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Centreville, DE
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Wilmington, DE 19807
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Hockessin, DE 19707
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Kennett Square, PA
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Kennett Square, PA 19348
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West Chester, PA
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West Chester, PA 19382
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Top Five Things to Consider When Renewing or Purchasing Car Insurance

Posted September 29, 2009

In these challenging financial times, consumers are looking to save money wherever they can, including reducing insurance costs. As an attorney who focuses his practice on advising people after they have had the bad fortune of being involved in accidents, I can tell you that there are many things to carefully consider before cutting or […]

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Not a Comprehensive Reform of Health Care, but a Helpful Measure for Families

Posted September 11, 2009

While Congress and town hall meetings continue a rancorous debate about whether there will be any form of comprehensive healthcare or health insurance reform, Pennsylvania has enacted at least one measure that will provide some welcome assistance to the younger members of middle class families. On June 10, 2009, Governor Rendell signed an amendment to […]

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An Open Letter to a Saddened Dog Owner

Posted June 29, 2009

“I am very sorry to hear about the loss of your Rexie. I know that when our Sheltie Pete died, I mourned and felt the loss, just as you are going through now.” The law has not yet caught up to the feelings of modern humans. Although there are a few jurisdictions that recognize the […]

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A Consumer’s Guide to Pennsylvania’s Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act

Posted June 13, 2009

This article is a continuation of our April 2009 newsletter article on HICPA. The first article outlined the Contractor’s obligations and rights and this month outlines the Consumer’s rights. On July 1, 2009, a new consumer protection law goes into effect. Pennsylvania’s Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act (“HICPA” or the “Act”) was enacted to protect […]

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A Word of Caution: There is Still Work to be Done After the Signing of a Property Settlement Agreement

Posted May 29, 2009

In the majority of divorce cases, most of the effort is spent negotiating a comprehensive property settlement agreement in which Husband and Wife identify and value marital assets and agree upon a final distribution. The property settlement agreement, however, is not the end of the process but, rather, the beginning of the transition of assets. […]

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Legal Issues Can Arise with Reduction in Force

Posted May 25, 2009

The recession that was finally acknowledged in late 2008 has not only been deeper than any since the Great Depression, but also will result in a larger reconstruction of the global economic system than accompanied any of the less serious economic downturns of the last 50 years. Like other recessions, this one has resulted in […]

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The “Employee Free Choice Act” and Your Business

Posted March 29, 2009

Years of effort by organized labor have culminated in the introduction of the “Employee Free Choice Act” (the “EFCA”) in both the House and the Senate on March 10, 2009. If the EFCA becomes law, it will result in some of the most substantial changes in decades to the laws regarding business/labor relations. As introduced, […]

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The Future of E-Verify: What is it and will it become mandatory for Pennsylvania Employers?

Posted March 29, 2009

At the recent 30th Annual Immigration Law Update, one topic that came up during numerous seminars was the topic of E-Verify. What is E-Verify? Section 274A of the Immigration and Nationality Act requires employers to verify that all employees are authorized to work and have established their identities using Form I-9. The United States Department […]

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Family Court Litigants Can Resolve Differences Through Alternative Dispute Resolution

Posted February 1, 2009

The Court system has a budget problem arising from an increase in case filings with no corresponding budget increase to handle the additional caseload. The current financial crisis does not appear to have decreased Family Court filings: over 40,000 new petitions were filed in 2008. Many people going through divorce or custody disputes may not […]

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Family Court Litigants Can Resolve Differences Through Alternative Dispute Resolution

Posted February 1, 2009

The Court system has a budget problem arising from an increase in case filings with no corresponding budget increase to handle the additional caseload. The current financial crisis does not appear to have decreased Family Court filings: over 40,000 new petitions were filed in 2008. Many people going through divorce or custody disputes may not […]

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