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Spring Forward: Constructive Discharge Clock Doesn’t Start Until Employee Gives “Definite Notice” of Intent to Resign

On Monday, the Supreme Court resolved a circuit split over the deadline for employees to pursue their administrative remedies in connection with constructive discharge claims under Title VII.  Generally, employees must file a charge of discrimination with the EEOC no later than 180 days from the date that the alleged discrimination took plac...

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Walter Cohen Quoted on Pennlive on Paranoia in Kane's Office

Walter Cohen was quoted on the Pennlive article, "Rampant paranoia in AG Kathleen Kane's office: 'You never knew if they'd come for you.'" Click here to read the full article.

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OVERTIME CHANGES ON THE HORIZON – WHAT EMPLOYERS SHOULD KNOW

Title:        “OVERTIME CHANGES ON THE HORIZON – WHAT EMPLOYERS SHOULD KNOW” Date:        Tuesday, May 24, 2016 Time:        12pm to 1pm Faculty:     Ivo Becica, Esq.                                Location:             Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP     ...

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How to Obtain Financial Support During a Divorce in New Jersey

Many people facing divorce are nervous about filing the complaint for divorce because they are worried they won’t have enough money during the divorce litigation. Our New Jersey divorce lawyers, Shari B. Veisblatt and Amy Rukuson, discuss a motion that they can file early on in your case that will protect you during the divorce.  To see...

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Walter Cohen Quoted on Pennlive on Kane "Porngate" Quagmire

Click hereWalter Cohen was quoted on Pennlive's article, "“In Kathleen Kane’s absence, her staff continues to grapple with ‘Porngate’ quagmire." Click here to read the full article.

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Obama Signs Law Giving Trade Secrets Federal Protection

A company’s confidential trade secrets are their most coveted assets and give a company a competitive edge over its competitors.  Such trade secrets may include product specifications and formulas, recipes, computer algorithms, marketing strategies, manufacturing techniques and processes, and unpatented inventions,  to name a  few.  Given t...

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Paul Heintz Recognized for 50 Years of Volunteer Service by American Cancer Society

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP partner Paul C. Heintz was recognized by the American Cancer Society for 50 years of volunteer service. The society acknowledged that “Paul’s contributions and loyalty to the American Cancer Society are without equal. [We] publicly acknowledge and commemorate a significant 50 year milestone of exceptio...

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The Wait is (Almost) Over: New Overtime Regulations Announced

Since March of 2014, HR Legalist has been tracking a big change to the federal overtime rules.  When the preliminary rule was announced last July, the Department of Labor (“DOL”) made it clear that the exemption rules would be significantly narrowed — meaning that millions more employees would be entitled to time-and-a-half overtime...

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Women in Transition - Financial and Legal Game Plan for a Changing World

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FOLLOWING FAMILY LAW BREAKFAST PROGRAM HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

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Will the Preference of the Child Have Any Bearing on a Custody Case?

Pennsylvania family law attorney, Robert Whitelaw, answers the questions: Will the preference of the child have any bearing on a custody case? & Will my child have to be interviewed if a custody matter is heard in court?

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