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Litigation Hold Letters: What are they, and what do I do when I receive one?

Posted September 9, 2019

By Isaac J. Jean-Pierre, Esquire- Evidence is everything, and in today’s digital world, it takes multiple forms.  Without it, parties to a dispute would have little to no way to support their claims, and, most importantly, it would be extremely difficult to discover the truth at the heart of a controversy, especially if the parties […]

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Interpreting the First Amendment in the Social Media Age

Posted July 18, 2019

By David Srinivasan, Law Clerk and Tiffany M. Shrenk, Esquire- Gone are the days of President Roosevelt’s fireside chats; we now have mediums, like Twitter and Facebook, to hear from our leaders, both domestic and international. Since the turn of the century, technologies—and social media platforms, in particular—have changed the landscape of American society and […]

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Intermingling of Funds: Part 2 in The Proper Use of Legal Business Entities series

Posted June 20, 2019

By Robert A. Burke, Esquire- In this article, we will address how the intermingling of funds will expose your personal assets and how to avoid this exposure. Intermingling of Funds The intermingling of funds among the entities must be “substantial.” Transfers of money between entities is not, in and of itself, evidence of substantial intermingling […]

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Transferring Guardianships: What you need to know.

Posted June 11, 2019

By Isaac J. Jean-Pierre, Esquire- A guardian is often an individual appointed by a court to make key decisions regarding another person’s physical welfare and/or finances.  In the context of guardianships, the person who is subject to the decision-making authority of a guardian is often referred to as an incapacitated person, and it is not […]

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Disclosing Before Closing

Posted April 29, 2019

By Brian J. Forgue, Esquire- Sellers’ Responsibilities Under Pennsylvania’s Real Estate Seller Disclosure Law If you have ever sold or purchased a home in Pennsylvania, then you likely recall completing or receiving a form called the Seller’s Property Disclosure Statement. As the name suggests, this is a document that the seller of a home completes […]

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The Proper Use of Legal Business Entities: How to Protect Your Personal Assets

Posted December 10, 2018

By Robert A. Burke, Esquire- The main purpose of forming a separate legal entity to operate a business is the protection of personal assets.  This multi-part series of articles will discuss in detail the proper use of the corporate form.  These articles will hopefully help you avoid common mistakes that could expose your personal and […]

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What is Mediation?

Posted December 4, 2018

By Tiffany M. Shrenk, Esquire- Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution whereby the parties to a lawsuit engage a third-party neutral to act as the mediator and facilitate settlement discussions amongst the parties.  Mediations are common tools used to resolve any type of civil litigation case, but they are commonly used in Delaware […]

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Stormwater Issues: An Overview for the Pennsylvania Property Owner

Posted November 20, 2018

By Matthew M. McKeon-  When the ground is unable to absorb all of the stormwater from a given event, stormwater runoff can cause mischief for you and, sometimes, your neighbors. Factors which Cause Stormwater Problems Stormwater issues can be caused by several different factors, including: The topography of a property, including runoff from uphill neighboring […]

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Matthew McKeon Elected to Chester County Historical Society Board of Trustees

Posted August 30, 2018

MacElree Harvey, Ltd. is pleased to announce that Matthew M. McKeon has been elected to the Board of Trustees of the Chester County Historical Society. The Chester County Historical Society (CCHS) inspires, informs, and builds community identity by preserving and sharing the remarkable story of Chester County and its people. Founded in 1893, the Chester […]

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Going Digital – Pennsylvania’s New Mandate for Court-Appointed Guardians

Posted August 14, 2018

By Isaac J. Jean-Pierre, Esquire– In the upcoming days and weeks, courts around the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will begin to implement the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s directive that requires court-appointed guardians of incapacitated adults to file both inventories and annual reports online.  As for Chester County, the Pennsylvania Guardianship Tracking System (GTS) will become available as of […]

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