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Obermayer Attorneys LaDov, Nasatir, Stryker and Samms Names to this Year's Awesome Attorney List

Obermayer attorneys David Ladov, David Nasatir, Nina Stryker and Gary Samms were selected for inclusion in this year's Awesome Attorneys by Suburban Life Magazine.  They were also featured as the cover story of Suburban Life Magazine's Montgomery County edition in, "It’s an Awesome Year at Obermayer."

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Deadline to Enroll in Health Insurance Coverage Extended through December 24

Along with stocking stuffers and gifts, last-minute Christmas shoppers have another item to put on their list: another chance to purchase health insurance coverage through the Federal Insurance Exchange.  The Obama Administration announced yesterday that consumers seeking health insurance coverage on a Federal Exchange to start on January 1, 2...

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New Gender Equality Notice Issued for New Jersey Employers

The New Jersey Commissioner of Labor and Workforce Development recently issued the official notice poster (the “Notice”) informing employees of their right to be free from gender-based discrimination in pay, compensation, benefits, and other terms and conditions of employment.  The poster is currently available in English and Spani...

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David Nasatir Featured in Philadelphia Business Journal on Keystone Property Group's Conshohocken Project

$200M development deal adopted in Conshohocken Conshohocken Borough Council unanimously approved a new $200 million project that will bring a hotel, office tower and parking garage to Fayette Street, the Main Line Times reported. Click here to read more.

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David Nasatir featured on Main Line Media News on Keystone Property Group's Conshohocken Project

Lower Merion developer's agreement for $200 million plan adopted in Conshohocken CONSHOHOCKEN — A developer’s agreement with Keystone Property Group (KPG) of Lower Merion to build a hotel, an office tower and a parking garage on Fayette Street and a new borough building for police and borough workers was unanimously approved Wednesday ...

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Eight Tips for a Problem-Free Office Holiday Celebration

‘Tis the season for office holiday parties which, unfortunately, are often fraught with labor and employment issues. A wild office party akin to a “Mad Men”-esque soirée may have unfortunate legal consequences for an employer including claims of harassment, discrimination, negligence and other torts. The following tips will...

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The Cloud: Google Apps for Business and HIPAA Compliance

Does your company use Google Apps for Business? Are you a health care provider, health plan, or health care clearinghouse (“Covered Entity” or “Covered Entities”) subject to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”)? If you answered yes to these questions, you may need a business associate...

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Gary Samms, Nina Stryker, David Ladov and David Nasatir featured in Suburban Life Magazine, "It’s an Awesome Year at Obermayer"

It’s an Awesome Year at ObermayerStryker, Samms, Ladov and Nasatir—sounds like a team’s starting lineup and, in a matter of speaking, it is. Much like an all-star team, each player is a success in his or her own right; however, together they are a force to be reckoned with. This team doesn’t compete for individual glory; rather, they fight ...

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Doctrine of Paternity by Estoppel and Child Custody

The doctrine of paternity by estoppel is most often applied in child support cases to either preclude a man who has held the child out as his own from avoiding support of the child after his relationship with the child's mother has ended or to preclude a mother "who held one man out as her child's father from seeking support from another man" at a ...

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Population Care Management – The Future of Health Care: An Interview with John M. Tedeschi, M.D.

John M. Tedeschi, M.D., a New Jersey pediatrician turned health care entrepreneur, admits he is “obsessed” with the ideals of the Affordable Care Act (the “ACA”): (1) increasing the quality of health care, (2) increasing patient access to and satisfaction with health care, and (3) decreasing the costs of health care. “...

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