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Employment Law Update August 2022

Posted August 31, 2022

In the world of employment law, August 2022 brought a potentially landmark decision for transgender workers, increased tensions in the battle over unionizing Starbucks, and a significant potential class action lawsuit against American Express. Find out more below: Fourth Circuit Rules that ADA covers Gender Dysphoria A divided Fourth Circuit panel ruled that gender dysphoria […]

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Phil Mickelson And Friends File Lawsuit Against PGA For Antitrust Violations And Related Claims

Posted August 4, 2022

By Robert A. Burke, Esquire* Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau and nine of their fellow golfers filed a lawsuit against the PGA Tour. The 101 page Complaint alleges, among other things, that the PGA Tour violated the Antitrust Laws of the United States by acting as a monopoly to crush competition. The competition that the PGA […]

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New Jersey Supreme Court Clarifies Third Party Suits Against Insurers Under the Direct Action Statute

Posted August 4, 2022

By: Felix S. Yelin, Esquire* Recently, the Supreme Court of New Jersey issued a decision clarifying whether and how third party beneficiaries with default judgments against insured entities may recover on those judgments against insurers.  The decision reinforced New Jersey’s strong policy favoring arbitration. In Crystal Point Condo. Ass’n, Inc. v. Kinsale Ins. Co., No. […]

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How To Overturn A Tax Sale

Posted August 1, 2022

By: Michael G. Louis I have been very successful recently in having tax sales completely overturned and the property given back to my clients. In the first case, the hearing started off with the Judge yelling at my clients because they had not updated their address with the tax assessment office so when the tax […]

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Employment Law Update July 2022

Posted July 28, 2022

In July 2022, the EEOC provided a significant update on COVID-19 workplace policy, and America’s two largest retailers fell under scrutiny for their workplace practices, with a Philadelphia-based employee class action against Walmart, and nationwide investigation into Amazon fulfillment centers.  Find out more in the employment law update below. EEOC Issues Guidance on Mandatory COVID-19 […]

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“Just Venmo Me” – The IRS

Posted July 14, 2022

By: Matthew C. Cooper Get ready to sort through your digital receipts. Starting with this 2022 tax year, Third-Party Settlement Organizations (TPSOs) such as Venmo, Cash App, and PayPal are required to report payment of commercial transactions that total $600 or more per year to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and, therefore, will be sending […]

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Another Petition to Modify?! Can I Get a Side of Fees with That?

Posted July 11, 2022

By Michael C. Rovito, Esquire Whether it be the price of avocados, gasoline, or housing prices and inflation are going up and causing many Americans to buckle down and create savings wherever they can. Then, as many custodial parents have also encountered, the curve ball comes: another Petition to Modify Custody. So much for saving […]

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Employment Law Update June 2022

Posted June 30, 2022

The June 2022 employment law update addresses the potential impacts on employers of the Supreme Court’s June 24 decision overruling Roe v. Wade. Even with the leak of a draft opinion this May, the release this past Friday of the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health came as a shock to many.   […]

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Employment Law Update May 2022

Posted May 31, 2022

Decisions from across the country in May 2022 contained some interesting, employer-friendly rulings in developing areas of law, including labor relations via Twitter, COVID-19 ‘disability’, and trans-gender benefits issues.  Check out the details below. 3rd Cir. Reverses National Labor Relations Board, Finds Federalist Boss’ Tweet Was Joke The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third […]

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PENNSYLVANIA EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION CLAIMS: Why Federal Courts are the Venue of Choice and Why that Could Change in the Near Future

Posted May 9, 2022

By: Felix S. Yelin, Esquire and Jeffrey P. Burke, Esquire Why are employment discrimination claims based on Pennsylvania state law primarily filed in federal court? This counter-intuitive practice arises from how Pennsylvania appellate and federal courts have interpreted the Commonwealth’s civil rights law, specifically with respect to the availability of a right to a trial […]

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