Susan Maslow, a Partner of the Firm, participated in the Free Enterprise session of the Central Bucks County Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Advancement Program, which was held at Byers’ Choice, Ltd in Chalfont, PA at 8:30 am. Other panelists included Ben Bugajewski, CEO of, Bugajewski Facility Services and Bob Byers, Jr., CEO of Byers’ Choice, Ltd. The discussion was facilitated by Pete Bonacum, a business coach with Action Coach and an active member of the Leadership Advancement Program. Ms. Maslow relayed how she began her career as an attorney, shared some of the keys to her success and discussed the challenges and opportunities facing the business community in general in the hope of assisting the audience in their personal “rise to leadership”.
The Leadership Advancement Program of the Central Bucks County Chamber of Commerce is an exclusive benefit of membership designed for entrepreneurs, business and non-profit executives. The Panel Discussion was part of a nine month, eleven session program offering a select group of Chamber members rare, in-depth access to Central Bucks County’s most influential non-profit, corporate and government leaders. The Leadership Advancement Program is open exclusively to Chamber members who may apply for themselves or sponsor an employee. Applications are accepted throughout the year, with selections made by early September.
Tim White, an Associate of the Firm, published an article The Chronicle of the Horse online regarding equine liability.
Tim concentrates his practice in the areas of Taxation, Estate Planning, Business Transactions and Litigation.
Tim's interest in Equine law developed because of the many equine professionals and enthusiast in his life, including his wife Susan White, a faculty member in the Equine Studies Department at Delaware Valley College. Tim lacks the talent required to compete in equestrian events, but enjoys the occasional ride and has great appreciation for those who are able to work and compete successfully with horses
Emerging Privacy and Data Security Priorities: Regulators, Enforcers an Assessments: Sue Maslow and Patty Collins from Antheil Maslow & MacMinn are teaming with Chad Schieken, Director of Corporate Governance and Risk Management at Parente Beard, LLC, formerly Parente Randolph, LLC, to offer a presentation covering pending requirements for most businesses, health care providers and other organizations to implement policies to detect the warning signs of identity theft and have in place preventative measures to safeguard all information. Presenters will discuss the new and expanded rules designed to combat fraud and identity theft and provide guidance on Network Secuirty Assessments. You are welcome to attend our program:
Bucks County Bar Association Building
135 East State Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
Thursday, October 29th
Time: 8:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Please RSVP by Ocotber 20th 2009 via telephone to 215-230-7500 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Joanne Murray, an associate of the Firm, published an article in the September issue of "Upon Further Review", a web publication of the Philadelphia Bar Association which links lawyers to local news and analysis. To read the full article dealing with the new law imposing heightened testing and other requirements of interest to Consumer Product Manufacturers, Importers and Retailers, open the following link: http://uponfurtherreview.philadelphiabar.org/page/Article?articleID=306cc9e8-babb-4f0d-8562-da2416e6f823
Patricia C. Collins, an Associate of the firm, gave an interview on Brad Segall’s WOGL radio show, “"The Philadelphia Agenda" on July 26, 2009. Patty Collins has been practicing law since 1996 in the areas of Employment Law, Health Care and Litigation. Patty drew from her employment law expertise to discuss employers’ use of background checks and the sources used to perform them for job applicants;, and the management of employees’ use of computers and the Internet at work for non-work purposes and the implications of usage policies and computer monitoring. Segall’s radio show airs every Sunday morning from 6 to 7 am on WOGL-FM 98.1.
Joanne Murray, as Associate of the Firm, published an article in the August, 2009 issue of "Small Business CEO" magazine to assist business owners in maintaining a good relationship with their lenders, particularly in this difficult financial climate.
Joanne concentrates her practice in corporate and commercial transactional work, including commercial lending transactions.
To read the full article:
Do you remember the email we sent you April 30th regarding the "Red Flags" Rule going into effect on May 1st? Do you remember our email two days later advising you that the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") issued an eleventh hour stay of enforcement, changing the deadline from May 1st to August 1st? Well, guess what? Once again, the FTC announced yesterday that it will further delay enforcement of the Rule until November 1st, 2009. You can breathe easier for 90 more days. After that, who knows?
Since the "Red Flags" Rule has caused so much confusion and anxiety for our clients, Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP is holding a Seminar in conjunction with Parente Randolph, LLC on October 29, 2009 at the Bucks County Bar Association from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Susan Maslow and Patricia Collins of our offices will be addressing the "Red Flags" Rule and the new HIPAA/HITECH requirements. Chad Schieken, CISA, Director of Corporate Governance and Risk Management at Parente Randolph, LLC, will provide guidance on Network Security Assessments. Save the date. We know you will be fascinated. Invitations will follow.
Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP can provide guidance in helping your Company comply with the Red Flag Rules and the new HIPAA/HITECH requirements. Please call your primary attorney at the Firm, or if you are not presently represented by us, contact Susan A. Maslow, Esq. or Patricia C. Collins, Esq. to discuss any questions you have regarding the above issues or to schedule an appointment.