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Enforcing Restrictive Covenants

Employment Law Attorney, Matthew A. Green, Explains Enforcing Restrictive Covenants.

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An Employer's Responsibilities for Data Breaches and Employee Privacy

Employment Lawyer, Matthew A. Green, Discusses an Employer's Responsibilities for Data Breaches and Employee Privacy.

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What Can Employers Do About Their Employees' Social Media Postings?

Employment Law Lawyer, Ivo Becica, Shares What Employers Can Do About Their Employees' Social Media Postings

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The Importance of Documenting Discharge Decisions

Employment Law Lawyer, Matthew A. Green, Talks About the Importance of Documenting Discharge Decisions.

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How Does Child Custody Law Work in Pennsylvania?

 

 

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Protection of Gender Identity & Sexual Orientation in the Workplace

Obermayer Labor Practice Group Chair, Michael S. Pepperman, Discusses Protection of Gender Identity & Sexual Orientation in the Workplace.

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The Benefits of Good Supervisory Practices, Training & Education

Obermayer Labor Practice Group Chair, Michael S. Pepperman, Discusses the Benefits of Good Supervisory Practices, Training & Education.

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Browning-Ferris: The NLRB Redefines Joint-Employer Status

On August 27, 2015, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) diverged from three decades of precedent by broadening the reach of its joint-employer test in a decision involving Browning-Ferris Industries (“BFI”), a waste management company, and Leadpoint Business Services (“Leadpoint”), a temporary worker or subcontractor (“temp...

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Father Plus Step-Father Equals Happy Bride!

Pennsylvania child custody laws have always favored a parent above a nonparent when awarding physical custody rights. In fact, there is a strong presumption in all custody cases that a parent should be awarded physical custody over a nonparent under any circumstance, except when there is clear and convincing evidence that the child’s best inter...

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Walter Cohen Quoted on TribLive on Kane's Law License Suspension

Walter Cohen Quoted on TribLive on Kane's Law License Suspension. Click here to read the full article.

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