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Welcome to the New Decade: Decennial Reports Due for Pennsylvania Business Entities

Posted January 19, 2021

By: Matthew C. Cooper With the start of a new year, 2021 brings an often forgotten and overlooked requirement for many business entities that are formed under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania: the decennial report. The decennial report is a report of an entity’s continued existence. The report, which is filed every ten years […]

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Don’t Let The Police Search Your Car – Make Them Get A Warrant!

Posted January 14, 2021

By: Pete Kratsa In the context of law enforcement searches of automobiles, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, in Commonwealth v. Alexander (No. 30 EAP 2019), recognized and restored the enhanced privacy interests of the citizens of our Commonwealth by relying upon our Commonwealth’s Constitution as opposed to the United States Constitution. This was long overdue and […]

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Make Sure You Have the Right Car Insurance for the New Year

Posted January 7, 2021

With a New Year starting, it’s a perfect time to review your Car Insurance Policy and make sure that you have the right coverage to protect yourself and your family if you happen to cause or be injured in a car accident. Even if you already paid to renew your Policy, changes can be made […]

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Employment Law Update December, 2020

Posted December 30, 2020

December, 2020, closes out a long year that has seen a number of developments in the area of employment law.  Undoubtedly, the major headline heading into the New Year is that President Trump has signed the COVID-19 economic relief bill passed by Congress.  The following are a few notable takeaways from the new law: The […]

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Can Pennsylvania Employers Mandate that Employees take a COVID-19 Vaccine?

Posted December 4, 2020

After a long and difficult year, several pharmaceutical companies have announced that COVID-19 vaccines are on the horizon.  This is welcome news for employers who have been struggling with myriad employment issues during the pandemic.  However, like everything with COVID-19, a vaccine raises its own legal questions.  Most notably, once the FDA formally approves a […]

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What To Do If You Believe You’re a Victim of Pennsylvania Medical Malpractice

Posted November 3, 2020

By: Peter E. Kratsa, Esq. The decision to pursue an action against your or your loved one’s medical care provider can be intimidating. Making this decision, while also dealing with the physical and emotional trauma of the consequences of suspected medical malpractice, can also be overwhelming. What follows are some suggested steps to take prior […]

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What’s Equal Might Not Be Fair OR Is Equal Fair?

Posted November 2, 2020

By: Adesewa K. Egunsola, Esq. In the context of divorce, Pennsylvania is an equitable NOT community property state. Whereas, courts in community property states attempt to distribute things 50/50 to the best of their ability, courts in equitable distribution states are not similarly constrained. The courts are more concerned with doing what is fair and […]

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Subject to Cross Episode 18: Secrets of The Job

Posted October 30, 2020

This week, Caroline and Pete discuss some secrets of Criminal Defense lawyers. To follow along, visit: www.mentalfloss.com/article/547920/…fense-attorneys If you have a topic you’d like to hear more about, email [email protected]   Listen on SoundCloud, Spotify, and Apple Podcasts.

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Seeing through the Haze: 3 Things to Remember About Employee Marijuana Use in Pennsylvania

Posted October 21, 2020

This past week, Pennsylvania’s Governor voiced his support for legalizing recreational use of marijuana, touting it as a potential source of tax revenue to boost the struggling economy during the COVID-19 pandemic. This should come as no surprise given that many states have recently relaxed marijuana restrictions. Indeed, legalization of recreational use is on the […]

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What’s mine is yours and what’s yours is mine…isn’t it?

Posted October 13, 2020

By: Adesewa K. Egunsola, Esq. When dividing the assets during a divorce it is important to determine if an asset or liability is (1) marital or (2) non-marital. This is incredibly important because it determines what property is subject to division and what property is the “separate property” of each party. Generally marital property—property acquired […]

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