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Impact of Technology: What are Jurors Thinking?

Date:          Wednesday, February 11, 2015 Time:          12 pm to 1 pm Faculty:     Lee M. Diamondstein, Esquire                   Vice Presi...

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Interested in Getting a Name Changed? Here’s What You Need to Know

Having the ability to change your name is important to many people for a variety of reasons. Some may wish to change it because they have recently married, divorced or remarried, while others may be interested in getting a child’s name changed after he or she has been adopted. Whatever the reason, your Conshohocken name change lawyer wants you to understand the process under Pennsylvania law so you can know what to expect.

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Is Your Mobile Health App HIPAA Compliant?

Mobile health apps (also known as mHealth apps) are increasingly popular with consumers. As of 2014, there were more than 100,000 mobile health apps available on iOS and Android platforms, and total revenue from mobile health apps is expected to increase to $26 billion by the end of 2017, according to a research2guidance report. Mobile health app...

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Charter School Administrators: NRLB New Rules for Elections and Employee E-mail Use - What Does it Mean?

  NLRB’S New “Ambush” Election Rules In December 2014, the NLRB finalized its new election rules, which will change union election procedures and reduce the amount of time an employer will have to run a campaign and educate its workers. For years, the average period of time between the filing of a petition for an election u...

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Legal vs. Physical Custody: Understanding the Difference

Parents who divorce or, in the case of unmarried parents, decide to go their separate ways, will need to deal with child custody issues, particularly if the children are still young. Conshohocken custody lawyers want you to know there are different kinds of custody.

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Plan and Respond to Protect Against Retaliation Claims

Retaliation claims are the most common employment-related suits filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Since 1997, retaliation claims have been on a steady rise, and in 2013, such claims made up 41.1 percent of all charges filed with the EEOC, according to its own statistics. Because all of the laws enforced by the EEOC, which...

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Obermayer Family Matters Blog - Marital Assets Hide & Seek

Uncover some tell-tale signs that your spouse may be hiding marital assets. Visit Obermayer's Family Matters Law blog here to learn more.

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Super Bowl or Bust: Can Employees Gamble on the Big Game?

It is estimated that the 100 million dollars in wagers that Nevada sports books accepted for the 2014 Super Bowl accounted for just 1% of all Super Bowl betting last year; and the total amount of money wagered on the upcoming Super Bowl, both legally and illegally, is expected to surpass 10 billion dollars. In other words, the action on Sunday&rs...

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David Nasatir Presents at Montgomery Bar Association

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP partner David A. Nasatir presented at the monthly meeting for the Business, Banking and Corporate Counseling Committee of the Montgomery Bar Association on January 23. He discussed the challenges confronting the management of a department at a large law firm, specifically addressing hiring and recruiting a...

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Child Custody in New Jersey: Considering What is in the Best Interest of the Child

New Jersey judges who handle child custody cases must consider the best interests of the children involved prior to making custody awards. One would think the children's parents would also be primarily concerned with making decisions that are in the best interest of their kids, but unfortunately, emotions and contempt for the other parent often trumps all other sensibilities when dealing with divorces and separations. 

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