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Preparing Witnesses

Title:         “Preparing Witnesses” Date:         Thursday, July 23, 2015 Time:        12pm to 1pm Faculty:    Ann T. Greeley, Ph.D., Vice President, DecisionQuest Location:  &nb...

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Same-Sex Marriage is the Law of the Land: What's Next for FMLA Benefits?

FMLA Rights: Earlier this year, HR Legalist announced the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) Final Rule (29 C.F.R. § 825.102) that changed the regulatory definition of “spouse” under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to include all marriages that were lawfully recognized in the place where they were performed, regard...

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Family Law Monthly Breakfast Series: CUSTODY IN PENNSYLVANIA - BEST INTEREST OF THE CHILD

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How do the Courts Handle Life Insurance?

Family lawyer, Amanda Figland, discusses the life insurance issues that can occur in a divorce process. She touches on the negative effects related to child support and alimony if an individual does not have life insurance.

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What to Expect in a Dauphin County Custody Conciliation Conference

All custody actions start with the preparation and filing of a custody complaint; Dauphin County is no exception.  In addition to preparing and filing the custody complaint, the plaintiff to the action must also prepare and file his/her Criminal Record/Abuse History Verification form and a Prior Court Involvement Statement.  These docum...

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NLRB Rules that Racism is a Protected Activity

  Although no one reading this article would disagree with the premise that employers cannot and should not tolerate bigotry from anyone in their workforce, the NLRB apparently thinks otherwise.  In a troubling decision handed down earlier this month, National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) Administrative Law Judge Thomas...

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Obermayer Adds Trusts & Estates Attorney

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP adds Janene B. Reilly to the firm’s trusts & estates practice group. Reilly will reside in the firm’s Philadelphia office. “We are excited to have Janene join our department,” said Trusts & Estates Department Chair Nina B. Stryker. “She is an experienced attorney and ...

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Obermayer Launches Bankruptcy Blog

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP announces the launch of “Commercial Bankruptcy Advisor” – an on-line resource covering current issues and legal developments affecting commercial bankruptcies and litigation. “Our attorneys’ extensive experience helping businesses in their efforts to reorganize both outside o...

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Technology In The Courtroom

Monday, June 22, 2015

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What Can I Do if My Spouse is Not Complying with Court Orders?

In New Jersey, you can file an enforcement application if your spouse fails to comply to the terms of your initial divorce agreement. Attorney Shari Veisblatt explains the details of this application including who pays the counsel fees and the penalties of not complying with the court order.

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