Kathleen Thomas, a municipal law lawyer, brings more than twenty-five years of legal experience, and concentrates her practice in the areas of municipal law, small business and non-profit law, and civil litigation.
Recognized as an expert in the areas of Pennsylvania Act 511 taxation, Kathleen serves as Special Act 511 Tax Counsel to the Townships of, Lower Merion and Abington, among others. She also serves as the Act 511 Hearing Officer to multiple municipalities in Montgomery and Delaware Counties. She also serves as Special Tax Consultant for ordinance and Regulation Revision and litigation for many townships in Pennsylvania. Kathleen is a regular speaker at the meetings of the Pennsylvania Business Privilege and Mercantile Tax Collectors Association.
Kathleen is also experienced in other areas of municipal law, including, Right to Know, land development, zoning, code enforcement and litigation.
Kathleen’s expertise extends to issues of corporate governance and other matters related to non-profit organizations, veterans groups, churches and other religious entities, including the Philadelphia Baptist Association.
|Attorney||High Swartz LLP||2018 - Present|
|Attorney||Hladik, Onorato & Federman, LLp||2013 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Bucks County Bar Association||Member||2018 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Bar Association||Member||1989 - Present|
|Montgomery Bar Association||Member||1989 - Present|
|Temple University - James E. Beasley School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1989|
|West Chester University of Pennsylvania||BS - Bachelor of Science||1981|
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