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When you hire a business lawyer to fight for your rights and protect your interests, you can’t afford to settle for mediocrity.  

When it comes to navigating legal battles, you deserve an aggressive lawyer who will stand by your side every step of the way.

Kaminsky Law is committed to securing your success both inside and outside the courtroom.

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Our lawyers understands that your success is the ultimate goal and tirelessly work to get a favorable result for our clients.
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Our firm stays ahead of the curve with the latest technologies to ensure efficient, effective, and savvy legal representation.
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We offer cost effective and practical solutions help small business owners thrive in today's complex legal landscape.

What is a Philadelphia Lawyer?

The term Philadelphia Lawyer appears in many dictionaries and encyclopedias.  It is used to describe an extremely competent lawyer, with a reputation for being particularly capable in resolving and winning lawsuits.  A Philadelphia lawyer is an attorney who is highly skilled, cunning, and adept at legal maneuvering.

It was originally a reference to Andrew Hamilton, a prominent lawyer in the Philadelphia and Bucks County area during the 18th century, who came out of retirement to defend Peter Zenger, a printer charged with libel.  To everyone’s surprise, Hamilton prevailed and established a precedent of using truth as a defense to libel, a novel theory at the time. 

The Salem Observer of March 13, 1824, stated, “The New England folks have a saying, that three Philadelphia lawyers are a match for the very devil himself.”


Not Your Average Attorney

A highly Experienced Litigation lawyer

Not Your Average Attorney

A highly Experienced business lawyer

Anton Kaminsky, Esquire

Before opening Kaminsky Law, Anton Kaminsky obtained more than twelve years of experience in small business, finance, and litigation roles that helped mold his skills and approach to many different legal disputes.
After college, Mr. Kaminsky worked on Wall Street in trading and hedge fund roles.  Mr. Kaminsky held FINRA Series 7, 55, and 63 licenses, traded equities, and worked at a hedge fund where he evaluated complex investment strategies.  This provided him with practical business experience, familiarity with shareholder issues, and an in-depth understanding of companies’ operations, concerns, and needs.  
As an associate lawyer, Mr. Kaminsky worked at Bochetto & Lentz, P.C., where he honed his skills on various types of complex litigation.  Mr. Kaminsky’s practice included small business advocacy, shareholder and partnership disputes, and employment litigation representing both employers and employees in wage claims, discrimination, retaliation, harassment, whistleblower, and enforcement of non-compete and non-solicitation agreements. 
Mr. Kaminsky also gained experience representing individuals and small businesses that have been harmed by large corporations.  This experience has empowered Mr. Kaminsky to pursue a large variety of business and personal lawsuits that many other lawyers won’t; including cemetery negligence, funeral home malpractice, unfair trade practices, consumer fraud, professional negligence, defamation, business torts, and personal injury.

Practice areas

High-stakes legal representation  of businesses or individuals involving complex legal, financial, or factual issues.

Drafting shareholder, partner, and member agreements and negotiating and resolving inter-company ownership disputes.

Providing comprehensive legal services to small businesses including drafting agreements, resolving b2b disputes. 

Drafting contracts and resolving contract disputes through advisory, negotiation, and litigation for favorable outcomes. 

Protecting consumer rights by pursuing litigation for unfair trade practices and for fraud and misrepresentations in the sales process. 

Facilitating settlement and avoiding costly litigation by resolving disputes through negotiation, mediation, and arbitration.

Enforcing employee rights, recovering unpaid wages, overtime, and obtaining justice for harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. 

Pursuing recovery for slip and falls, car accidents, dog bites, workplace injuries, infliction of emotional distress and other personal injury.

Representing clients in professional negligence claims, holding professionals accountable for their actions.

Recovering for improper cemetery conduct and negligent funeral home practices, malpractice and seeking justice for grieving families. 

Resolving real estate disputes, obtaining specific performance of real estate contracts, and protecting property rights and investments.

Holding insurance companies accountable for improper denial of coverage, bad faith practices, and securing coverage for policy holders.


Most people don’t go to a business lawyer until there is a problem.  However, we believe that most litigation and legal dispute can be avoided if small business owners obtain advice and guidance before the issues arise.  We advise our clients to prepare and execute shareholder / partnership agreements at the start of their business dealings–rather than in hindsight. 

Similarly, our clients have better results when they enter into agreements with their employees and service providers at the beginning of the relationship.  This avoids he-said / she-said disputes and helps establish the existence and substance of the parties’ agreement. 

There are several key qualities to look for in a good business lawyer to represent your business: 

  1. Experience – The lawyer’s experience and understanding of your business and your business’ operations and legal issues.
  2. Problem Solving Skills – A lawyer should be able to think on their feet, have strong analytical and strategic skills to understand the dispute, identify legal issues, and develop a strategy to proceed.
  3. Ability to Communicate – One of the most important qualities in a lawyer is their ability to take complex legal concepts and explain those concepts in layman’s terms.
  4. Negotiation Skills – Your lawyer should be a deal maker.  Be mindful of lawyers with a huge ego.  Negotiation takes give and take, and requires that people set aside their ego to reach a deal.  
  5. Responsiveness – A lawyer that is too busy to respond in a timely manner might be overworked and have too much on their plate.  Beware of lawyers with who don’t respond within 24-48 hours. 

There are many qualities that make a good business lawyer, but these are a few that should serve as a useful indicator.  

We are a boutique firm that handles many different types of lawsuit and litigation matters.  Most of our representation involves business issues, shareholder / partnership disputes, and the drafting and enforcement of small business contracts.  We also pursue claims on behalf of individuals, including consumer fraud, recovery of employee overtime and unpaid wages, harassment, discrimination, and retaliation.  We also represent clients in various personal injury matters, defamation, cemetery negligence and funeral home malpractice and pursue justice for both physical and emotional harms.  For more information see our practice areas above. 

It depends.  Various claims will have different statutes of limitations.  Those statutes of limitations typically begin to run from the moment that you were harmed or should have realized you may have a claim. For that reason, it is very important to consult with an attorney as soon as you believe there may be a claim so that all possible claims can be evaluated, the statutes of limitations for each claim be calendared, and a deadline to file suit is not missed accidentally.  

Yes.  We offer free consultations by phone, in person, or virtually through Zoom.  We first ask that you provide basic information and documents to our intake specialists.  They will then prepare a summary for our attorneys and schedule a more in-depth discussion.

Before you proceed with a lawsuit, it is best to have your story outlined and to gather any relevant documents and communications that support your side of the story.  Remember, while you have lived your dispute for a while before you go see a lawyer, the the lawyer is typically hearing about your issue for the first time.  Be ready to explain your story chronologically and in a way that flows logically to get the most out of your free consultation. 

It depends on the type of representation.  We take most personal injury, cemetery, and funeral home cases on contingency.  This means we only get paid when you get paid.  For contract drafting matters, we typically charge a flat fee.  For small business representation we request a retainer and work against the retainer on an hourly basis.

Our lawyers are currently licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Texas.  In Pennsylvania, we primarily practice in Philadelphia and the surrounding counties, including Bucks County, Montgomery County, Delaware County and Chester County.  In New Jersey, we practice statewide.  Our lawyers are admitted to both State and Federal courts in PA and NJ. 

Yes.  We do our best to keep our legal representation practical and cost effective.  If certain simple tasks can be performed by law clerks, paralegals, or lawyers that charge a lower hourly rate, we will usually have those tasks performed in the most efficient manner possible.  However, a supervising attorney always oversees junior staff and will review documents before they are filed or provided to the other side.  Also, if there is another attorney with more experience in the office, we will work together on your case to get the best possible result. 

Anton Kaminsky, Kaminsky Law's founding partner, is an aggressive and creative lawyer that takes a modern approach to business, personal injury, and employment litigation

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Kaminsky Law is a small business-oriented litigation Law firm licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey with cost-effective approach to lawsuits, settlements, and dispute resolution.