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Employment Law Update February 2023

Posted March 1, 2023

February may be the shortest month, but it packed plenty of significant developments in the world of employment law, including a major worker-friendly change in severance agreements, another massive employment discrimination punitive damages award against a household-name business, and another difficult result for our hometown Philadelphia Eagles.  Get the latest details below.   NLRB Limits […]

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PA Supreme Court Sides With Insurance Company Against Motorcycle Rider in Erie Insurance Exchange v. Mione

Posted February 28, 2023

On February 15, 2023, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued its decision in Erie Insurance Exchange v. Mione siding with an insurance company against a motorcycle rider after interpreting that a Household Exclusion precluded recovery of Underinsurance Benefits. Facts of the Case In 2018, Albert Mione was injured in a collision while operating his motorcycle that was insured […]

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Use of Medical Marijuana by Employees in Safety-Sensitive Jobs: What’s an Employer to do?

Posted February 16, 2023

As medical marijuana becomes legal in an increasing number of states, employers are facing new challenges when it comes to managing the use of medical marijuana by employees in safety-sensitive job roles. In Pennsylvania, employers may be particularly impacted by this issue as the state has legalized medical marijuana use. As a lawyer who works […]

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Employment Law Update January 2023

Posted January 31, 2023

What is the state of the employment world as we transition from 2022 to 2023?  Looking back, a study showed that employment discrimination class-action settlements soared in 2022.  Meanwhile, COVID-related litigation shows us that the impact of the pandemic will continue in the courts with vigor in 2023.  Read all about it below. Workplace Bias […]

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Alec Baldwin Faces Involuntary Manslaughter Charges After Movie Set Shooting Death

Posted January 23, 2023

New Mexico authorities have charged Alec Baldwin with the crime of Involuntary Manslaughter after he accidentally shot and killed 42 year old Halyna Hutchins on the movie set of a Western titled “Rust”. How Could Someone Get Shot and Killed on a Movie Set? In October 2021, Alec Baldwin was a lead Actor and a […]

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MacElree Harvey Represents Multi-National Corporation in Closing of $438 Million Credit Facility

Posted January 6, 2023

We are pleased to announce that MacElree Harvey successfully represented the U.S. subsidiary of a large foreign multi-national corporation in the renewal of a cross border loan of nearly half a billion dollars. Representing our client, together with all its U.S. subsidiaries, in this complex transaction were attorneys Harry DiDonato, Andrew Silverman, and Leo Gibbons, […]

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Employment Law Update December 2022

Posted December 30, 2022

2022 goes out with a bang as December brought historic legislation passed for pregnant workers, Facebook was confronted with anti-discrimination claims concerning its advertising, and  Walgreens faces a potential class action lawsuit from former employees.  Get the last updates for 2022 before 2023 arrives. President Biden Signs Pregnant Workers Fairness Act Into Lw  After percolating […]

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IRS Postpones Venmo Tax Law To 2023 Tax Season

Posted December 27, 2022

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has delayed the tax provision requiring users of Venmo, PayPal, Etsy, eBay, and other third-party websites or apps to declare any earnings from selling goods or services over $600 dollars in a given year through a 1099-K form. This change will not be instituted until the 2023 tax season to […]

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Employment Law Update November 2022

Posted December 1, 2022

In November 2022, the world of employment law saw notable employee compensation cases – ranging from the compensation of the world’s richest executive down to local fast food service employees – and more ugly workplace allegations coming out of the NFL.  Read the latest in the updates below. Tesla shareholder lawsuit examines Elon Musk’s unprecedented […]

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Brady v. Bündchen: WSTBD (What Should Tom Brady Do?)

Posted November 2, 2022

By: Michael Rovito, Esquire Practicing within the Family Law specialty has led to some very entertaining conversations over the years. Some of my favorites have included the puzzled faced-fellow guests at weddings (or better yet, some of the guests at my own wedding) when they ask what I do for a living and my Wife […]

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