Anthony is an attorney in the Litigation and Family Law Practice Groups at McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC, and practices in the area of civil litigation, divorce, support, child custody, property distribution, alimony, protection from abuse, and pretrial practice, including injunctions and asset protection orders.
Prior to joining McNees, Anthony served as law clerk to the Honorable Judge Joseph C. Adams in the York County Court of Common Pleas. While a law clerk, he was responsible for matters of general civil litigation and family law issues including divorce, support, child custody, and protection from abuse.
Anthony practices in the area of family law and related areas of civil litigation throughout Pennsylvania. He is a member of the Family Law Section of the Dauphin County and Pennsylvania Bar Associations. Anthony has served as a CLE lecturer throughout Pennsylvania, addressing family law issues, and is a frequent author on legal developments in the area of family law. Anthony has presented programs for the PBA Family Law Section, Family Law Institute, Dauphin County Bar Association, and Pennsylvania Bar Institute. He has published articles in the Pennsylvania Family Lawyer, Widener Law Journal, Legal Intelligencer, and frequently publishes articles on the McNees website regarding developments in family law.
Anthony’s practice also includes civil litigation experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He has represented clients in trial courts throughout Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania Appellate Courts.
Anthony serves on the board of the Community Justice Project, and the Dauphin County Bar Association Young Lawyers’ Division. He also was acknowledged as a leader in the legal community, and selected for the 2015-2016 class of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Bar Leadership Institute.
He is an active volunteer in youth programs and pro bono legal service in the Harrisburg area. Anthony is actively involved in providing pro bono service, including representation of underprivileged clients, participation in the PBA Pro Bono CLE Video Project 2015, and the Wills for Heroes program.
Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S., 2005
Widener University School of Law, J.D., 2009, cum laude, Widener Law Journal, Business/External Managing Editor
Dauphin County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division Board Member
Cumberland County Bar Association
Community Justice Project, Board Member
March 24, 2016 - Litigation News
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