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Family Law Breakfast Series

Obermayer’s Essentials about Divorce and Custody Breakfast Series is a complimentary program designed to introduce and explore legal, financial and emotional topics to people who are considering divorce, going through divorces and need legal guidance and representation, as well as other professionals assisting their clients in these areas. C...

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Spring Cleaning: Out With the Old, In With the New Pennsylvania Withdraws Endorsement 1010 and Introduces Endorsement 1530

Effective April 1, 2015, the Pennsylvania Department of Insurance (DOI) approved the Title Insurance Rating Bureau of Pennsylvania’s (TIRBOP) filing of Pennsylvania Endorsement 1530, along with the withdrawal of Pennsylvania Endorsement 1010. Title endorsements, such as these, provide additions or limitations of coverage attached to title ins...

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Anatomy of a (Big) Employment Verdict: Lessons from the Robertson Case

Last week, a federal jury in Pittsburgh awarded a former manufacturing employee, Sandra Robertson, over $13 million in damages in a gender discrimination and retaliation claim against her former employers, Hunter Panels LLC (“Hunter”) and its parent company (Robertson v. Hunter Panels, LLC et al.).  The bulk of this verdict w...

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How are Retirement Accounts Divided in a Divorce?

In New Jersey, a vehicle used to divide assets is a qualified domestic relations order, or QDRO. In this video, our divorce attorneys discuss the process of drafting a QDRO and the steps involved to make sure it is executed properly.

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Nina Stryker Presents at the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council Ethics Forum

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP partner Nina B. Stryker served as a panelist at the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council Ethics Forum’s, “Managing the End of Life Equation: Financial Issues Plus Ethical Questions.” Held in Philadelphia, the seminar used role play to address ethical considerations when dealing with famil...

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Walter Cohen was interviewed on ABC-27 News on Friday in Harrisburg concerning Attorney General Kathleen Kane

Walter Cohen was interviewed on ABC-27 News on Friday in Harrisburg concerning Attorney General Kathleen Kane. Click here to view the interview.

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“Doc Fix” Signed into Law; 21% Physician Pay Cut Avoided

President Obama has signed the “doc fix” into law, which permanently avoids a 21% pay cut for physicians that was slated to take effect this April. The law received broad bipartisan support, passing in the House of Representatives by a sweeping vote of 392-37 and passing in the Senate by a vote of 92-8.  (Continue reading).

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EEOC Issues Proposed Rule on Employee Wellness Programs and ADA Compliance

On April 20, 2015, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) officially published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) providing guidance to employers as to how they can craft and implement employee wellness programs without violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which generally prohibits employers from making disability-...

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Joseph J. Centeno Elected to Obermayer's Management Committee

Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP partner Joseph J. Centeno was elected unanimously to the firm’s management committee, the firm’s governing body. Centeno is Chairman of the firm’s Labor Relations & Employment Law Department. He has been recognized by Diversity in the Bar Magazine as one of the “Best of the Best...

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What Experts are Available to Assist Me in My Divorce?

We use a wide variety of experts to help us resolve issues that may require assistance of another professional. The video below covers the types of experts we may use including appraisers and forensic accountants. Watch the video below or contact us for more information.

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