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Video Interview: Discussing Immigration Reform with LXBN TV

Following up on my recent post on the subject, I had the opportunity to speak with Colin O’Keefe of LXBN on what the impending executive action on immigration reform might look like. In the interview, I explain what it could mean for young illegal immigrants and STEM workers. You can read the full post, view and subscribe to the blog by goin...

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The Time Machine Problem: Ensuring Enforceability of Restrictive Covenants

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLPPresents The Time Machine Problem: Ensuring Enforceability of Restrictive Covenants Whether you want to enforce a restrictive covenant or ignore a restrictive covenant, this program should not be missed.  Everyone wants to protect their customers, trade secrets and employees, but will the restrictive...

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When Can I Start Dating During My Divorce?

Some clients ask, “When can I start dating during my divorce process?” While you certainly can start dating, the better question is, should I start dating during the divorce process and how could it affect my case? Dating during a divorce can affect a case both emotionally as well as financially. However, certainly there are instances i...

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Updated New Jersey Poster Required – Minimum Wage Increase Coming!

An updated Wage and Hour Law Abstract poster has recently been issued by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development. The poster now reflects the new minimum wage of $8.38, which is effective January 1, 2015—this is an increase of 13 cents an hour from the current minimum wage of $8.25. Employers are required to provide all e...

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Alice Johnston Participates in DRI's Asbestos Medicine Seminar

Obermayer partner Alice Johnston participated in Advocacy & Jury Persuasion: Putting Your Advocacy Skills to Use in Persuading the Modern Juror presentation at the DRI’s Asbestos Medicine Seminar in San Francisco on November 6th. Johnston joined attorney Michael Brown of Miles & Stockbridge, with whom she has often collaborated i...

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Executive Action on Immigration Expected as Early as This Week

President Obama is preparing to announce a 10-point plan to overhaul U.S. immigration policy via executive action, according to a draft proposal, that could add as many as five million new legal workers. The president is expected to make the announcement shortly after his return from the Asia Summit. Our readers doubtless are aware that the United ...

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Falling Prices Ignite Concern Over Bakken Crude

Gasoline prices have been falling steadily for months. Now a gallon may be purchased for substantially less than three dollars in many regions of the country. That’s welcome news for consumers, but environmentalists, regulators and first responders have been asking whether there are risks associated with this happy development that may not be...

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Greg Saputelli Quoted in Chicago Tribune

Greg Saputelli is quoted in the Chicago Tribune, "Emanuel: Too late to recoup potential losses on CPS bonds." Click here to view the full article.

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Paul Lantis Speaks at Pennsylvania Bar Institute Seminar

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP attorney Paul C. Lantis presented, “Litigating an Employment Discrimination Case,” at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) seminar in Philadelphia. PBI is the continuing legal education arm of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. Lantis devotes his practice to the representation of employers in a...

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HIPAA in the Time of Ebola

Ebola has recently been the source of much concern, and health care providers and hospitals are taking steps to prepare themselves for the possibility of treating patients with Ebola. In addition to all of the medical preparations underway, covered entities and business associates must also continue to be aware of the protections in place that limi...

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