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DOYLESTOWN OFFICE
116 East Court Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
215-345-8888 (phone)
215-345-5358 (fax)

WARMINSTER OFFICE
626 Jacksonville Road
Suite 102
Warminster, PA 18974
By appointment only

NEWTOWN OFFICE
12 Penns Trail
Newtown, PA 18940
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215-345-8888
215-345-5358

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The lawyers at the Bucks County lawfirm of McNamara, Bolla & Panzer pride themselves on the ability to provide legal counsel in a variety of concentrations. Our Bucks County lawyers have experience in diverse fields. In many cases, our firm has more than one attorney qualified to manage most concerns. Our prospective clients are searching for professional, knowledgeable, and experienced attorneys to guide them through their legal issues.

The partners and associates of our Bucks County law firm are dedicated professionals who act as legal advocates to navigate the complexities surrounding your personal, municipal, and business needs.

Our offices are located in the heart of Bucks County in Doylestown and Warminster and Langhorne, Pennsylvania.

To learn more about our legal services, please visit our Practice Areas section. For immediate assistance, contact us at 215-345-8888 or email us to arrange an appointment.
News and Updates

 

ELECTED TAX COLLECTORS EARN VICTORY

 

by Thomas E. Panzer, Esq.


 On August 20, 2012, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court decided the consolidated cases of Telly, et. al. v. Pennridge School District Board of School Directors and Labs v. Central Bucks School District Board of School Directors.

 The case was heard by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court after the tax collectors sued to enjoin the respective school districts from implementing resolutions drastically reducing the elected tax collectors’ compensation for collecting real property taxes, and performing the other valuable functions implicit in their elected roles.  Thomas E. Panzer, Esquire participated in the Appellate litigation before the Commonwealth Court and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, on behalf of the Pennsylvania Association of Tax Collectors.  Please follow the attached link to review the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Decision. http://www.pacourts.us/OpPosting/Supreme/out/J-13A&B-2012mo.pdf

Congratulations to the Pennsylvania Association of Tax Collectors and the elected tax collectors individually. 

 


 

 

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