafford Webinar entitled, "Leveraging Prior Unemployment, Workers' Comp and EEOC Administrative Determinations in Employment Litigation".  This CLE webinar will guide employment counsel in using determinations from administrative proceedings to their clients’ advantage in subsequent litigation. The panel will discuss best strategies for leveraging findings and rulings from unemployment, workers’ compensation, EEOC and other administrative proceedings, and navigating varying approaches to the doctrine of collateral estoppel among jurisdictions.

Ms. Collins counsels small to medium-sized business clients and nonprofit entities on employment compliance and risk management issues. She represents employers and employees in litigation under federal and state discrimination and wrongful termination laws relating to restrictive covenants, unfair competition and unlawful use of trade secrets, and compliance with state and federal regulations.  She also assists employers and employees in preparing employment agreements, policies and handbooks.

 

Jessica Pritchard will participate as a panelist in Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Continuing Legal Education program entitled “Family Law 101” on July 23rd 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.

Ms. Pritchard chairs the firm's Family Law practice group, where 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.  She has extensive experience working with high net worth individuals experiencing dissolution of their marriage or partnership.

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Student and emerging filmmakers can now enter their submissions for consideration in the 15th Annual Bucks Fever Filmfest.  The FilmFest is an annual, juried festival that identifies worthy short films and scripts. Winning short films submitted by high school, college and emerging filmmakers are screened at the County Theater in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.  Antheil Maslow & MacMinn is proud to sponsor this wonderful creative event in our community.

Sue Maslow, a partner of the firm, and Chairman/President of the Board of Directors of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County, along with Ursula Raczac, CEO of BBBS Bucks County, accepted that organization's seventh consecutive Quality Agency Award at the National Conference of Big Brothers Big Sisters in Philadelphia on June 3rd.  The Award was presented by Pam Iorio, President and CEO of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.

As the nation’s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 6 through 18, in communities across the country. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people.

 

Jessica Pritchard, a Partner with Antheil Maslow & MacMinn in Doylestown, was a presenter at the Bucks County Bar Association's June 1st Training for Pro Bono Opportunities. Ms. Pritchard taught the hour entitled “family law for the non-family lawyer.”  The CLE was intended to give pro bono volunteer attorneys a rudimentary understanding of custody and support issues that may arise during their representation of clients.

 

 

 

Jessica Pritchard, a Partner with Antheil Maslow & MacMinn in Doylestown, was a presenter at the Bucks County Bar Association's June 1st Training for Pro Bono Opportunities. Ms. Pritchard taught the hour entitled “family law for the non-family lawyer.”  The CLE was intended to give pro bono volunteer attorneys a rudimentary understanding of custody and support issues that may arise during their representation of clients.

 

 

 

Antheil, Maslow & MacMinn, LLP is pleased to announce that partner, Jessica A. Pritchard, has been named a 2015 Pennsylvania Super Lawyer by Thomson Reuters, published annually in Philadelphia Magazine and Law and Politics Magazine, Super Lawyers editions. Only five percent of lawyers in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania are recognized on this annual list.  Since 2006, Pritchard had been recognized by the same publication as a “Rising Star.”  She is very honored by this newest level of achievement.

Ms. Pritchard chairs the firm's Family Law practice group, where 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.  She has extensive experience working with high net worth individuals experiencing dissolution of their marriage or partnership.

 

Founders Bill Antheil, Sue Maslow and Bill MacMinn along with Partners Tom Donnelly and Mike Mills broke ground Wednesday on a two-story addition to our Doylestown Office on West State Street.  The addition will offer Class A office space, with the first floor featuring additional offices for our growing practice and a large state-of-the-art event/conference room for events and educational programs.  The second floor space will be offered for lease and will feature approximately 1650 square feet of premium office space including a separate entrance, elevator, restrooms and kitchen. We anticipate that the building will be ready for occupancy in the fall.

We are confident that our architectural design will improve the profile of our corner of town, and we look forward to expanding our services, professional staff and presence in the community.

Mike Mills will participate as a faculty member in the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Continuing Legal Education program entitled “Sophisticated Trust Techniques for the High Net Worth Client” on June 11th in Mechanicsburg, and July 21st in Philadelphia. This informative program explores the best planning techniques in a hypothetical fact/panel discussion format.

Mills’ practice focuses on helping businesses build and preserve value, and helping individuals preserve and protect their family wealth. He is highly experienced in the area of taxation, which impacts so much of business and personal financial planning. In representing businesses, this includes counseling clients on the tax aspects of business formation, financing, reorganization, and acquisition transactions, as well as business succession planning. With individual clients, this includes assistance with income tax planning, and planning for estate, inheritance, and other death taxes.